Asian recipes - Asian cuisine from MyGourmetConnection
Served Vietnamese-style over rice with sliced tomato and cucumber, this quick and easy stir-fry is made with boneless chicken thighs, garlic, ginger, scallions and a sweet-and-salty sauce made with fish sauce and honey.
A bowl of ramen noodles topped with fresh ingredients and a steaming garlic-ginger chicken broth makes a soul-satisfying meal for anyone who enjoys Asian-inspired flavors.
Restaurant-style sesame crusted tuna is a quick and easy dish to make at home and requires just a handful of ingredients. Serve with fresh salad greens, steamed rice and soy sauce and wasabi for dipping.
A flavorful, Thai-style flatbread made with bite-sized pieces of tender chicken, peanut sauce, carrots, scallions, fresh cilantro and mozzarella cheese.
An Asian-style pesto made with cilantro, basil, garlic and ginger is a perfect complement to quick-cooking, pan-seared salmon fillets.
Fried rice is a quick, easy dish to make at home, provided you have cooked your rice in advance. This recipe uses chicken thighs, but pork or shrimp would be equally delicious.
Drizzled with a bit of silky brown sauce, our version of this classic Chinese-style omelet includes shrimp, shredded cabbage, bean sprouts and scallions.
Store-bought wonton wrappers and a tasty filling made from shrimp, pork, cabbage, garlic and soy sauce make a lighter, tender version of this Chinese takeout favorite.
Tender lettuce leaves filled with a spicy-sweet combination of shrimp, shredded cabbage and bean sprouts make a light, healthy meal.
This simple, homemade version of traditional Pad Thai can be made using common supermarket ingredients.
An easy, Thai-style curry made with tender, bite-sized pieces of turkey cutlets, fresh kale, red bell pepper, basil, scallions, coconut milk and store-bough Thai red curry paste.
This simple Vietnamese ground pork dish is a uniquely delicious combination of sweet and salty flavors and varying temperatures and textures.