Find plenty of recipes to help you and your family celebrate the Chinese New Year.
Ramen noodles are a kid-favorite, but the take-out variety can be really high in salt. It only takes a few minutes to make your own. Try serving them in a glass for a fun presentation!
The sweet and tangy marinade is sure to be a hit with your picky eater, who'll love holding the drumsticks in hand. For easier post-drumstick clean up, line the sheet pan with aluminum foil.
These veggie-packed Chinese pancakes look complicated, but take only 20 minutes to prepare and serve. Use shredded vegetables, wrap the mix in warm tortillas, and top with hoisin sauce, plum sauce or teriyaki sauce.
Help your kids learn about other cultures through cooking!
This side dish combines Oriental flavors with those of a holiday classic, still resulting in an empty bowl by the end of the meal.
These addictive meatballs taste like Chinese dumplings (which kids love) and the sweet dipping sauce makes them totally over-the-top irresistible. Plus, they bake in the oven which makes for fuss-free cooking and quick clean-up. Serve them with rice and
This quick and easy recipe is a great way to repurpose leftover rice, with optionals and notes along the way to make it even more delicious.
Make your own Chinese take-out-style vegetables at home.
A simple and savory slow-cook pork recipe.
Orange, soy and garlic combine in a delicious sauce that coats pork chops and baby bok choy perfectly.
Chicken thighs get a spicy treatment with honey and Chinese Five Spice Powder. The rich color and flavor combined with the tender thighs is a perfect meal any night of the week.
Oyster sauce and sesame oil give this traditional pork dumpling its rich flavor.