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Easy Homemade Potstickers proves that you don’t need to call delivery when you’re craving this classic appetizer! Filled with juicy pork and savory mushrooms, Easy Homemade Potstickers are flavorful, hearty, and crispy, perfect for dunking in soy sauce or sriracha. Any home chef can make these, and you’ll wonder why you ever called for takeout after tasting your homemade delights!

Posted: July 14
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Who can say no to Famous Fried Wontons? No one. It really is that simple: no one can resist the crispy on the outside, juicy and meaty on the inside classic. Famous Fried Wontons are ready in 30 minutes so they’re faster and fresher than any delivery order and they make an incredible appetizer or snack! Make sure you have plenty of dipping sauces!

Posted: July 14
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Tonkatsu Pork is a Japanese-style fried pork chop often served as part of ramen dinners or on its own as the main course. As a result of its gentle frying, the pork itself is juicy on the inside and crispy on the outside, making it already delectable. Add on the tangy, nutty sesame tonkatsu sauce and a shredded cabbage salad with refreshing sesame dressing, and the natural savory flavor becomes even better. Tonkatsu Pork only takes 30 minutes to make and it’s essentially a full restaurant-quality meal in one dish. What could be better?

Posted: August 13
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Claiming this is the Perfect Chicken Poke Bowl is a bold claim…a claim backed by the bold, fresh, and enchanting flavors of the dish itself! This poke bowl contains a variety of yummy ingredients like sushi rice, red onion, chicken breast, avocado, and cucumber. It’s topped with spicy mayonnaise for a delicious kick! Skip the hassle and prices of restaurants and make this Perfect Chicken Poke Bowl instead.

Posted: August 18
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One of the national dishes of Indonesia, Nasi Goreng, takes fried rice to new and delicious places. Infused with savory flavors from the soy sauce and shrimp paste and loaded with juicy chicken, Nasi Goreng is nourishing and incredibly gratifying to eat! Topped with a fried egg and fresh vegetables, this dish has everything you could want from fried rice and more! Plus, it only takes 20 minutes to make, so you'll never need to worry about bland fried rice again!

Posted: February 28
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Skillet Beef, Broccoli, and Ramen brings three musketeers of flavor together for a great culinary adventure! The beef is tender, juicy, and savory, the broccoli is crunchy and green, and the ramen is ready to soak up all the fantastic tastes! With aromatic garlic, a tangy and sweet sauce with real depth of flavor, and a little heat, Skillet Beef, Broccoli, and Ramen takes a little time and patience to make, but the results are fresher and tastier than anything you can get delivered.

Posted: April 21
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Imagine that, instead of spooning out Takeout Chow Mein from one of the iconic boxes, you could ladle it out at will, from your own pan! Imagine no longer and grab your forks! Tender noodles and crisp vegetables coated in a sweet and savory sauce are yours for enjoying any time you want! Aromatic, speedy, and scrumptious, Takeout Chow Mein is a refreshing and customizable dish you whip up in a hurry. Your takeout menu will start gathering dust!

Posted: May 13
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A Chinese restaurant classic straight from your stove-top! Mongolian Beef and Broccoli is a singularly sensational sautéed dish, with a sweet and savory sauce coating tender strips of tenderloin and crunchy broccoli. Fragrant garlic and spicy ginger only add to the bouquet of tastes, which are delightful when piled on top of your favorite rice. Mongolian Beef and Broccoli practically jumps off the plate with its amazing taste, and you'll be jumping with excitement to eat it!

Posted: May 17
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Takeout menus may differ from Chinese restaurant to Chinese restaurant, but one dish remains constant: Szechuan Beef. But you don't need to call up delivery to enjoy the spicy and savory slices of steak paired with stir-fry classics. All you need is a frying pan or wok and a little patience: it's actually fairly simple to get some beautiful char and a sweet tangy sauce on some bright, sweet bell peppers, crunchy carrots, and tender onions, all of which pair beautifully with the steak. Szechuan Beef looks and tastes like the best version of itself, so you may be tempted to just make it yourself from now on!

Posted: May 26
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Nutty Sweet and Sour Stir-Fry answers the question "can you have a stir-fry without meat" with an enthusiastic yes! It uses crunchy, candied cashews for texture and protein, pairing them with classic stir-fry vegetables like bell peppers and savory onion. Slathered in sweet and tangy sauce, Nutty Sweet and Sour Stir-Fry tastes so good you'll go nuts for it. Don't forget the rice so you don't miss a morsel of flavor!

Posted: May 27