Find 13 recipes inspired by the cuisines of Japan, Korea and Indonesia including sesame-crusted tuna, tonkatsu, soba noodles, ramen and more.
This tasty stir-fry recipe combines lo mein noodles with flank steak, fresh ginger, garlic, scallions, hoisin and a touch of five-spice powder to make a quick, easy one-dish dinner.
This simple rice bowl recipe is topped with tender chicken and a silky Korean-inspired sauce made with mushrooms, garlic, scallions and egg.
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.
An Asian-style pesto made with cilantro, basil, garlic and ginger is a perfect complement to quick-cooking, pan-seared salmon fillets.
A simple marinade made with lemongrass, garlic and fish sauce lends bold, Asian-inspired flavor to quick-cooking salmon fillets.
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.
Japanese soba noodles combine with an easy stir-fry of chicken, shiitake mushrooms, cabbage and scallions.
A popular Japanese dish of crispy, shallow-fried pork cutlets, served over shredded cabbage and topped with a distinctive, sweet sauce.
Our oven-roasted pulled pork combined with Korean-style sauce, fresh cilantro and quick cucumber-jalapeno pickles makes a delicious filling for soft tacos.
This traditional Indonesian recipe uses cloves, nutmeg and tomatoes to add spicy, pungent flavors to stir-fried squid.