This Feta Bulgur Wheat Salad with Lemon Sirloin Steak is one of our latest grilled meals. Lean cuts of sirloin steak are grilled and then finished with a drizzle of grilled lemon juice. The steaks are thinly sliced and served over a salad made from Hodgson Mill Bulgur Wheat with Soy, tomatoes, cucumbers and feta cheese. Bulgur wheat is whole wheat that’s been precooked (steamed) then dried and cracked. Hodgson Mill’s version helps give these whole grains a hearty 10 grams of protein per serving which means that a little bit of meat in this meal will go a long way since there’s plenty of additional protein in the salad. Read More »
Did you know the recommended serving size for meat is only a few ounces? Think about seeing a steak that size of a few matchboxes on your plate – that’s just disappointing. I love this recipe because it supplements a smaller amount of high-quality steak with fresh baby spinach, a creamy sauce made with lots of meltingly soft onions, mustard, garlic, and blue cheese, and springy, nutty-tasting, al dente Hodgson Mill Whole Wheat Bow Tie Pasta. Suddenly, one good steak can satisfy three or four people. Read More »
This soup is beautiful. I don’t think there is another word for it. Clean, fresh, refreshing . . . those come close. I think it’s the combination of the aromatic, zingy ginger and the gentle but persistent heat of the chili flakes and green onions butting up against the fresh veggies and cilantro, the substantial Hodgson Mill Whole Wheat Egg Noodles, and lots of good-quality vegetable broth. The slices of sirloin steak on top are an enticing contrast, more of a tasty garnish than the main event. I think if you took any one piece of the equation away, it might all fall apart.
I know it might seem a little odd to use egg noodles in this soup; maybe you were expecting rice noodles, like a vietnamese pho. But I think white rice noodles are just filler. The combination of whole wheat and a touch of egg add just the right amount of body to the soup, which doesn’t otherwise have a lot of fat. I love biting into the soft noodles along with a slightly crisp carrot or slice of squash. These noodles are just as good in this slightly exotic dish as they are in a comforting chicken noodle soup. Read More »