They're then served over a bed of cantaloupe, mango, crushed ice and topped with a white peach syrup.
So it's a bit like those jello molds in the fruit in them, only kind of just mixed together, and, also, there's algae involved.
If that's too scary or if you take one bite and realize ramen and ice cream doesn't go together like peanut butter and jelly, the dessert shop's menu has something for everyone to walk away happy with.
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This Thai-style dish isn't so difficult to make. It’s literally a “one-pot-meal.” Perfect for the weekends when you know you don’t feel like cooking an elaborate meal, but still want something delicious.
An essential ingredient in Japanese cooking, mirin is a sweet rice wine that makes a wonderful addition to marinades, sauces and glazes. Combined with soy sauce, onion and garlic, it adds fabulous flavor to this recipe for grilled strip steaks. Serve with our Scallion-Kale Ramen for a simple, complete dinner with a Japanese flair.
The broth was rich and fragrant without overpowering the veggies and all together it was a surprisingly lite meal that was still hearty. It came together in about 30 minutes with minimal clean up, which adds to the probability of this dish becoming a regular main event.