Asian Recipes (Most Popular)
Low Fat Version of Chinese Favorite. Recipe modified 2/5/10 to reduce sodium. Found a great teriyaki lower in sodium and eliminated sesame oil. Better taste and better for you!
P.S. I also discoverede that 1 cup of dry brown rice yieds closer to 2 1/2 cups of cooked brown rice.
I found this recipe someplace online over a year ago and tweaked it to taste. VERY EASY, very juicy and goes great with green beans and applesauce.
I "eye-ball" measure when I cook this sort of thing, so the measurements given for the marinade ingredients should be to your taste (but DON'T use less Hoison than listed- this is the main taste of the dish!)
This has become the recipe everyone who comes over for dinner wants me to make....and it is SO EASY!
(BTW-you can find Hoison sauce in the asian area of your grocery store-it will be by the soy sauce, teriyaki and other asian sauces and seasonings)
A delicious, lightened up version of the ever-popular Chinese take-out dish. Serve with steamed rice (not calculated into recipe).
Recipe from Good Housekeeping Favorite Recipes "Easy Skillet Meals" Delicious One-Dish Cooking cookbook.
Excellent flavor! The kids and hubbs all liked it. It was much more flavorful (but not overpowering) and fresh tasting than take-out. Everyone gave this a big thumbs up.
This is the meal my kids request most when we get together. I've developed this version based on curry in Japan, and my memories of curries my Mom made. It is a real comfort food, and warms the tum, best in cool weather, but my family loves it any time. It makes a big pot -the serving number is an estimate. It's basically a thickened spicy stew, so easily varied according to your tastes. We love it with lots of potatoes and carrots. Enjoy!
Obviously, this recipe can be made lighter by varying the thickening agent, but I personally don't wish to mess with it. Let me know if you have luck with it.