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Stir-Fried Broccoli with Chili-Garlic Sauce

Stir-Fried Broccoli with Chili-Garlic Sauce by John Spottiswood

My father-in-law has become an amazing cook, and he made this as part of our Easter lunch this year with the fabulous pork tenderloin recipe (see linked below). This version isn't gloppy with extra sauce like you find in many Chinese take out places. It's very flavorful but also relatively light and healthful. He made a TON of it,…

18 votes
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Chicken and Veggies Stir Fry, Low Calorie and Super Yummy

Chicken and Veggies Stir Fry, Low Calorie and Super Yummy by Skinny Kitchen with Nancy Fox

Stir frys make a terrific weeknight dinner since they come together really quickly and can be made healthy too. This skinny one is chock full of broccoli, pea pods, carrots, cabbage, onions and lean chicken breasts. The skinny for 1 huge, fiber rich serving, 264 calories, 6 grams of fat and 7 Weight Watchers POINTS PLUS.

2 votes
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Chicken Lettuce Wraps

Chicken Lettuce Wraps by Joanne Weir

This is one of those dishes that I have to order every single time I go to Chinatown and see them on the menu. I love the crunch of the lettuce, the saltiness of the soy sauce, and the sweetness of the oyster sauce. You can substitute turkey, pork or squab with equally delicious results.

56 votes
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MINCED CHICKEN & LAP CHEUNG IN LETTUCE CUPS

MINCED CHICKEN & LAP CHEUNG IN LETTUCE CUPS by Linda Tay Esposito

There are so many versions of Chicken in Lettuce Cups. This recipe features the classic trinity of chicken, lap cheung (Chinese wax sausages) and dried shrimp. If you are in the San Francisco Bay Area, get the Wycen lap cheung (Washington/Stockton or Clement/7th) . They make their sausages locally and offer extra lean 100%…

7 votes
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Japanese Teriyaki Chicken

Japanese Teriyaki Chicken by manabu masuda

Buy a bottle of Teriyaki sauce? NO!! It is amazingly easy to make teriyaki sauce at home. All you need is soy sauce, mirin, and sugar. The key ingredient is mirin, which adds shiny look (teri). You can find mirin in Japanese, Korean or Chinese grocery stores .

11 votes
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Eggplant Szechuan-style

Eggplant Szechuan-style by Amos Miller

Year of the Rooster ! A most Happy and Prosperous and Fortunate New Year to all my Chinese friends! Many years ago - too many - I got a recipe from Chef Rose Cheng that set the basis for this dish. I have always come to this dish for a mid-winter spark. I love eggplant - in all it's manifestations. This dish is one of my…

2 votes
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Vegetarian Asian Noodles

Vegetarian Asian Noodles by Keely Locke

You can add tofu, chicken, pork or shrimp to this dish, as well as any of your favorite veggies. You can substitute peanut butter or almond butter for the tahini, and if you want a spicier dish, you can add more chili-garlic sauce. For a more authentic dish, you can use Chinese egg noodles, udon, soba or dried or fresh ramen noodles.

2 votes
10427 views
Pork Pot Stickers With Honey Chipotle Sauce

Pork Pot Stickers With Honey Chipotle Sauce by Robyn Savoie

Looking to give an Asian appetizer a kick in the derriere? Especially if it's ready in about an hour? Then check this out, pork pot stickers served with honey chipotle sauce.

1 vote
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XINJIANG LAMB MINI PITA POCKETS

XINJIANG LAMB MINI PITA POCKETS by Linda Tay Esposito

On the Silk Road path, the Uyghur cuisine in north western China uses a lot of spices and features goat and lamb dominantly. It's not what one would typically think of as Chinese foods. The Uyghurs also serve most of their dishes with a chewy flatbread that reminds me of bagel just holeless. This Xinjiang Lamb Mini Pita Pockets…

2 votes
12497 views
Orange Portabella and Spinach Rice Bowl

Orange Portabella and Spinach Rice Bowl by Sean Kervin

While living in Japan, I fell in love with the simplicity of the Japanese Rice Bowl. Nothing too complex - it is simply a bowl of Jasmine rice with beef or chicken, some sauce, and if you're lucky, you sometimes get sea weed or a fried egg on top. I have since bastardized the concept - but the foundation of some rice, in a bowl,…

2 votes
6493 views
Cabbage Stir Fry

Cabbage Stir Fry by Nancy Miyasaki

This is a wonderful dish with light but complex flavors. We typically serve this along with another dish as part of a Chinese style meal.

7 votes
4693 views
Oriental Vegetable and Rice Bowl

Oriental Vegetable and Rice Bowl by Julia Ann Souders

Fast cooking at a high temperature is a key to Oriental cuisine. The rapid, minimal cooking helps preserve the flavor, color and texture. If you are serving Italian, Indian, Mexican, U.S. midwestern, southern and southwestern cuisine, here is a change of pace for dinner. Vegetables and meat or without meat can be changed as to what…

1 vote
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Kung Pao Chicken

Kung Pao Chicken by Wayne Ehlers

This recipe is much closer to how Kung Pao chicken is done in China. I don't know why restaurants here in the United States try to "Americanize" it, because most who try this version forget about the others.

3 votes
10557 views
Kung Pao Chicken

Kung Pao Chicken by David Martin

As you may know, my spouse is Chinese and we cook a Chinese dinner once a week. So this week I thought I would highlight his version of the Kung Pao chicken, which is my favorite Chinese dish. This classic Sichuan dish is also known as Kung Bao chicken, Gung Po chicken, and Kung Po chicken in English. It is reportedly named after…

1 vote
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Aloo Gobi-Cauliflower and Potatoes-Indian Style

Aloo Gobi-Cauliflower and Potatoes-Indian Style by shalini

Winter and Aloo Gobi go hand in hand! This wholesome vegetable dish with rotis or paranthas...yum!and then leftovers can be stuffed into paranthas and made sandwiches with...so versatile . An accompaniment to lentil-dals or to lamb or chicken...any which way is good! Mustard oil has a high smoking point like grape seed oil and is…

1 vote
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