Asian Recipes (Most Popular)
Forget fancy spices--four ingredients are all you need to make this deliciously simple supper.
This sesame chicken recipe is a slimmed-down and healthier version of the sesame chicken from PF Chang's and other Chinese restaurants.
This recipe is better (and much better for you) than takeout!
Boneless pork chops are drenched in a tasty peanut sauce in one of our favorite easy recipes.
Use coleslaw mix to make a quick and easy treat! Eat as a snack, side or a meal.
A terrific dish when served over a bed of brown rice.
This Asian-inspired pasta dish is so good and so quick to make and can be served hot or cold. Add some tofu for another healthy option.
Chef Meg lowered the fat and calories in this member-submitted recipe, which contains two servings of cooked vegetables per portion!
This sweet and spicy soup is a staple of Thai takeout. Chef Meg recreated it for a fraction of the cost and sodium!
This is a great meal for a busy night--for some added fun, bring out the chopsticks! Change up the veggies, and you'll have a new meal each time you make this dish.
Save money and time with this Chinese food makeover.
Delicious, tastes as good as the 'real' thing!
This quick and easy meal is a hit with kids. If they can't tolerate spicy foods, reduce or omit the sriracha.
Delicious and easy, this salad combines all of my favorite sushi ingredients in one bowl! And, because it's based on a California roll, it uses fully cooked seafood.
Peanut sauce is one of my favorite things to eat, usually with tofu, green vegetables (like broccoli, spinach and edamame) and brown rice.
Quick and easy, the way dinner ought to be!!
I love to eat this when i'm craving Chinese food but dont want all the extra calories
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.
Stir-fry vegetables with bamboo shoots, shiitake mushrooms, and shirataki noodles - Simple to make and delicious!
Very light, fun and tasty--a treat you thought you'd have to give up on your quest to good nutrition.
I adjusted the recipe to lower the fat and calories.
This soup is packed with flavor yet low in fat. You can customize it with any vegetables or protein you have on hand.
OH MAN, this is restaurant good!
Oh so delicious as an appetizer or main course served with brown rice!
This dish is perfect for busy nights.