Chinese

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A classic of Chinese take-out, Hunan Beef is known for its smoky, tangy flavor and spice. This recipe for Hunan Beef reins in the spiciness to a pleasant heat so you can fully enjoy the sweet, sour, and umami sauce with tender slices of steak and fresh vegetables. In the same amount of time that it would take to pick a restaurant, order, and have food delivered, you can have a hot, freshly-made dish on the table, ready to enjoy. You can satisfy your craving for Asian cuisine without needing to pick up a phone.

Posted: December 15
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Hunan Chicken is a part of the Eight Great Traditions of Chinese cooking, renowned worldwide for its spicy flavors. Normally you could only get this incredible stir-fry from your local restaurant, but now you can enjoy it to your heart's content anytime you want without ever having to order delivery. Hot, savory, meaty, and filled with fresh vegetables, Hunan Chicken goes beyond satisfaction into pure bliss. It's just as much fun to make as it is to eat!

Posted: April 19
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Mongolian beef is one of the great classics of Chinese restaurants, with roots in Taiwanese barbeque. Copycat Mongolian Beef ensures you never have to call for take-out again when you're craving that sweet-and-sour, tangy sauce with juicy slices of beef. In fact, Copycat Mongolian Beef can be on the table faster than any delivery, making it possible for you to enjoy it at its peak flavor. Weeknight dinners just got a lot more interesting.

Posted: December 1
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When the week starts truly getting hectic, you need a meal that you can make without breaking a sweat (or the bank). Life-Saving Fried Rice only asks that you pour the ingredients in a baking dish, stir, and bake. The result is a fluffy and hearty rice dish with crispy bacon and the savory, tangy, and sweet flavors of fried rice—without the frying pan. Mixed with tender vegetables, Life-Saving Fried Rice is a complete meal in one dish, so you can be a hero at dinnertime while staying on top of your schedule!

Posted: February 15
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Whether you're seeking a healthier diet or just want a refreshing light main course, Healthy Lemon Chicken has you covered. Seared to a golden brown and covered in a sweet, bright, and tangy sauce, Healthy Lemon Chicken is juicy, savory, and tangy—so even though it's healthy, it's still got a taste that will blow you away! Low-fat and high-flavored, this dish is perfect when served alongside brown rice or mixed greens!

Posted: February 22
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Put a (citrus) twist on traditional orange chicken! Chinese Lemon Chicken has the same sweetness, tang, and savory flavor as its more well-known counterpart, but with a sharper, zestier, and slightly sweeter sauce that will get your tastebuds dancing! Chinese Lemon Chicken can be ladled over rice, which is perfect for making sure you catch every drop of this fantastic sauce. This is the new gold standard for home-cooked Asian cuisine that's actually golden in color!

Posted: January 20
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Char Siu is a Chinese style of barbecued pork renowned for its gorgeous red color and its unbelievable taste. The pork is fatty, meaty, and savory, and the taste is elevated by the sweet, tangy, and garlicky marinade. Char Siu rewards patience and preparation with pork that blows other barbecue dishes out of the water and makes enough so you can enjoy the leftovers for days afterward. You can eat this over fried or white rice, but you'll be immediately tempted to eat it on its own.

Posted: March 1
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Lion's Head Chinese Meatballs get their name from their distinctive, lion-head-like shape. They're a popular comfort food around Chinese New Year's, but they are of course enjoyed at any time of the year. Filled with tangy, sweet, and savory flavors and topped with a magnificent sweet soy sauce, Lion's Head Chinese Meatballs have a celebratory taste that will get you excited for whatever the new year holds!

Posted: February 1
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Why are you waiting 30 minutes for Chinese takeout? You can make Chicken Fried Brown Rice easily in your own kitchen in 20 minutes or less. That’s right, you can have the tangy, savory, salty favorite at its absolute freshest, steaming hot from your skillet. Chicken Fried Brown Rice also brings nutty, earthy flavors and fresh vegetables to pair with the tender chicken. Put down the takeout menu because you can treat your taste buds even better!

Posted: January 4
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No deep fryer? No problem! These delightful Baked Egg Rolls just require an oven to get that addictive crispy texture. Filled with chicken and veggies, Baked Egg Rolls make for a satisfying appetizer or savory snack. Serve with a sweet chili sauce for an authentic Chinese restaurant experience.

Posted: February 12