Chinese Stir Fry
There's a reason everyone loves a Chinese stir-fry. It's easy, full of creativity, and high-heat cooking with a little bit of oil is a super-healthy preparation. Start with Chinese chicken stir-fry and the sky (or your skillet) is the limit.See Popular Chinese Stir Fry Recipes
The best thing about Chinese recipes is that they are easy, easy, easy. This Szechwan Shrimp stir-fry, for example, take only 30 minutes to make. You can't beat that for speed.
Something quick? Like a beef Chinese Stir-fry? Yeah, that sounds good.
This enjoyable stir-fry allows the flavor and texture of fresh vegetables to shine, especially when glazed with an appealing sauce featuring hints of soy sauce, ginger and garlic.
Joanne Chang's mother used to make this sweet-and-spicy shrimp stir-fry all the time. When she was old enough to cook, Chang asked her mom for the recipe. "She hemmed and hawed until she finally gave it to me, revealing her secret ingredient: ketchup."
Puff pastry shells are filled with a flavorful combination of seasoned sliced pork tenderloin and fresh vegetables to make a refined, Asian-inspired dish.
For a quick and easy meal make this tasty stir-fry at home. Tweak it to fit your tastes by adding your favorite veggies.
Steamed asparagus is good, but this stir-fried asparagus is even better. Seasoned with hints of soy sauce, garlic and ginger, this flavorful side is easy to make and ready in less than 30 minutes.
This fast chicken and vegetable stir-fry dinner beats takeout any day!
Stir-fried beef, broccoli and onion in a spicy sauce is ladled over flaky puff pastry pinwheels to make this simply elegant entree.
Chinese stir-fry is awesome. We all agree. Is it the fact that's it's such a healthy dish (love that broccoli)?
When spring springs, its asparagus that springs up first. There are so many great recipes for asparagus, we don't know where to begin. So let's think "quick and easy dinner," which automatically brings to mind an Asparagus Stir-Fry recipe like this one.
Wendy Leon gives this classic Chinese squid dish a fun twist by flavoring it with five-spice powder (typically a ground mixture of cinnamon, star anise, black peppercorns, fennel, and clove). "It's her version of a Super Bowl snack," says her son Humberto. "Most kids eat chips; we grew up eating squid."
How hard is it to make Szechwan Beef Stir-Fry? Not hard, and that's the beauty of this recipe. You're going to get the taste you thought only came from that favorite take-out joint down the street.
Stir-Fry Shrimp with Cheesy Grits (click here for the recipe) is fast (total time only 25 mintues), tasty (loaded with plump juicy shrimp), and satisfying (something about the idea of "grits" sounds so comforting, so very Southern comforting, that is. But just what kind of a dish is this? Stir-fry sure sounds like our favorite kind of Chinese food.
Quick! Chick! (or Dude!)
Nothing's more American than Chinese takeout. And nothing is easier to make, despite the fact that we're dealing with a "foreign" cuisine. Forget it.
Cashews contain oleic acid, the same monounsaturated fat that makes olive oil so heart-healthy. This chicken-cashew stir-fry is a lighter take on a dish that Stephane Vivier orders at Rin's Thai in Sonoma, California. Its Asian flavors come from a bright mix of fish sauce, oyster sauce, and basil -- and just a little oil.