Asian Recipes (Most Popular)
I think I make it best!
Crispy even if it is ovenfried!
I simmer my stew meat in the crock pot half the day, so this is really easy, when the meat is tender I transfer to a pan or wok and cook up the veggies! Super easy, no fuss dinner!
I found this in a "Fix it and Forget it Lightly" crock pot cook book
An all day marinated pork meal with a small bite of spice. I included brand names so you can compare differences in carbs/calories etc. if you use something else.
This is the Talapia version of JO_JO_BA's Mahi recipe.
This deliciously healthy, broiled fish dish combines both sweet and sour taste sensations with a wonderful spice kick from the ginger. The 30 minute prep time includes 20 minutes to marinate. This recipe is a snap and so delicious, you will appreciate the fresh ginger when you taste it!
This is a healthier revised version from the original. You save 500 calories and18 grams of fat and is just as tastey!
Peanut butter based cole slaw that goes GREAT as a side dish to any Asian flavored fish/poultry/meat. My husband hates cole slaw and couldn't stop eating this!!!
Don't let the tofu put you off, this tastes wonderful.
You could also add a packet of frozen stir fry vegetables if you wanted a larger vegetable serve.
This is based on a recipe from the Eating Well website, with just a few tweaks
easy and good meal that is low in caloried
Made with real crab and less cheese than restaurants use (those are more like Cheese Rangoon)
lean steak in a great, flavorful marinade!
Lower fat version of the ethnic delight!
Fried rice using quinoa instead of rice, edamame and egg for protein, and lots of frozen veggies to keep things easy.
Makes 20 tablespoons.
This satisfying & delicious thai stew is packed with nutrients. Serve it over brown rice, with a salad & piece of whole grain bread.
This is a delicious and vitamin packed pasta salad. A great summer dish that I often take to picnics. People always ask for this recipe and even my teenagers love it.
Tasty and filling! Serving size is about 14 ounces. so you get more than enough.
I used spaghetti squash in this recipe to make it low carb. If you want to make it low calorie substitute the beef for broccoli. You could prepare the spaghetti squash ahead of time, it stays well in the fridge.
A delicious Asian inspired idea to accompany those stir fry recipes. If Bok Choy isn't available substitute another cabbage.
Restaurant-style hot and sour soup, minus the sugar, corn starch and MSG. You can add whatever other vegetables you like (hot and sour soup usually has mushrooms but I don't like them). I usually add bean sprouts and brown rice and serve it as a complete meal.
A great pepper steak recipe to cook in the crockpot
Quick High Fiber Pork Stir Fry
Make this versatile dish with leftover rice and any vegetable in your crisper. (Brown is better, but I've used white rice from last night's takeout.)