Chinese

A wok filled with authentic General Tso's chicken with a knife and sliced scallions on the side.

Authentic General Tso’s Chicken

Skip the takeout and make this authentic spicy sweet and sour General Tso’s chicken at home. It’s infinitely better than anything you’ll get delivered.

Several seared salt and pepper pork chops topped with a scallion and pepper mixture on a platter with a spoon resting on the side.

Salt and Pepper Pork Chops

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.

Individual Asian sticky ribs on a baking sheet topped with sliced chile, scallions, and sesame seeds

Asian Sticky Ribs

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.

A stack of sesame crisps on a cutting board

Sesame Crisps

These crispy, crunchy, sesame seed-laden Chinese cookies are the perfect afternoon pick-me-up. See for yourself.

Sticky pork ribs cut into individual ribs on a piece of parchment with a knife.

Sticky Pork Ribs

Sweet. Sour. Sticky. It’s a trifecta of sorts that will not fail you, especially when slathered on ribs grilled low and slow. Uh, pass the napkins, please.

Two flaky ribbon pancakes on a white cloth, scattered with scallions and sesame seeds, with dipping sauce on the side.

Flaky Ribbon Pancakes

Layers of flaky pastry make these pancakes irresistible. Ideal for ripping, tearing, and sharing.

A glass bowl filled with dumpling dipping sauce with pieces of scallion and cilantro floating in it and scattered around the jar.

Dumpling Dipping Sauce

When you want something with more flavor than just soy sauce, let this dipping sauce liven up anything Asian-inspired. Grilled veg, seafood, potstickers, it’s all good.

A person holding a platter of fried pork dumplings and bowl of dipping sauce.

Fried Pork Dumplings

Call them fried pork dumplings, Chinese dumplings, or even potstickers. Whatever you do, don’t call them difficult to make. So much easier to make than you’d ever imagine.

A white plate full of dry fried green beans with crumbled pork and a pair of chopsticks on the side.

Dry-Fried Green Beans

Your fave Sichuan restaurant meal at home. Finally. Time to experience the beauty of wok cooking delivering levels of intense flavor in just a few minutes.

A white bowl filled with stir-fried lettuce, topped with sesame seeds on a white wooden surface.

Stir-Fried Lettuce

Stir-fried lettuce. Not what you were thinking about doing with that head of romaine languishing in the fridge? Think again.

A white bowl filled with Hakka eggplant, garnished with fresh basil.

Hakka Eggplant

Tender eggplant covered in a deeply flavored Hakka sauce that’s ready in a snap. Eating your veggies has never been so rewarding.

A black dish filled with spicy tofu with peanuts.

Spicy Tofu with Peanuts

Adored by vegans and even meat-eaters, spicy tofu with peanuts is a flavor bomb that comes together FAST.

An oval ceramic platter topped with Sichuan pepper prawns and bamboo sticks crossed over the top of them.

Sichuan Peppercorn Prawns

“A flavor bomb.” That’s what we’re heaing about these dry-fried Sichuan peppercorn prawns that are packed with flavor, crazy quick to get on the table, and impossible to forget.

Hoisin-glazed duck shanks on a wire rack and one on a plate with a jar of honey beside it.

Hoisin-Glazed Duck Shanks

Our testers are smitten with these hoisin-glazed duck shanks—yes, duck shanks—that are gonna astonish you at just how sophisticated they taste yet how simple they are to make.

The components for Peking mushroom pancakes in individual dishes on a table.

Peking Mushroom Pancakes

Usually considered restaurant fare, these vegetarian Peking Mushroom Pancakes are a cinch to make at home. Without any reservations.