Chinese Vegetable Dishes
A healthy way to get your veggies is to stir-fry them up in delicious combinations. Chinese vegetables are a great side for any meat or can be perfect on their own for a vegetarian entree.
This vegetable stir-fry blends the Asian flavors of soy sauce, fresh ginger, and garlic.
This quick and easy vegetable stir-fry goes well with grilled steak or chicken.
If you often order beef and broccoli at your favorite Chinese restaurant, this quick homemade version will become a new go-to dinner in your home.
Soy sauce, ginger, and garlic are frequently used in concert to flavor many Chinese dishes. The addition of sesame seeds and toasted sesame oil gives the vegetables a rich flavor boost.
Accent a frozen vegetable mix with flavorful wedges of fresh fennel and toasted sesame seed.
Enjoy this family-style Asian stir-fry over rice.
Making stir-fried rice is great way to use up leftover rice. This version is packed with vegetables.
While lo mein gets its name from the kind of Chinese noodle traditionally used in the dish, other noodles, including angel hair pasta and vermicelli, easily can be substituted in this slow cooker special.
This traditional New Year's Eve appetizer is made using rice paper. Find the wrap at Asian food specialty markets or large supermarkets.
Get twice as much for your efforts in the kitchen with this recipe that makes appetizers plus a main-dish salad.
Translucent rice paper wraps up a mixture of zestfully spiced Daikon radishes, jalapeno peppers, carrots, and cucumbers for this Asian-inspired appetizer recipe.
You can serve this 15-minute side dish with chicken or beef for dinner or make it a light meatless meal.
Like other dark leafy greens, kale is a powerhouse of nutrition. It's loaded with vitamins A, C and K, and is even a good source of calcium and iron. Kale makes a popular dinnertime dish in many regions of the world. If you're not sure how to cook kale, try this simple sauteed version that delivers a deluxe combination of flavors, including subtle hints of garlic and red pepper juxtaposed with a blast of sherry vinegar.