Who needs a Chinese restaurant when you can whip up your own hot, savory Chinese appetizers? Kick off your next party with Chinese appetizers - buns, chicken wraps, and spring rolls.See Popular Chinese Appetizers Recipes
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When grilling shrimp or scallops, use sticks of lemongrass or sprigs of rosemary as an alternative to metal or bamboo skewers.
Melissa Rubel Jacobson seasons chunks of tender, succulent pork shoulder with Chinese five-spice powder (a mixture of cinnamon, fennel seeds, cloves, star anise, and Szechuan peppercorns), which is a fast way to add Asian flavor.
A great appetizer made with items from your pantry!
Wendy Leon says these rolls, filled with bell pepper and slivers of avocado, are an effective way to get her grandchildren to eat vegetables.
Ground ginger and crushed red pepper add a spicy zing to these make-ahead appetizers.
Wonton wrapper chips definitely add to the crab rangoon-like vibe, but rice crackers, sugar snap peas or baby bok choy leaves would also make good Asian-inspired dippers.
Five-spice powder is often used in Chinese-inspired dishes such as these tantalizing appetizer wings.
Brushing several times with an all-natural sauce gives these baked wings intense flavor and crunchy skin. The chile-spiked fruit dipping sauce makes the perfect partner.
Chopped water chestnuts add extra crunch to the savory filling in these delightful morsels.
This traditional New Year's Eve appetizer is made using rice paper. Find the wrap at Asian food specialty markets or large supermarkets.
Edamame is a trendy appetizer your party guests will go for. The addition of Chinese Five Spice adds extra interest.