Crunchy Bang Bang Shrimp has a multitude of uses. You can put it in a taco, on a salad, next to rice, or mixed in with pasta. The fried shrimp is tasty on its own, but when you add the sweet-spicy sauce, it takes the crustaceans to the next level. Even timid seafood eaters will love Bang Bang Shrimp; it’s explosively good twice over!
The best salads have a crunch that you can hear for miles. Ramen Noodle Salad has that in spades! Fresh garden cabbage and crisp almonds provide some of the crunchiness, but the true satisfaction comes from the ramen noodles, which have an even better crackle than croutons. Ramen Noodle Salad is coated in a savory, tangy dressing that's seasoned with all of your favorite Asian-fusion flavors. It only takes 20 minutes to make this salad, so get ready to crunch into greatness!
Put a (citrus) twist on traditional orange chicken! Chinese Lemon Chicken has the same sweetness, tang, and savory flavor as its more well-known counterpart, but with a sharper, zestier, and slightly sweeter sauce that will get your tastebuds dancing! Chinese Lemon Chicken can be ladled over rice, which is perfect for making sure you catch every drop of this fantastic sauce. This is the new gold standard for home-cooked Asian cuisine that's actually golden in color!
Char Siu is a Chinese style of barbecued pork renowned for its gorgeous red color and its unbelievable taste. The pork is fatty, meaty, and savory, and the taste is elevated by the sweet, tangy, and garlicky marinade. Char Siu rewards patience and preparation with pork that blows other barbecue dishes out of the water and makes enough so you can enjoy the leftovers for days afterward. You can eat this over fried or white rice, but you'll be immediately tempted to eat it on its own.
On the list of iconic global dishes, Pork Fried Rice is right up at the top! Just a taste explains why: fluffy rice infused with savory, tangy soy, nutty sesame flavors, and juicy bites of pork. With notes of brightness from garden vegetables and bits of scrambled egg, Pork Fried Rice is a true festival of flavors. Best of all, you can make this in just 30 minutes, so you never need to wait for delivery again. You can serve Pork Fried Rice as a side or as the main course... it's so delicious and versatile it can work as either!
Few things are more satisfying than chicken dredged in Thai-style peanut sauce; the sauce is unctuous, rich, nutty, and almost creamy, with a beautiful blend of spices that brings out the best in the savory chicken. Thai Chicken Casserole makes enjoying these delicious flavors even simpler, transforming it into an easy casserole with juicy poultry, bright carrots, and sweet red peppers. With creamy mozzarella on top, Thai Chicken Casserole is a delicious new entry to your weeknight dinner plans.
You can find Szechuan Chicken on any Chinese menu no matter where you go. But now you can find the best Szechuan Chicken in your very own kitchen, no menu required! The sweet and spicy sauce that defines this dish is memorable and mouth-wateringly good, whether it's coating the savory chicken or the bright and hot peppers. The only takeaway you'll need from this recipe is taking the dishes away after they've been licked clean.
Bring this Asian restaurant favorite home with a flavorful, easy-to-follow recipe for Slow Cooker Asian Beef & Broccoli. The key to this dish is slow-cooked beef that cooks for up to 4 hours. Add in the broccoli at the end so the veggie steams but retains its crispness and you’ve got a tangy, sweet and savory meal in one dish. Serve Slow Cooker Asian Beef & Broccoli over jasmine rice, and take a break from takeout.
Some dinners transport you to faraway places. In the delicious case of Coconut Shrimp and Rice, this meal whisks you away to a tropical beach at sunset, the perfect winter retreat. The tropical, creamy flavor of the coconut blends with the natural sweetness of the shrimp, all atop a bed of fresh rice. Sit back, relax, and let the waves of flavor wash over you.
Lion's Head Chinese Meatballs get their name from their distinctive, lion-head-like shape. They're a popular comfort food around Chinese New Year's, but they are of course enjoyed at any time of the year. Filled with tangy, sweet, and savory flavors and topped with a magnificent sweet soy sauce, Lion's Head Chinese Meatballs have a celebratory taste that will get you excited for whatever the new year holds!