Asian Side Items Recipes (Most Popular)
This quick and easy meal is a hit with kids. If they can't tolerate spicy foods, reduce or omit the sriracha.
I love this recipe! It can be used as a sauce for grilled meats, a dressing for salads or steamed vegetables, or as a marinade for tofu or other lean proteins. You will always find it in my refrigerator.
Really quick and very easy
Try this spicy Asian paste in your slow-cooker stews, broth based soups, or combined with yogurt as a zippy sandwich spread.
Turn your favorite side dish into something special in just a few minutes. Only five ingredients and packed with flavor, this dish is a winner!
Dress up your green beans. Miso is a perfect replacement for butter in most sauteed dishes and offers a nice earthy, salty note to the beans.
This is easy and tastes like the green beans at the chinese food restaurant. Try substituing or adding other vegetables for a change-up!
yummy & so good for you!
You can use this sauce in spicy tuna rolls, or on a volcano or lava roll. The Sriracha hot sauce is the secret ingredient (the one with the rooster on the bottle!). You can be authentic and use "real" Japanese Mayonnaise (Kewpie), but good old Hellman's works fine too.
Double serving of fried rice for any side dish.
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!!!
Makes 20 tablespoons.
A delicious Asian inspired idea to accompany those stir fry recipes. If Bok Choy isn't available substitute another cabbage.
This rice is a healthier substitute for the typical high fat, high calorie fried rice we all know and used to love!
Delicious and fresh, this California roll will delight your senses. This is the perfect sushi to begin with for those who haven't tried sushi, yet. This makes about 2 servings worth of sushi. One roll can be cut 6 to 8 pieces depending on the cut of
A delicious and healthy way to serve brown rice
My staple Asian-inspired noodle side.
This is to die for on chicken and rice. Not low in fat or calories, but very nutritious and filling; it is high in protein and minerals.
serving size is 1/4 cup
Great alternative to fried rice that tastes just like the real thing! My husband didn't even know there was egg substitute in it :)
I used to get rice similar to this from a local chinese restaurant. Here is my own healthy version!
Great as a side dish for dinner or a light lunch.