Cooking for pescatarians? We've got you covered! This Coriander Thai Fish, Peanut Tempeh and Noodle Salad is a fresh and tasty Asian-inspired spread. Menu deliciously sorted!
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CORIANDER THAI FISH
With a fragrant marinade bursting with coriander, garlic and ginger, this white fish recipe is one of our favorites! A winner any night of the week, it pairs well with all your Asian-inspired sides.
Tempeh is the perfect alternative to your traditional meat dishes! This Asian-inspired recipe is flavor-packed and can be used as a main, a side or as the hero atop a salad. Leave enough time to allow the tempeh to marinate trust us, more time = more flavor!
VERMICELLI NOODLE SALAD
A simple, cheap and deliciously fresh salad, this dish uses many of the iconic Vietnamese flavors. Perfect as a side to any Asian-inspired main!
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The lime and pear in the Pinot will bring out the ginger and coriander. Be mindful of how much chili you add to your dish, as large amounts can influence which wine to pair: simple rule if the food is spicy you'll typically need a wine with a bit more sweetness to pair it with.
According to the WWF, almost 30% of fish stocks commercially fished are over-fished. Check out https://www.seafoodwatch.org to learn whether the fish you put on your plate is sustainably caught!
Tempeh, originally from in Indonesia, is produced using whole soybeans to form the cake. Like beer and wine, tempeh is fermented using specifically cultivated baterium to produce the end product.