Forget the takeout and make a healthy alternative to Chinese Lemon Chicken with this quick, easy, un-fried version of a restaurant favorite.
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.
Ground pork, boldly seasoned with garlic, onion and cinnamon is served with a sweet and sour dipping sauce, steamed rice, lettuce and tomatoes.
An easy and flavorful alternative to traditional pizza, this Thai-style version is made with tender chicken, peanut sauce, carrots, scallions, fresh cilantro and mozzarella cheese.
Spicy jalapeno and chili-garlic sauce, sweet honey and cooling mint combine to make a flavor packed chicken stir-fry.
A quick meal of stir-fried shrimp tossed with spicy tomato-based sauce and served on a bed of cellophane noodles.
Mu Shu Pork is an easy dish to make at home. Thin strips of pork, eggs, cabbage and scallions are stir fried and served in a flour tortilla spread with a sweet and tangy hoisin-based sauce.
Flank steak marinated in mirin, garlic and soy sauce is grilled and served with an Asian-style version of chimichurri sauce.
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.
Flank steak marinated in soy sauce, honey and garlic is grilled and topped with a saucy stir-fry of mushrooms and scallions.
Stir-fried pork with spinach, egg and Korean glass noodles is full of flavor, economical and easy to prepare.
An easy stir-fry of chicken, snow peas, water chestnuts, fresh ginger, garlic and scallions that takes about 30 minutes to prepare.