A classic and healthy Hawaiian Poke isn’t difficult to make at home. With a sharp knife, some fresh fish and a few staple Asian ingredients, you’ll whip this up in 20 minutes.
What’s more beautiful than a runny egg yolk? Poached or fried, a perfectly cooked egg is a fun way to lend extra richness (and protein!) to pasta dishes, rice bowls—even pizzas! These 10 recipes are sure to eliminate any notion that eggs are just for breakfast.
It’s easy to prepare and full of great Asian flavors. You can gussy it up with more or less ginger or garlic to suit your own taste, depending on the mood.
Spicy, umami broth, a perfectly boiled egg, a wedge of lime, and slippery noodles is the perfect combination on a cold winter night. What more can you ask for than a Burmese fish noodle soup?
What to do with all that leftover holiday ham? Make BBQ ham fried rice.
After a few months of stews and heavier fare, here is something light and refreshing.
Welcome to 2017. Yes, the new year is here, and everyone is trying to stick to their lists of physical improvement. This year, on top of committing to that gym membership, let’s also consider what we are putting into our bodies. It does not have to be a bland torture. Here are different cuisines and their common herbs and spices to add plenty of flavor to food with just a pinch of salt.
A well-balanced vegan dan dan noodles using healthy shiitake mushrooms and red bell pepper.
This bright and fresh vegetable noodle bowl can be served cold or warm. It’s great both ways, and will make you feel great from the inside out!
Florets of just cooked blanched broccoli, thin strips of tender chicken and enough heat from jalapenos make this dish exciting to serve and eat.
This ULTRA creamy coconut curry is made with coconut milk and tons of veggies for a quick and easy, healthy dinner that is gluten free and vegan friendly!
Burst of flavor tender & moist chicken marinated in yogurt & a hearty mix of aromatic spices cooked with rice to perfection.
Take your dairy-free smoothie bowl to a new creamy level with turmeric,fresh summer berries, and Dream’s Boosted Almond.
A naturally gluten free dessert, mango sticky rice is a sweet feast like one might find in Bangkok.
In less than ten minutes, create a bowl of spicy kimchi and pork belly fried rice topped with a glorious egg.
Make flavorful Asian-spiced pork meatballs with ginger, tamari, and sesame for a perfect party appetizer or delicious meal with rice.
Crispy chicken is inspired by Italian Chicken Milanese, but given and Asian kick with togarashi spices and a delicious aioli sauce.
Hummus is a blank canvas that can be flavored with garlic, red peppers, and more. This version uses wasabi and ginger to add kick to the chickpea spread.
This Asian-style orange and soy beef comes to the rescue on a busy night as it can be made in 30 minutes and is a filling dish for hungry eaters.
Simple food pleasures like this Thai salad with prawns and caramelized coconut dressing is a delicious thing to look forward to and make even after a long day.
A popular Thai street snack that is wonderfully delicious – so good that you just can’t get enough of it.
If you are into miso, this miso and ginger fried chicken is for you. The recipe has miso written all over the plate and it is bursting with umami.
There are so many ways to cook pork, but this sticky Szechuan pork dish represents one of the best ways to cook them, juicy, crackling, and fatty.
For a flavorful weeknight bite, make turkey sloppy joe sandwiches with hoisin, ginger, lime, and soy sauce. But that’s not all, the filling is then topped with a Napa cabbage and pineapple slaw for the ultimate finish.
A comforting bowl of chicken curries should always be served with rice or bread to gather up all of the delicious sauce. You don’t want to miss a bite.
Spicy, sweet, tangy, sticky chicken is skewered and cooked on the grill before being served with a creamy avocado sauce, rice, and lime juice.
A bowl of comfort food happiness complete with pork belly, pork rind, and dark soy sauce for rich color.
For a spring gathering, this refreshing cucumber side is flavorful from toasted sesame seeds, ginger, lime, rice wine vinegar, soy sauce, and garlic.
Warm up with a bowl of chicken noodle soup spiked with ginger, Sriracha, and red curry. Just a sniff of this broth will chase away any winter blues.
A poppable snack with a whimsical appearance, but with ingredients and flavors that hold a bold trump card.
This adventurous barbecue joint with a mixture of Asian flavors uses every part of the cow, even all four stomachs.
Rendering duck fat and then braising these succulent duck legs takes time, but the final result is as satisfying as Thanksgiving dinner.
A Chinese-inspired dish from Thailand and Laos, this recipe is quick, easy, and totally delicious. Be ready for a kick of awesome spice.
There are many variation of basic buns that exist in most cuisines from the Himalayan region. Fill with kimchi, fresh flavors, and your favorite fillings.
Unripe mango spiced with red chilies, Asian shallots, and fish sauce is a great topping for burgers, tacos, or on its own as a flavorful salad.
Finger-licking Three Cup Chicken is a tender braised chicken in sesame oil, rice wine and soy sauce with Thai basil.
Sliders with a blend of Asian spices and fish sauce makes for a delicious meal served with sticky rice. Try it with an Asian-style mango salsa or hot sauce.
Served with rice and stir-fried vegetables, this dish has subtle flavors to allow the meat to shine and the orange to be present with each bite.
With Asian flavors, these turkey patties turn out anything but bland. Vegetable slaw in ginger dressing and an egg adds zip and richness to the burgers.
On a warm day, enjoy cold soba noodles with flavorful white miso and fresh vegetables. Add shelled edamame for a complete meal with protein.
Congee, a traditional rice porridge eaten throughout Asia, is known to be the ultimate comfort food.
A really simple cheat version of pad thai. Easy for weeknight dinners, and makes enough to have left overs for lunch and dinner.
How to successfully make Chinese Dumplings with a filling of your choice.
Tangy, baked bean curd chicken wings with honey.
Wok-tossed, golden tofu with a feisty sauce is good eating. Try these crispy morsels with honey-sesame glaze.
Simple soba noodles can quickly be combined for this perfect lunch creation, served warm or cold.
Historically, the approach of the new year has been celebrated by many cultures as a time of hope, directly represented by what was on the plate.
This asian inspired turbot dish with mushrooms, ginger and soy broth is light, bright and fresh.
At Martha in Fort Greene, Chef Andres Valbuena serves up a multi-cultural menu that riffs on cuisine from all corners of the globe.
Nice to see and nice to eat, these steamed rose buns truly are food for your eyes.
It doesn’t take beyond 15 minutes of prep time and 20 minutes to cook about 10 of these delightful parathas.
Here you go, these Madeleine cookies are easy to make and oh-so delicious.
Locals call it “die Thaiwiese” (the Thai-Meadow), a charming meadow located inside the small Wilmersdorfer Preußenpark in south western part of Berlin.
The fish sauce is optional, but it gives the dish that extra savory quality.
For Kee is tucked in on a back street in Sheung Wan, a quieter neighborhood to the west of Central on HK island.
New York was the first city on this gastro-culinary tour, with the night market taking place at Chelsea’s Maritime Hotel.
Traditionally, this is made with leftover rice and is flavored with Soy-sauce, lime or tamarind, meat, fish or vegetables.
This dish beckons a simple play of flavor and texture, and there is a lot of scope to personalize it.
This simple 15 Minute Poached Barramundi recipe is a tasty and nutritious idea for a weeknight meal.
Mariela Alvarez Toro substitutes noodles with parsley root in this take on the Vietnamese dish Pho.