Asian

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Surprisingly, cauliflower is incredibly well suited to frying and air frying; its mild flavor pairs well with virtually any coating and flavor, and it crisps up beautifully. Bang Bang Cauliflower takes advantage of these natural strengths to create a healthy snack that doesn’t taste healthy. Coated in sweet and sour, citrusy Asian Fusion flavors and sriracha for a little heat, Bang Bang Cauliflower is a crunchy, savory snack that can rejuvenate you during a long afternoon or whet your appetite before dinner. This dish certainly has a kick to it!

Posted: June 3
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Fusing Southwestern flavors with the satisfying crunch of Asian wontons, the Southwestern Egg Roll Bake packs a punch beneath a crispy crust. Melty colby jack cheese, savory black beans, ripe tomatoes, and tender chicken fuse with chili, garlic, and cumin for that distinct borderland taste. For even more of that creamy, spicy tang, you can top this crunchy dish with cilantro jalapeño ranch. The best part is you can have it on the table, ready to eat, in 30 minutes or less! To paraphrase our favorite ranch-hands: "Yee-haw!"

Posted: October 22
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These Asian-inspired meatballs are covered in a flavorful sauce that blends garlic, ginger, soy sauce, and brown sugar. Sticky Mongolian Meatballs are a unique take on Mongolian beef, a favorite among Chinese restaurants for good reason. These Sticky Mongolian Meatballs can even be served as appetizers—just stick a toothpick in them. For dinner, serve alongside jasmine rice and sauteed veggies.

Posted: September 1
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Chicken meatballs have a reputation for being less flavorful than their beef counterparts—not so with these Street Meatball Skewers. The chicken is flavored with ginger and green onion and the glaze is spiked with sake, a rice-based wine that adds sweetness. Street Meatball Skewers are quick to prepare and even quicker to make disappear.

Posted: August 30
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Cooking meatballs can be a time-intensive process that involves standing over a hot oven and frying meatballs in batches while getting splattered by hot oil. These Crockpot Asian Meatballs are a little easier to make as they are prepared by first baking the meatballs, then cooking them in their sauce in a slow cooker for a couple of hours. With delicious flavors of garlic, ginger, and green onion, Crockpot Asian Meatballs are a savory delight best when served with jasmine rice.

Posted: February 26
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The best way to describe Bang Bang Chicken is as elevated popcorn chicken. Another way would be popcorn chicken with a kick! One “Bang” comes from the crispiness of the battered and fried chicken. The other “Bang” comes from the sweet-and-spicy dipping sauce.Bang Bang Chicken is excellent served with steamed edamame or other veggies.

Posted: May 6
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Sheet Pan Sweet & Sour Chicken creates a meal that tastes like stir-fry without the stirring or the frying! The chicken is tender and juicy, the pineapple tropically sweet, the bell pepper and onion are garden-fresh, so you can enjoy a wide range of flavors and textures. Add on the sweet, syrupy, sticky glaze and you have a masterpiece meal. Sheet Pan Sweet & Sour Chicken is a hearty and satisfying meal you can make in an hour or less!

Posted: October 1
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No deep fryer? No problem! These delightful Baked Egg Rolls just require an oven to get that addictive crispy texture. Filled with chicken and veggies, Baked Egg Rolls make for a satisfying appetizer or savory snack. Serve with a sweet chili sauce for an authentic Chinese restaurant experience.

Posted: February 12
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Have you ever thought the fortunes in fortune cookies were a little lame? Now you can write your own—and while you’re at it, make the crispy cookies, too! The ingredients to make Homemade Fortune Cookies are pretty simple, but getting the cookies folded properly can be a bit fussy. Make preparing Homemade Fortune Cookies a group activity, so you and your friends can lean on each other for tips and comic relief.

Posted: August 6
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Simplicity is key for weeknight dinners. That’s why this One-Pan Teriyaki Beef and Rice makes use of pre-made ingredients like frozen veggie mix and teriyaki marinade in order to produce a quick and tasty dish. In under 30 minutes, you’ll have a wholesome dinner of One-Pan Teriyaki Beef and Rice for 4 without even breaking a sweat.

Posted: August 3