Why rush out for disappointing fast food when you can take it slow and enjoy the best version of the same meal? Slow Cooker Orange Chicken practically cooks itself, so you still have that don't-need-to-worry feeling that fast food provides without having to leave the house. Its savory chicken is coated in the same sweet and tangy citrus glaze that gets everyone excited. Slow Cooker Orange Chicken satisfies cravings with its beautiful balance of flavors and its surprising simplicity.
We've all had that moment of wanting Takeout Fried Rice, but not wanting to call up delivery and wait as the food inevitably grows cold. Thankfully, Takeout Fried Rice is actually a snap to make at home and tastier than anything your local Chinese restaurant can make! In just 30 minutes, you can have the fluffy rice infused with savory soy sauce and filled with bright red peppers, sweet mandarin oranges, juicy beef, and browned onions that you've been dreaming about! Get your chopsticks ready for a new home-cooked favorite!
Take out is always hard to pass up, but Moo Goo Gai Pan will have you looking forward to staying in and pulling out your wok! Juicy chicken is marinated in a savory soy sauce masterpiece. It's tossed together with earthy mushrooms, crunchy snow peas, leafy baby bok choy, nutty water chestnuts, and a bold, salty sauce. Thanks to Moo Goo Gai Pan, being at home has never tasted so fresh and satisfying!
Baked Chinese Chicken and Rice can take on the best Asian takeout in a taste test and win. It has chicken marinated in a tangy, savory, sweet, and complex sauce, with notes of brightness and nuttiness. This wonderful chicken is nestled in a bed of fluffy rice infused with meaty flavors and garden vegetables. Baked Chinese Chicken and Rice always makes enough to satisfy your cravings for Asian cuisine, so you never need to dig for that takeout menu again.
Hakka Noodles hail from a fusion of Indian and Chinese cuisines, and are extremely popular in India. They’re incredibly tender and serve as a great way to bring great flavors together on one plate. These Hakka Noodles blend together tangy, savory soy sauce, earthy green onion, bright peppers, hot ginger, and spicy chili into one delicious sauce. It’s a fantastically flavorful dinner that takes less than 30 minutes to make. Get ready to enjoy the aromas wafting from this dish.
The Year of the Tiger calls for a dish with tigerish taste! Pan-Fried Pork Buns are filled with savory, meaty pork goodness accented by fragrant soy sauce and sesame oil. Enveloped in a crispy and toothsome dough, Pan-Fried Pork Buns are a celebration in and of themselves. The vinegar dipping sauce adds just that much more tang and savory flavors to the mix, making them truly irresistible. A tiger can't change its stripes, and these buns can't be anything but delicious!
It only takes 15 minutes to serve up a plate of Shanghai Noodles. No matter how close you live to a Chinese restaurant, these noodles will be fresher and faster! And Shanghai Noodles don't disappoint on flavor either, with their rich and deep soy sauce coating, crunchy bok choy, and savory chicken nestled between tender noodles. That takeout menu is going to start feeling redundant pretty soon!
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.
Wonton soup is a classic of Chinese take-out which might seem out-of-reach for the home cook. But nothing is further from the truth! In fact, you can have your own homemade Wonton Soup on the table in 35 minutes or less. The broth is rich, bright, and tangy from the soy sauce and ginger. With meaty wontons drinking in the broth, you have a hearty combination that can keep you warm on a cold night!
Cashew Chicken demonstrates how a few simple ingredients mixed together can bring out the best in each other. The sweetness and umami of the glaze bring out the savory flavors of the chicken. The nuttiness of the cashews brings out the sweetness of the glaze, and the tenderness of the chicken emphasizes the crunch of the nuts. It's a positive loop of flavors you'll be positively delighted to eat!