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  • Kung Pao Chicken

    Kung Pao Chicken is the perfect weeknight dinner. Skip the take-out counter and create a healthier version that can be ready in under an hour and the entire family will love it!

  • Chicken and Egg with Black Bean Sauce Stir-Fry

    Show off your stir-frying chops with this delicious, veggie-loaded Chicken and Egg with Black Bean Sauce recipe. This savory and smoky, wok-fried dish is simple enough to whip up for dinner any night of the week, and tastes way better than takeout!

  • Soy Braised Pork Belly with Chinese Steamed Buns

    One of the keys to the deep, savory flavor of the of the braise is what’s known as “thin” or “superior” or “premium” soy sauce. It is also occasionally referred to as light soy sauce—but don’t confuse that with low sodium! Thin soy sauce is actually saltier and lighter in color than regular soy sauce. Buy the buns at your local Chinese market: look in the freezer section for folded, not round, buns.

  • Spicy Garlic Pork Stir Fry

    This spicy garlic pork stir-fry is the perfect weeknight meal. Prep in the morning and when you get home you’re only 35 minutes away from dinner. Flavored with ginger, garlic, soy and packed with tons of fresh vegetables. Serve over rice or eat straight from the pan – the choice is yours!

  • Beef and Broccolini Stir Fry with Rice Noodles

    Using different meats and vegetables in this basic stir fry gives you multiple ways to adapt it. With so many ways to keep it new, this fresh and flavorful stir fry is anything but boring.

  • Salt and Pepper Stir-Fried Shrimp with Asparagus

    Fast, healthful and delicious—it doesn’t get much better than this. Seriously—your dinner will be on the table in 15 minutes. But be warned—it might disappear just as quickly!

  • Ahi Tuna Won Tons with Harissa Sauce

    The crispy won-tons, fried earlier in the day make a delicious base for a spicy appetizer. Choose top grade ahi and you won’t be disappointed. If you are reluctant to offer raw fish, you could sear the ahi before dicing it.

  • Five Spice Pork Loin with Fennel Citrus Salad

    There’s something special about the mingling of warm meat in cool crisp salad. This one brings Asian influences with the meat marinade, resting within the fresh vibrance of citrus and shaved vegetables. It’s also great to serve cold, so you can prepare the meat a day ahead for the flavors to develop even further.

  • Spicy Hoisin Chicken and Cashew Stir-Fry

    For a fast, healthful and complete meal, serve this over fast cooking brown rice or white rice.

  • Aromatic Chicken and Cashew Salad

    Coconut milk, fresh cilantro and basil add a bright fragrance to this Asian influenced chicken salad.

  • Pork Stir-Fry with Peppers, Carrots, and Sugar Snaps

    In just minutes, you can have this tasty, crowd-pleasing meal on the table. Serve it over rice and it makes a complete, well-balanced meal—in well under 30 minutes.

  • Manhattan Sesame-Hoisin Pulled Pork Sliders

    Whether you’re in San Francisco, Manhattan, or even London, Chinatown means lively streets crammed with friendly crowds and splendid aromas, and shops filled with exotic ingredients and hardworking merchants. From Shanghai to Chicago, the pleasing flavors of sesame and hoisin belong with pork.

  • Chinese Chicken Salad

    Make this ahead by preparing the dressing and salad parts separately. Keep the salad refrigerated until ready to toss with the dressing and serve.

  • Steamed Pork and Prawn Dim Sum

    A traditional Chinese appetizer or banquet dish, these dim sum are steamed in wonton wrappers and filled with pork, prawns, carrots and seasonings.

  • Shrimp, Cashew and Noodle Lettuce Parcels

    Asian noodles, prawns and vegetables are given a sweet salty sauce and spooned into crisp lettuce leaves to enjoy with the hands. A wonderful dish to enjoy with a French Sancerre or Alsatian Dry Riesling.

  • Oyster Spring Rolls

    A twist on the usual Spring Roll, much celebrated for Chinese New Year and often served at Dim Sum in the US and UK, or Yum Cha, as it is known in Australia.

  • Hoisin Glazed Australian Lamb Shoulder Chops with Stir Fry Noodles

    Australian lamb shoulder chops are glazed with hoisin sauce, braised in an orange juice, soy and ginger and garlic sauce, then tossed with Cellophane noodles, stir fried asparagus and snap peas.

  • Hoisin Ginger Glazed Chicken

    This sweet and salty chicken is a real crowd-pleaser. Make the glaze a day or two ahead and keep refrigerated. The chicken may also be cooked 1-2 days in advance through step #2. Just before serving, re-heat the chicken on the grill pan (or outdoor grill); glaze it in the final two minutes of cooking.

  • Garden Chicken Stir Fry & Confetti Rice

    Treat your family to fresh and healthy fare with this classic chicken stir fry with your choice of fresh vegetables.