Skip the takeout and whip up this fast and easy honey garlic shrimp. Your tastebuds and your wallet will thank you.
Tender seared beef, buttery leeks, and crunchy peanuts collide to make this easy weeknight meal.
These spicy Cantonese-inspired salt and pepper pork chops are so easy to make that they’re securing a permanent spot in our weeknight rotation.
No need to hover over a grill for these sweet and spicy pork ribs. Marinate them overnight, toss them in the oven and you’re done.
These easy salmon fillets are smothered in a miso, sugar, and rice vinegar glaze, and will have you singing the praises of your air fryer. Just in case you haven’t been doing enough of that lately.
These crispy, crunchy, sesame seed-laden Chinese cookies are the perfect afternoon pick-me-up. See for yourself.
Boiled broccolini just got a whole lot more interesting thanks to a tahini, garlic, and lemon sauce.
The easy-peasy ginger scallion sauce that adorns these broiled fish fillets is our new go-to dinner condiment.
Everybody loves a quick weeknight dinner that uses what you’ve got on hand—pull out those languishing veggies and whip up a satisfying stir fry!
This flour-free fried bird is contrary to everything we know about fried chicken. Or think we know. That’s exactly what makes it so darn genius.
A bowlful of crispy tofu and peanut sauce-soaked rice makes a terrific dinner that’s satisfying and full of healthy bits and bobs.
Beef curry by way of Burma. That is to say, beef infused with ginger, coconut milk, chiles, turmeric, cilantro, and basil. Universally appealing.
An Asian flavored soup that’s also pretty healthy and incredibly tasty. What else could you ask for? Dairy-free and full of mushrooms? It’s all here.
Vegan fried rice filled with so many healthy, tasty ingredients you’ll feel fantastic about eating it. And get a load of those groovy pineapple bowls!
A richly flavored, sweet, and savory tofu dish that will make a tofu-lover out of anyone. It’s true–be prepared to share.
A sweet, salty, and spicy eggplant dish that’s even better than takeout. Brining then frying in a blazing hot wok gives it a spectacular finish.
In Thai cooking, cilantro root is used to liven up dishes with a peppery and aromatic flavor. If you think it sounds good, just wait until you taste it slathered all over grilled chicken.
Street food at its finest. This is the real deal, straight from Malaysia by way of this recipe and your local Asian grocery store.
A cinch to make, this steak requires just a quick dunk in a marinade made from ingredients you already have on hand. Then it’s slapped on the grill. Dinner, anyone?
Say hello to the most failproof way we know to get everyone to eat their veggies—and just about anything else you can dip or dunk or douse.