Sweet and Sour Sauce
Obviously a staple of Asian cuisine, sweet and sour sauce is used in numerous Asian dishes. Try Sweet and Sour Dipping Sauce for a delicious tangy sauce that can be whipped up in less than 30 minutes.
An Asian-inspired fruit sauce is served with the fried fish in this dinner recipe.
Sweet and Sour Chicken traditionally comes served with a side of fried rice or noodles, but you'll never want it another way after trying the popular Chinese dinner stuffed in crunchy egg roll wrappers.
This kid-pleasing skillet meal is bright, colorful, and satisfying. The turkey meatballs mingle with pineapple, green pepper, and carrot in a tangy sauce.
With chunks of batter-coated chicken, pineapple, and a sweet-sour sauce, this stir-fry is always a popular choice in Chinese restaurants--especially with kids.
Hold a luau in your backyard and serve these grilled burgers. They're glazed with sweet and sour sauce and topped with pineapple slices.
This pork and veggie stir-fry in its piquant sauce continues to be one of the best-loved Chinese recipes.
There's no need to hit your favorite takeout for a sweet-and-sour dish when you can make this 30-minute recipe at home.
Get twice as much for your efforts in the kitchen with this recipe that makes appetizers plus a main-dish salad.
Dress up skewered chicken with this spicy Thai-inspired glaze. As you assemble the kabobs, leave at least a 1/4-inch space between the pieces to allow the chicken to cook evenly.
Flavorful and easy to prep, this slow cooker appetizer is fit for a crowd at a dinner party or tailgate. Serve with additional crushed red pepper so everyone can adjust the heat to their own preference.