Cuisine - Asian
This sauce is sweet, savory and sensational with salmon.
This slow-roasted Chinese-Hawaiian pulled pork is marinated in a sweet, garlicky sauce that turns into a sticky, flavorful glaze. Seasoned with Chinese five spice, ginger, pineapple juice and Sriracha, Char Siu (or "fork roast") makes fantastic sliders and is easy to prepare ahead and reheat.
Prep time: 15 min
Cook time: 3-4 hr
Shichimi togarashi, or "seven flavor chile pepper," is a popular Japanese seasoning mix that features the spicy sharpness of coarsely ground chiles with other traditional ingredients, including garlic, sesame seeds, ginger and more. It complements rich and meaty salmon perfectly.
Active time: 20-25 min
Non-active time: 1-2 hour
A Korean-American invention, these tacos are extremely popular at food carts up and down the West Coast. For an authentic experience, serve them with a variety of accompaniments, such as kimchi and gochujang sauce. Makes 12 tacos.
One of the most enjoyed Korean dishes in the Western World, this thinly sliced steak is traditionally served with rice, lettuce leaves and kimchee – a spicy pickled cabbage. Simple and delicious, our method takes less time than most recipes.
These Southeast Asian spring rolls surprise with juicy pork loin and stir-fry vegetables wrapped up in tender crêpes, finished with a sweet and savory sauce. For gluten-free crêpes, use only all-purpose, gluten-free flour to prepare slightly thicker crêpes, and serve immediately. Be sure to check sauce and filling ingredients for alternatives to guarantee a gluten-free meal. Serves 4.
An excellent appetizer or side, edamame – soybeans in the pod – are rich in carbohydrates, protein, fiber and micronutrients. Enjoy this simple recipe with your favorite Japanese or Chinese cuisine.
A rich source of healthy omega-3s, this soy-glazed salmon is made even better when topped with tropical pineapple relish and served with rice and cucumber salad. Serves 4.
Savory steak meets crisp salad. Light and satisfying, this flavorful combination is the quintessential summer entrée.
Healthy, quick and delicious pho has rapidly gained popularity in the U.S. Traditionally served with thinly sliced beef, pork, chicken, fish or shrimp, our chef's twist includes flavorful Vietnamese Chicken Meatballs* that are worth the extra effort.