Sometimes there’s a global pandemic, and you’re stuck at home wishing you could be traveling across the globe experiencing all the world’s cultures and flavors. Other times, you simply aren’t in a position to travel. Either way, being at home when all you want to do is fly across the world is hard.
You won’t be stuck at home forever, but until you’re able to travel, try spicing up your menu with flavors from around the world. Bring those countries and cultures into your own kitchen. It’s easy!
1. Vegetable Pho
Pho is a Vietnamese soup dish that you can easily make at home. The term “pho” (pronounced fuh) actually refers to the noodles, not the soup itself. This delicious Vegetable Pho is filled with bright spices and fresh flavors. Serve this soup with rice noodles, mushrooms, soft-boiled eggs, and Sky Valley Sriracha Sauce.
2. Korean BBQ Chicken Bowls
Head over to Korea with these tasty BBQ chicken bowls. Marinate boneless, skinless chicken thighs in Sky Valley Korean BBQ Sauce overnight to infuse it with flavor. This Korean BBQ Sauce is a perfect combination of sweet, spicy and tangy flavors. Pair it with crunchy cabbage, shredded carrots, creamy avocado and zippy green onions for a delicious bowl.
3. 15-Minute Pad Thai
Pad Thai that’s ready in just 15 minutes! Rice noodles sautéed with bell pepper, bean sprouts, garlic, peanuts, scallions and eggs then tossed with Sky Valley Thai Peanut Sauce. A must save for weeknight dinners. If you love flavorful Thai food, then you are going to love this simple Pad Thai recipe.
4. White Bean Enchiladas
Travel to Mexico with these tasty White Bean Enchiladas. These enchiladas are a dish of cheesy goodness. Traditional enchiladas have fish, but we’ll opt for a plant-forward option with a white bean filling doused in Sky Valley Green Enchilada Sauce and covered in melty cheese.
5. Teriyaki Chicken and Broccoli Bowls
Eat your protein and vegetables with a delicious teriyaki dish. Teriyaki is a cooking technique used in Japanese cuisine in which foods are broiled or grilled with a glaze. These Teriyaki Chicken and Broccoli Bowls are filled with sweet teriyaki flavor and topped with slightly crunchy cooked broccoli.