On Jan. 31, welcome the Year of the Horse with delicious Chinese recipes perfect for a new year's celebration.
Help your kids learn about other cultures through cooking!
Noodles are a traditional food for Chinese New Year: their length symbolizes longevity.
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.
A simple and savory slow-cook pork recipe.
Your kids will love this recipe from chef Andrew Zimmern for Chinese peanut-sesame noodles.
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.
Any Chinese restaurant worth its soy sauce can make a good wonton soup. But once you and your child try our version, you might never go back.
This flavorful finger food will be gone in seconds. Store-bought wonton wrappers make prepping these delicious dumplings a snap. They can also be made ahead and stored in the freezer for up to a month.
Orange, soy and garlic combine in a delicious sauce that coats pork chops and baby bok choy perfectly.
This is the perfect way to send someone you love a message!
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.
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.
Crunchy golden egg rolls wrap around savory chicken, onions and peppers for a delicious dinner the whole family will love. Try baking instead of frying for a more calorie-conscious version.
Make your own Chinese take-out-style vegetables at home.
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.
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.
Ah, the power of tofu. It's inexpensive, incredibly good for you, kids love it, and you can treat it like a blank canvas. The trick is to use tofu's mild sponginess to your own advantage. Here the tofu gets browned in a pan with soy sauce and lemon juice.
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.
Water chestnuts provide a crunchy contrast to the shrimp's delicate texture and flavor in these Asian dumplings.
This hearty vegetarian side dish tempts kids with colorful broccoli, bell peppers, and crunchy cashews.
Nian Gao, or Chinese New Year's Cake
Moo Shu Vegetables
Oriental Shredded Pork
Chinese Peanut-Sesame Noodles
Spicy Green Beans with Pork
Wonderful Wonton Soup
Chicken or Pork and Shrimp Dumplings
Orange Pork Chops and Baby Bok Choy
Sweet Fortune Cookies
Chicken Lo Mein
Easy Fried Rice
Chicken and Pepper Egg Rolls
Chinese Take-Out Vegetables
Crispy Tofu with Green Veggie Stir-fry
Honey Five-Spice Chicken Thighs
Chinese-Style Turkey Meatballs
Broccoli and Cashew Stir-Fry
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