Asian Recipes (Most Popular)
Refreshing Thai Salad
Double serving of fried rice for any side dish.
A quick recipe that beats take out AND you can control the salt content!
A great twist on your everday Chicken Stir Fry. Even the kids will love it!
modified from allrecipes.com, 2 WW points/serving
From a HG newsletter 10/9/07 - light version of a classic chinese dish. Remember - this is without rice!!
Very spicy entree using fresh, lean pork
Quick & easy stirfry with gentle tangy flavor!
This is really delicious and flavorful. Serve over brown rice, or quinoa for a healthy, easy meal.
A taste of teriyaki without the heavy sauce, this creative blend of asian spices, honey, soy and brown sugar is light enough to bring out the flavors of the salmon without being too overpowering.
Cabbage is a good source of Vitamins A & c, and fiber. It helps to prevent cancer and is low in calories. Cabbage tastes best and is most nutritious when eaten raw or cooked for a short period of time in a small amount of water.
I saw this recipe made on The Biggest Losers. I didn't have any ground turkey on hand, so I used lean ground beef. This is double the origianl recipe. Makes great leftovers for lunch.
A stir-fried chicken dish with Thai flavorings
An attempt at a lowfat version of Pad Thai. Try it--you'll love it.
This is a quick meal you can throw together with your favorite fresh and/or frozen veggies. Eat as a main entree or serve with another protein, such as tofu or chicken.
Quick and light for dinnertime!
Filipino comfort food at its finest! Cook the chicken with the skin on and remove before serving for the best flavor.
Chicken or pork can be substituted for beef
This recipe used Regular pasta and I modified it for Shirataki pasta :-)
This is the best recipe. We love it.
A recipe full of veggies and vitamins galore!
This chicken has a creamy coconut milk taste with a little kick!
This flavorful appetizer has become our main course!