From stir-frys to noodle dishes to salads, these flavorful Asian-inspired recipes will really add an international flair to meal-planning.
Welcome the Thai New Year with this traditional dish.
The green beans in this classic Chinese dish take on the flavors of ginger, chili, and garlic. And the spice is just right -- not too hot for most kids but a bit of a kick for Mom and Dad.
Chef Andrew Zimmern shares an adventurous recipe for Korean Fried Chicken Fingers that your kids will love!
This recipe comes from the kitchen of Jeanne Lemlin, a James Beard Foundation award winner and author of five vegetarian cookbooks. Her latest title is "Vegetarian Classics" (HarperCollins).
Stir up a potful of this famous soup at home.
Satay is an excellent dish for introducing kids to the flavors of the East. These skewers of grilled marinated beef and the spicy-sweet peanut dipping sauce have kid appeal from every angle.
A great way to introduce kids to international food.
The best part about this colorful Chinese dish is its versatility -- you can pick and choose the vegetables you include to accommodate your family's tastes.
A well-known soup that you can make easily at home.
An Indian favorite, Mango Lassi is a refreshing beverage made with fully ripened mangoes.
These wraps are a family slow cooker favorite.
Part chicken salad, part coleslaw, this unique dish features a prepared mix, so it comes together quickly -- especially if you buy a roasted chicken. Serve it as a salad, as shown here, or in a sandwich wrap.
It's fun for kids to nibble these tender meatballs straight from the skewer or slide them off and wrap them in Boston or Bibb lettuce leaves along with slivers of cucumber, shredded carrots, and sprigs of fresh cilantro or mint.
This flavor-packed Japanese meal is a cinch to make when you use chicken cutlets that you've already prepared.
Oyster sauce and sesame oil give this traditional pork dumpling its rich flavor.
Using just five ingredients, kids can prepare an authentic Asian snack.
Teach your kids the art of sushi rolling with easy wrap sandwiches that make delicious on-the-go lunches.
This sweet and savory Asian dish is a terrific way to introduce kids to protein-rich tofu and a healthful alternative to the typical high-fat, high-sodium Chinese restaurant favorites.
Grilled chicken and tropical fruits seasoned with a citrusy curry sauce give this colorful salad plenty of kid appeal.
A combination of soy, ginger, and sesame, along with crispy fried tofu, give this tasty pasta salad its classic Asian flavors.
Spicy Green Beans with Pork
Korean Fried Chicken Fingers
Vegetable Fried Rice
Egg Drop Soup
Indonesian Beef Satay With Peanut Sauce
Chicken Lo Mein
Mu Shu Chicken Wraps
Asian Chicken Slaw
Vietnamese Grilled Pork Meatballs
Japanese Chicken-and-Egg Rice Bowl
California Sushi Wrap
Crispy Tofu with Green Veggie Stir-fry
Thai Chicken, Mango & Pineapple Salad
Asian Noodle Salad with Sesame Tofu Bites
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