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Sweet and Sour Pork isn’t just a Chinese food takeout favorite; it can also be a home-cooked comfort food that will amaze your taste buds and your dinner guests! Crispy fried pork and crunchy capsicum are slathered in a sweet, tangy, and deeply savory sauce that will leave lips smacking and smiles brightening. Sweet and Sour Pork takes a little patience to master, but the end result is the juiciest and most flavorful pork you could hope to enjoy. Try getting that from takeout!

Posted: February 26
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Chicken Fried Rice answers the ever-eternal question of what to do with all of your leftover white rice; you turn it into a savory, flavorful mix with plenty of seasonings and bright vegetables. Add in some golden brown chicken breasts and you have a full meal in just one skillet. Chicken Fried Rice transforms ordinary leftovers into the best homemade meal, so get ready to forgo the takeout containers.

Posted: August 3
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Egg Drop Soup is more than just an appetizer; it’s an enchanting dish with clouds of wispy, savory eggs swimming tantalizingly through the warm broth. With plenty of crunchy green onions, Egg Drop Soup is perfect when paired with stir-fry or fried rice. Best of all, it only takes 15 minutes to make a bowl of this warming broth.

Posted: September 26
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The takeout is here! You rush to open the box but it’s too late; your sesame chicken has already become soggy from the steam. Thankfully, you can avoid the steam by making your own Crispy Sesame Chicken. This easy and quick stove-top recipe produces crunchy chicken coated in a sweet, sticky, and mildly nutty sesame sauce. With just a hint of heat for delectable spiciness, Crispy Sesame Chicken has that delicious “just one more” quality you get with takeout. Never let soggy chicken sadden your dinner again!

Posted: February 1
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A delicious spin on a classic dish! This Orange Ginger Chicken has the same great tastes as a traditional orange chicken with a delightful kick of ginger. This chicken is crispy, flavorful, and oh so satisfying. Pair Orange Ginger Chicken with fluffy jasmine rice for a scrumptious, hearty meal!

Posted: February 12
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Never made your own potstickers? You're missing out! This Easy Potsticker recipe is far easier than you think and tastes way more delicious than what you'll buy in the frozen section of your local grocery store.

Posted: December 28
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Weeknight meals get made out to be bland and boring, but Quick Chicken Sesame Bowls will change your mind about that. This meal is warming and refreshing with bursts of sriracha, garlic, and ginger in every coated bite of chicken. Piled on top of rice, Quick Chicken Sesame Bowls shines with its bright, aromatic, tangy flavor. Go-to weeknight meals just became more exciting than ever before!

Posted: October 10
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Easy Chicken Curry is perfect for those who love curry flavors but not the spice. This recipe is loaded with the smoky, sweet, floral flavors of curry but without the punishing heat. Easy Chicken Curry is perfect for draping over rice or naan bread, and it’s fairly easy to make! You can even up the heat to your desired level!

Posted: October 20
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When you order from a Chinese restaurant, it’s almost inevitable that you’ll order Beef and Broccoli. How can you not? It’s too delicious to pass on! The beef is saturated in a tangy, savory, and sweet sauce, and the broccoli adds a touch of freshness, color, and crunch. Beef and Broccoli isn’t hard to make in your own kitchen—in fact, it can take less time than ordering delivery! You can have delivery-quality food made fresh without even breaking a sweat!

Posted: January 4
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Naan is a popular staple often served with Indian meals; it’s perfectly designed for scooping uptick sauces or mopping up the last morsels of flavor. Homemade Naan Bread is fluffy, flavorful, and surprisingly easy to make in your own kitchen. Homemade Naan Bread is perfect as a snack with a pat of butter or as a side for tasty meat meals or with soups!

Posted: February 12