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Beef Lo Mein is a classic Chinese takeout that you can make at home without waiting for delivery. The noodles are tender, the sauce is sweet and tangy, and the beef is savory; exactly what you’d hope for when you pick up a menu! With fresh vegetables and plenty of flavor, Beef Lo Mein is truly too good to turn down. Plus it only takes 20 minutes to make, so you can actually beat delivery in a race to get dinner on the table!

Posted: September 30
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Mongolian Beef actually has its origin in Taiwanese Mongolian Barbeque, which has nothing to do with either Mongolia or barbeque. Slow Cooker Mongolian Beef takes the stir-fried, sweet, sour, and savory flavors of the traditional dish and makes it easy. With just 10 minutes of prep time, you can have Slow Cooker Mongolian Beef and its tangy, salty, slightly spicy sauce made essentially for you. Nothing says welcome home than seeing this meal ready to eat!

Posted: November 25
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Have your salads been a bit limp and lackluster lately? This Grilled Chicken Ramen Salad will bring you out of the slump with a very crunchy, Asian-inspired dish. The ramen noodles are slightly toasted, so they maintain their texture, and fresh snow peas and crumbled bacon add to that. Add the tangy vinaigrette to your Grilled Chicken Ramen Salad and you have a lunch worth closing your work computer for.

Posted: August 20
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Chinese Chicken Salad is like the fusion of coleslaw, Asian takeout, and chicken salad, and is better than all of them! The cabbage is crispy, fresh, and makes a perfect platform for the shredded chicken, hearty edamame, and juicy bright oranges. The dressing alone is sweet and tangy with just a little heat for added excitement! Chinese Chicken Salad is crunchy and captivating, and can be made in just 20 minutes!

Posted: September 3
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Peanut Butter Chicken lets you skip waiting on Asian takeout and enjoy the sweet and salty flavors of savory chicken in a rich peanut sauce. That homemade sauce is truly the star of the show; it’s made of creamy peanut butter, meaty chicken stock, honey, and spices for an incredible edible experience. This sauce elevates the chicken to an unmatched level of flavor and juiciness! Pair this delicious Peanut Butter Chicken with steamed broccoli and rice for a delicious and filling meal.

Posted: August 11
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Cashew Chicken demonstrates how a few simple ingredients mixed together can bring out the best in each other. The sweetness and umami of the glaze bring out the savory flavors of the chicken. The nuttiness of the cashews brings out the sweetness of the glaze, and the tenderness of the chicken emphasizes the crunch of the nuts. It's a positive loop of flavors you'll be positively delighted to eat!

Posted: December 21
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They say the first bite is with the eyes. If that's the case, then the orange-gold glaze of Honey Sesame Chicken has a first bite that can only be beaten by the second bite—actually tasting it! The sticky, tangy, sweet sauce that coats the savory chicken is gorgeous beyond compare, especially with the buttery, nutty notes of the sesame. Honey Sesame Chicken is a quick and crispy dinner that you can whip up in a flash. It only takes a few moments to make this masterpiece of taste!

Posted: December 16
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Takeout is time-consuming, expensive, and often arrives only lukewarm. 20-Minute Kung Pao Chicken, on the other hand, is speedy, affordable, and always warm. Who would think of ordering out when this is on the menu? The tender chicken is marinated in a scrumptious sauce with distinctly tangy, sweet, and savory notes.Mixed with fresh, flavorful stir fry veggies for a perfectly balanced meal, 20 Minute Kung Pao Chicken is so tasty, you won’t have to worry about what to do with your leftovers — it’ll be gone in no time!

Posted: January 25
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Galbi Jjim refers to a delicious braised short rib from Korea, usually reserved for special occasions. It certainly tastes like a special occasion! You can cut Galbi Jjim with a fork, it’s just that tender. Braised in soy sauce, garlic, and Asian pear, this dish has notes of fruity sweetness, savory tang, and mellow earthiness. Cooked alongside hearty potatoes and mushrooms, this is a full meal in one dish, one that you’ll make over and over again.

Posted: August 6
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We can't get over how much we love the sauce for Thai Basil Beef! It's deeply savory and smoky-sweet, with a citrus tang and just the right amount of spice. Combined with aromatic basil and garlic flavors, this sauce isn't just a coating for perfectly browned beef—it's practically a tuxedo! Thai Basil Beef takes less than half an hour to make, but you'll savor every minute it's on your plate.

Posted: October 29