An authentic Chinese dish that’s so sticky, so sweet, and so good, we’ve affectionately dubbed it “pork candy.”
Adored by vegans and even meat-eaters, spicy tofu with peanuts is a flavor bomb that comes together FAST.
“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.
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.
Usually considered restaurant fare, these vegetarian Peking Mushroom Pancakes are a cinch to make at home. Without any reservations.
Crisp, crackling BBQ pork belly just like what you find in Chinatown. Like most Chinese barbecue, It’s impossibly tender, slightly sweet, and surprisingly easy to make at home.
The origins of Kung Pao (aka Gong Bao) chicken are murky, but the raves we’re hearing about this stir-fry of chicken, peanuts, and red chiles are unequivocally and resoundingly clear.
What’s that you ask? When’s an appropriate time to serve pot stickers? We honestly can’t think of a time that’s not appropriate.
This is, quite frankly, the loveliest hot and sour soup we’ve ever had, with none of the usual gloppiness of takeout Chinese. And it’s on the table in just 20 minutes.
One of the most beloved—and most commonly ordered—Chinese dishes in America, this quick stir-fry makes simple seem superlative.