Fast food can't compete with homemade Peanut Chicken Stir-Fry. In just thirty minutes, this dish whips up savory chicken and crispy broccoli in a sweet, tangy, and creamy peanut sauce that will have you licking the plate clean. With tender rice noodles and bright carrots, Peanut Chicken Stir-Fry has an exciting range of flavors that anyone can make and everyone will enjoy!
Few appetizers are as welcoming and nourishing as a steaming hot bowl of Miso Soup at a Japanese restaurant. This refreshing and savory soup is actually incredibly easy and fast to make, so you can master it with ease from the comfort of your kitchen. Perfect for pairing alongside seafood, teriyaki, or just on its own, Miso Soup has a surprising depth of toasty, sweet-and-salty seafood flavor. The tofu even adds a touch of heartiness that is more than welcome when the weather turns cold.
The first thing you notice with Sticky Pineapple Chicken is the sauce. This lick-your-fingers, lick-your-plate-clean sauce is tangy and sweet, with wonderfully tropical notes of pineapple throughout. Once it coats the juicy, savory chicken, you have a match made in heaven, especially when served over a cloud of rice. Since it only takes 30 minutes to make, Sticky Pineapple Chicken completely upends the weeknight dinner routine in the most delicious way! This is one recipe you'll want to stick by!
Plov is actually a central Asian version of rice pilaf, and it's unlike any rice pilaf you've had before! Chicken Plov has the fluffy, hearty texture of classic pilaf infused with tangy, rich, and meaty flavor. Filled with pan-seared savory chicken and fresh-grated carrot for brightness, Chicken Plov is a full meal in a single dish and one that will warm you to the core! Weekly dinners never felt so satisfying.
Turns out, one of the best ways to enjoy the sweet, savory, and tangy flavor of teriyaki sauce is slathered on fresh homemade meatballs! Easy Teriyaki Meatballs coats tender, hearty meatballs in smoky Japanese barbeque sauce so every bite is bursting with flavor. You'll want to make sure you serve them with rice or mashed potatoes so you can enjoy every single drop of the sauce. Easy Teriyaki Meatballs are a breeze to make and can be put together in less than half an hour, so this can (and should) become a fixture in your weeknight menus!
There's no evidence that the real-life General Tso ever tried the dish named after him. However, if he had, we're sure he would have loved it! He certainly would have appreciated the slow-cooked, savory, and tangy flavors of General Tso Stew, and so will you. Filled with shreds of tender chicken, fresh, bright garden vegetables, and delightful pickled peppers, General Tso Stew is exactly what you'll need when the weather turns cold.
Life is too short to eat bland chicken. Black Pepper Chicken does away with the pan and replaces it with juicy and crispy pan-fried chicken coated in a luscious sauce you won’t believe. Sweet, savory, spicy, tangy, and with plenty of aromatic black pepper flavor, Black Pepper Chicken adds some excitement to your dinner time in less than an hour. Sounds like a delightful deal!
Sure, you could go to a hibachi restaurant and pay through the nose, or you can enjoy Hibachi-Style Fried Rice from home. Making it yourself is actually fairly easy and only requires 35 minutes, so you can actually enjoy it whenever you want it! The rice is golden brown, beautifully seasoned, and chock full of fresh vegetables, exactly the kind of side dish you want to be paired with teriyaki or sesame chicken. Hibachi-Style Fried Rice is no longer just for special occasions, although it will feel special every time you eat it!
Don’t let the pressures of the workweek keep you from enjoying a delicious and colorful dinner; you can make the Teriyaki Chicken & Rice Bowl in 20 minutes or less! Enjoy the sweet and tangy flavor of teriyaki sauce slathered over rice, tender chicken, and bright broccoli and carrots. Teriyaki Chicken & Rice Bowl is a savory and hearty marvel that will make you think twice about ordering take-out!
Beef Lo Mein is a classic Chinese takeout that you can make at home without waiting for delivery. The noodles are tender, the sauce is sweet and tangy, and the beef is savory; exactly what you’d hope for when you pick up a menu! With fresh vegetables and plenty of flavor, Beef Lo Mein is truly too good to turn down. Plus it only takes 20 minutes to make, so you can actually beat delivery in a race to get dinner on the table!