When I’m short on time I like to make this healthier version of Kung Pao Chicken, which has less sodium and oil than takeout. If you like yours spicier then add extra Sriracha or chili paste.
Symbolizing longevity and health, noodles are always left whole. Breaking or cutting a long strand of noodles is considered bad luck. Nourish a long life with a longevity noodles dish. The longer the noodle, the longer the life, as Chinese legend dictates, so be sure to slurp instead of cutting or breaking them.
The lightly sweet and nutty sesame sauce makes a great summer dish that is perfect for additions like grilled chicken, salmon, or extra vegetables.
These noodle bowls are so versatile. You can make them with beef, chicken or pork. This recipe uses marinated pork.
The types of vegetables you can use in this salad is very flexible.
Serve as an appetizer, a finger food, or part of a meal, these spring rolls are cooked in an air fryer for a healthier alternative to deep frying.
Staying on healthy eating track is easy with this excellent make-ahead bowl.
Kung Pao Chicken (Gong Bao or Kung Po) is a delicious stir-fried chicken dish made with chunks of chicken, peanuts, vegetables, and chili peppers swimming in a silky Chinese sauce.
Beef sautéed with fresh broccoli and coated in a sweet and savory sauce is a classic dish that’s so easy to make.
A Fried Rice Salad That You’re Going To Love! Keep flavor powerhouses like ground ginger and nutty sesame oil on hand to whip up quick weeknight meals. Store sesame oil in the refrigerator to keep it fresher longer. Let it sit at room temperature for a few minutes before using.