Adding some flavorful, juicy meatballs to your ramen really boosts the taste experience, thanks to Mongolian Ramen! Garlicky, spicy spheres of ground beef are seared to crispy perfection. They're smothered in a savory, sweet sauce and tossed with everyone's favorite easy go-to ramen noodles. After experiencing the meaty noodle combo that is Mongolian Ramen, you'll never choose to eat your ramen solo again!
You can kiss dry, flavorless meat goodbye and happily welcome Sesame-Ginger Beef to your weekly rotation! Fatty skirt steak is seasoned and seared, then tossed in a savory, sweet ginger sauce. It's paired with garden-fresh green beans, so you don't even have to think about side dishes! Simple, delicious, and full of flavor, Sesame-Ginger Beef will be eagerly embraced by your belly!
Yakitori Chicken is often served as popular street food in its native country, Japan. It's easy to see why: being on skewers, it's a fun and handy meal on the go. They're also amazingly easy and speedy to make at home on your own grill, so you can have all the savory, juicy indulgence of street-fare with all the craft and care of a home-cooked meal. The chicken and bright red peppers are both made better with the addition of a tangy soy barbecue sauce; the chicken is even slathered in it. Yakitori Chicken is a perfect addition to barbecue and cookout menus because no one can deny how good it is!
Also called Ma Yi Shang Shu, Ants on a Tree is a Sichuan Chinese classic whose English name sparks debate to this day. According to most sources, whoever saw this dish visualized the tender noodles as tree branches, the soft, sweet, and earthy cabbage as leaves, and the juicy, savory ground pork as ants. It's quite an interesting image, but it doesn't quite sell how amazing Ants on a Tree tastes! The sauce is tangy, smoky-sweet, and aromatic, with notes of nuttiness and deep umami, perfect for bringing out the best in each bite. Its name might provoke interpretation, but its flavor rings loud and clear!
We've all had that sudden craving for Pad Thai before realizing it would take an hour to arrive or, worse, that the restaurant closes in thirty seconds. Quick Pad Thai ensures that you can always satisfy your desires, and even in a hurry to boot! It still has everything you'd want from a great pad thai: tender noodles soaking up a light, savory, and sweet sauce with notes of garlic, lime, and chili heat. Mixed with juicy pork strips and topped with crunchy peanuts, Quick Pad Thai's incredible flavor will speed its way onto your plate and into your heart.
The classic combination might be spaghetti and meatballs, topped with a scarlet tomato sauce, but Kung Pao Spaghetti shows just how versatile those noodles can be! The spaghetti is just as tender as ever, but now it's coated in a savory, spicy, and tangy sauce, with the heady aroma of garlic infusing each bite. Kung Pao Spaghetti brings the meatiness with sautéed bites of chicken and the crunch with roasted peanuts. This is a dish designed to shake up your pasta night dinners without adding more to your schedule! The only thing it adds to is your amazing night in!
Napa Cabbage Salad brings a tangy, Asian-fusion twist to classic coleslaw! A great big bowl is filled with fresh Napa cabbage and crisp green onions and tossed in a sweet and salty dressing that you could almost drink! The most exciting part is the buttery ramen-noodle-sesame-seed-almond-sliver mix that is sprinkled on top and creates the perfect amount of crunch. Bite after bite, Napa Cabbage Salad will become your new favorite fresh dish!
Barbecue chicken is as crucial a part of summer outings as burgers and hot dogs; try firing up the grill without putting on some chicken, and you'll feel you're missing something. And few chicken dishes will turn your cookouts into culinary marvels like Grilled Orange Chicken Skewers. A sweet, sticky, sunny orange glaze that feels like it came straight from your local Asian take-out and grilling it with the savory chicken ensures it becomes a golden caramelized coat you'll want to eat with a spoon. With Grilled Orange Chicken Skewers in hand, your cookout will feel just that more like summer at its finest... and that your grill is performing its job to the fullest!
There's no getting around it; Kung Pao Meatballs taste like the classic stir-fry but in sphere form! The chicken meatballs are savory, juicy, and infused with aromatic soy sauce and garlic. Then the meatballs are coated in a thick, glossy, and tangy sauce with a bounty of sweet bell peppers and spicy dried chilis that only add to the meatiness of the meatball flavor. Kung Pao Meatballs taste like a special occasion and look spectacular when piled over white rice and topped with crunchy peanuts. You'll be circling back to this meal time and time again!
Because of its unique geographic location in the Pacific, Hawaii's cuisine has undergone a fusion of Chinese, Japanese, and native flavors and styles that have yielded tasty results. Hawaiian Stir Fry is one such fabulous fusion creation. The juicy chicken, crisp pea pods, and savory, sweet, and tangy stir-fry sauce build a traditional stir-fry foundation to emphasize the sweet, tropical taste of the fresh pineapple cubes straight from the islands. Since it takes less than half an hour to make, you can enjoy Hawaiian Stir Fry without the guess or the rush. Instead, why not picture some white sand beaches?