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.
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.
This kid-pleasing skillet meal is bright, colorful, and satisfying. The turkey meatballs mingle with pineapple, green pepper, and carrot in a tangy sauce.
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.
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.
Recipes for how to make oven-barbecued chicken can use just about any combination of chicken pieces imaginable. This makes oven-barbecued chicken perfect for weeks when the family budget is tight and chicken leg quarters go on sale at the market. Knowing how to barbecue chicken in the oven means no more standing over a hot grill continually basting the meat. And making your own sauce with a non-MSG soy sauce ensures a more healthful result.
For lean white meat that's diet friendly and packed with nutrition, it's hard to top pork, especially the tenderloin. Follow this recipe for how to cook pork tenderloin and you'll end up with a dish that melts in your mouth. This method calls for so few ingredients, you might worry that the meat will be bland, but good pork tenderloin needs little more than a sprinkle of salt and a dash of pepper to bring out its naturally sweet flavor.
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.