The Twin Dragon Asian Wrapper Blogger Challenge required just that…creative, innovative, and adventurous recipes using their Twin Dragon Wonton, Egg Roll, and Gyoza Wrappers.
This Key Lime Pie To-Go is a perfect balance of sweet & tart with a little crunch from the layers of natural, artisan granola.
This new summer cocktail meets all the requirements–it’s served over ice, fizzy from the champagne, citrus-y from limoncello, and thanks to Cape Cod Select Cranberries, it’s deliciously sweet & tart.
These flatbreads are made on puff pastry with cranberry pickled onions, turkey, arugula, feta cheese, and a cranberry balsamic glaze. By cutting the flatbreads into small wedges, they make a perfect addition to any party menu!
The end result…a almond flour shortbread sandwich cookie that was filled with a creamy blend of cream cheese, butter, Steviva blend, and a few cranberries for color and flavor.
a Kale & Quinoa Spaghetti Salad that is colorful, filling, tasty, healthy, and perfect for lunch, dinner, or even a picnic!
When given the opportunity to play with a familiar ingredient or recipe and turn it into something completely different, I get super excited. I’ve always loved taking the traditional, the familiar, and creating something new. The Twin Dragon Asian Wrapper Blogger Challenge required just that…creative, innovative, and adventurous recipes using their Twin Dragon Wonton, Egg …
The original version of this recipe used 1/2 c. sugar and a ton of chocolate chips. By replacing the sugar with Allulose and the chocolate chips with unsweetened baking chocolate and Allulose, we were able to cut the sugar content to zero.
For my Cranberry Chicken Salad Purses, I added thawed Cape Cod Select cranberries to my chicken salad with pecans, stuffed it inside a puff pastry square, and let the oven do the rest.
…a soup rich in Southern tradition, even though it looks quite Asian…a Southern Fusion Udon Noodle Soup featuring brown sugar-bourbon braised pork belly, fresh collard greens, green onions, and a rich mushroom-soy broth.