No pre-marinating or slicing meat ahead of time for this classic Korean beef dish. Just dump in the pot, and dinner ready in 15 minutes.
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.
The problem with cauliflower fried rice is that it doesn’t taste very good. Crustaceans appear to be one of the few saviors of this low carb option, and this crab version is much needed a godsend.
If you can boil water, you can make this dish. This very easy 6 ingredient Shanghai Chicken can be served hot or at room temperature and makes for a homey chicken dish all year round.
When you don’t have a lot of time, clams are a dinner savior. You could simply steam them with white wine and garlic, but why not try this equally tasty version with pungent miso and sweet mirin.
Oh this must be the quintessential homestyle Chinese dish. This egg and tomato stir-fry becomes soupy when the juices are gently coaxed out of fresh tomatoes.
Tender chunks of fish and fresh seafood simmer in a creamy coconut broth. This Asian version of Cioppino is inspired by a historic San Francisco restaurant with Filipino roots.
Tomatoes never had it so good. Coupled with fish sauce in this lightning fast sauce, your pan-fried cod will never be the same.
To be honest, this dish might seem kind of plain Jane boring, but I really love it. It’s made entirely in the rice cooker, so you can set it and forget it.
Just 3 ingredients and fresh corn flavor. You won’t miss the flour or cream in this classic Japanese soup.
For the sake of your own sanity, please make japchae vegan. No need to cook and slice meat and egg in this recipe, since you have enough things to do in your life already. You are enough, and the veggies are enough.
There are some vegetarian noodle dishes where you might “miss” the meat and compensate with cheese. These vegan Korean black bean noodles, however, are so full flavored and complete just on their own.
What makes this soup so unique is that it manages to be “creamy” in texture without any dairy. Make the classic Chinese egg drop soup with this very easy recipe and only 5 ingredients.
Fried rice is often the scapegoat for leftovers. This corned beef fried rice is, dare we say, better than the original meal of corned beef and cabbage.
If you’re wondering what to do with extra bell peppers, let them starring role in this succulent side dish. Tossed in a vegan black bean sauce, this has enough umami to melt in your mouth.
Baby bok choy stir-fried with garlic is no secret. However, the addition of a couple of simple ingredients will make your bok choy taste so much better.
Chinese Braised Beef Shank is a great make ahead Chinese food that can be eaten hot, cold, or even room temperature. Just make sure there is enough for everyone because it will go quick.
Those packets of pre-packaged ramen sure do come in handy when you want to eat RIGHT NOW. It takes just about 15 minutes cook this easy, insta-noodle meal.
We all need a default, go-to recipe when we don’t have much time, and these easy Thai Coconut Curry Mussels are a FOOLPROOF, one-pot, fan favorite.
Everyone loves hot Korean Soft Tofu Soup, aka Soondubu Jigae, but do you love making it at home? What exactly is in that bubbling black cauldron it’s served in at restaurants?