OystEven if your mom wasn’t a good cook, you can still be an Iron Chef. Start by making this manila clams recipe inspired by Chef Morimoto.
Asian Appetizer & Side Recipes
Please your toughest critics and have your family yearning for the main dish by tempting them with one of these incredible Asian appetizers that mix Eastern and Western tastes effortlessly!
What the heck are winged beans? Glad you asked, but you can use green beans too in this lovely, coconutty, creamy Thai salad that is dairy-free.
Often found rolling around alongside dumplings on a dim sum cart, this leafy green with a thick stem is a staple Chinese dish that can easily be made ahead.
There is no shortage of poke chains in California, but most of them seem to coat the fish with a sweet soy sauce dressing. However, the original Hawaiian poke recipe does not use soy sauce at all.
These Fairy Tale eggplants are like little purple Tinkerbells that flew in just to enchant your weeknight dinner. Stir-fried here in a “fish fragrant” sauce that is all vegan and anything but fishy.
Many a fruit and vegetable are one color on the outside and white on the inside. These white cucumbers are actually “white” inside and out, like a vampire avoiding daylight.
Taste autumn with a healthy ambrosia salad that doesn’t have any heavy cream or cool whip. This lightened version is dairy free, crunchy, and allows you to chop apples ahead of time without turning brown.
Get your daily Popeye spinach allowance with the easiest recipe ever for this Korean sesame spinach side dish.
That package of pre-cooked edamame from Costco is fine, but it’s just so bland. Spice them up with this easy edamame recipe, and you won’t be able to eat just one.
Can you boil water? If so, you can make this bean sprout side dish found in nearly every Korean restaurant.