Today marks the start of Lunar New Year 2021, so I’d like to wish those who celebrate it a very Happy New Year!
If you’re still looking for what to serve for dinner tonight, let me suggest Noodles with Salmon
If you don’t feel like making your own noodles, you can even substitute them with spaghetti. Don’t do anything differently for the sauce, though. It’s the best sauce ever known to mankind, or womankind, namely, me aka moi aka myself. Check it out here → Soy Sauce Garlic Butter Noodles with Salmon.
Then, as soon as dinner is over, start the process of making Sourdough Bomboloni. They take about 2 days to make. Uh-huh! But they’re special, for Valentine’s Day, so you wouldn’t mind going the extra mile. Your Valentine will appreciate it, I’m sure.
I’ll try to put up the recipe soon… ish. It all depends on whether or not I have enough energy left after shoveling snow off my driveway. What weather we’ve had this week!
Now Check Out These Fabulous Recipes:
“This cake is just perfect for Valentine’s Day. It’s got to be chocolate, with something red on it!” — Angie
“I just bought a 2-pound bag of jumbo shrimp, destined for a recipe like this one. The son would appreciate this.” — Angie
“This salad makes my mouth water! I’ve been trying to make this, but every store is out of pomelo, darn! Maybe I should just go with oranges. Then add some of the jumbo shrimp ↑ mentioned up there.” — Angie
“Pancakes never look so gorgeous! And so easy to make, just put everything in a blender, and voila, you have your pancake batter. Easy peasy lemon squeezy!” — Angie
Now, let’s party! Join Fiesta Friday #367 by adding your link(s). Don’t forget to link your post to FiestaFriday.net so you can be featured.
If you’re interested in becoming a cohost, please let me know.
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Of Goats and Greens says
I’ll volunteer for the last week in March, as a co-host. Meanwhile, I am happy to celebrate Lunar New Year this month with everything I post this month being East or Southeast Asian recipes. Trying to hop around… I think we need an OX in our lives! (Even if I don’t really believe in the astrology – why not?)
Thanks so much, I’ll pencil you in! After a year of not posting any recipe post, I’m happy to have 2 brand new noodle-y posts just in time for the Lunar New Year. My life would have been a lot easier with an ox around. Maybe not, lol. But maybe it can shovel snow for me ?
Miz Helen says
Hope you are having a good week and thanks so much for the party!
You’re welcome. You have a great weekend, Miz Helen! XO
Thank you so much for featuring my Double Chocolat Raspberry Cake! I was thrilled to see here when I visited your party this morning! ❤️
I’d love it if you’d share some of your delicious creations at my Sundays on Silverdo link party, too!
Niky @ The House on Silverado
You’re welcome. That cake looks amazing! Thanks for the invitation; I’ll be sure to join this week! XO
Kate - Gluten Free Alchemist says
I really miss good Chinese food. Unless we make it ourselves, it is one of cuisines that is really impossible for Coeliacs because of the soy sauce… and there are so few GF restaurants in the UK. I’m definitely coveting your noodles though and wondering how easy it would be to make them GF.
Thank you so much for featuring my pancakes… The blender will definitely be out again next week (if not before) xx
Oh, you poor thing! We really should raise more awareness on the need for more GF choices in restaurants. Thankfully for these noodles, though, I think you can use GF flour successfully. You’ll lose some of the chewy texture, but I’m sure you’ll get pretty good result. I’ve seen some GF egg noodles around. Or you can sub with vegetable noodles, that would be pretty awesome. The blender pancakes are such a great idea.
Jhuls | The Not So Creative Cook says
Ahhh! The Chinese New Year makes me wanna eat Chinese food. The noodles really look amazing, Angie. And the Sourdough Bombolini, too. Have a lovely weekend!♥️
Thanks, Jhuls! We’re getting Chinese takeout tonight. It’s a working day for me, so no cooking ? I’ll be making more bomboloni on Sunday, for my Valentines – husband and kids ?
Dee | Grammy's Grid says
Thanks so much for hosting! I’m linking up with my first RVers Linkup. Looking for blog posts about adventures, tips, and experiences RVing through the United States, Canada, and Mexico.
That sounds interesting. Always wanted to try RVing. My sister said it was lots of fun; she and my BIL took their children RVing in New Zealand (or was it Australia, can’t remember).
Melynda Brown says
Wow, everything looks wonderful! I think all this time at home is making us better cooks! It sure shows here…have a great week ahead.
You’re so right. Being a blogger, in itself, makes me a better cook. The more you do something, the better you are at it. Have a great week!
I can’t wait to try your noodles, and the sauce sounds like my slice of foodie heaven!
What features! I am hungry now! 🙂
Happy Fiesta Friday!
You really must try it, Petra, it’s that good!! Let me know how you like it. Have a great week and stay warm; it’s icy here, brr…
GREAT party as always. Thank you for the inspiring ideas and recipes. I brought my PICKLED DEVILED EGGS, COWGIRL KISSES with RASPBERRY CHIPOTLE SAUCE and RUSTIC SAVORY HAM & CHEESE QUICHE to the party. Have a WONDERFUL week.
Thanks, Tamy! XO
Morsels of Life | CJ Huang says
Those noodles with salmon look so full of yum! Thanks for hosting us. 🙂 I brought by some Dátiles Con Tocino (Bacon Wrapped Dates). Hope you enjoy!
Thanks, CJ. Love those bacon wrapped dates!