Our Asian Pearl Barley Salad is a great alternative to traditional asian salads, filled with ramen noodles and even more sodium. This recipe calls for Tamari which is a lower sodium option to soy sauce. The crunch from the sesame seeds, carrots and red cabbage make this dish so refreshing and satisfying especially as a summer treat. Edamame is a legume, 1/2 cup of them a per day really punches up the fiber, protein and vitamin/mineral content of your diet. Not to mention other nutritional benefits.
Who ever needs a reason to justify their love for fried rice? Especially if it’s a delicious mix of ginger, ginger and onions? What if we told you there is a way to have Chinese food but with added goodness, little guilt and even more flavor? How about with the nutritional benefits of barley? Try our twist on a classic recipe for healthy fried rice!
Love the taste of Chicken Curry, but worried it'll be too hard to make yourself? Chicken Curry has a certain stigma associated with it. People often think it involves a long process and a crazy list of ingredients that often sounds like a doctors script. Well know you can enjoy the exotic flavors for Chicken Curry right from your own kitchen! We have discovered an amazing easy slow cooker recipe that you can set and forget. The true meaning of EASY. YUMMY. GOOD. The flavors in this dish are light, flavorful and dairy free.
If you love easy and yummy dishes in the slow cooker check out our No Peak Chicken Recipe.
No Peek Chicken is a classic recipe that is traditionally made in the oven. Who has time for that anymore? This classic dish usually incorporates minute rice but not here at Mochi Mugi, we have you covered. Our recipe will leave you saying " Wow that was easy, yummy, and incredibly good for you. You don't have to wait...make it today! We bet you have all the ingrediants in your pantry already.
Are you craving food with some Asian flair but trying to avoid the high calories that come with take-out meals? We have a delicious ground turkey and green bean recipe that has the rich aromatics of garlic, ginger and onions.
Wondering how to make chicken fried rice less bad for you?
I honestly don't know who orders white rice when fried is on the table - aside from those of you who like to be somewhat healthier. Okay, I guess that's a lot of us, but that doesn't mean we can't go there every once in awhile.
With this recipe, we take a LOT of the guilt out of this otherwise guilty pleasure, becuase we replace the rice with Mochi Mugi pearled barley!