Your New Favorite Weeknight Dinners
These outside-the-box dishes are so good, you'll probably want to make them on the weekends too.
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The "Sushi" Dinner Anyone Can Make
Rolling your own sushi might be a stretch for many of us—but a sushi bowl? It's way easier than you'd think. This recipe from Gena Hamshaw's new book, Power Plates
, keeps many of the flavors of sushi while omitting the raw fish. The key is the sauce, a sriracha mayonnaise, which pulls all the ingredients together (you simply whisk together mayo, rice vinegar, sriracha sauce, garlic and tamari). Steam some brown rice; spoon it into bowls; and top with cubed tofu; sliced cucumbers, carrots, cabbage, avocado and nori (seaweed sheets, which you can find in most supermarkets) and drizzle with the mayonnaise for a no-stress, Japanese-influenced supper.
Get the recipe: Sushi Bowls