Easy Egg Rolls are sure to save you time, time and time again. Homemade egg rolls might seem intimidating, but you might be surprised how easy it is to make restaurant-quality appetizers at home! Filled with juicy pork and aromatic vegetables, these rolls are crispy and delectable. Best of all, you can make these easy homemade egg rolls up to a day in advance of when you plan to serve them. Easy Egg Rolls are a delicious appetizer or side to your stir-fry meal!
Skillet Beef, Broccoli, and Ramen brings three musketeers of flavor together for a great culinary adventure! The beef is tender, juicy, and savory, the broccoli is crunchy and green, and the ramen is ready to soak up all the fantastic tastes! With aromatic garlic, a tangy and sweet sauce with real depth of flavor, and a little heat, Skillet Beef, Broccoli, and Ramen takes a little time and patience to make, but the results are fresher and tastier than anything you can get delivered.
A Chinese restaurant classic straight from your stove-top! Mongolian Beef and Broccoli is a singularly sensational sautéed dish, with a sweet and savory sauce coating tender strips of tenderloin and crunchy broccoli. Fragrant garlic and spicy ginger only add to the bouquet of tastes, which are delightful when piled on top of your favorite rice. Mongolian Beef and Broccoli practically jumps off the plate with its amazing taste, and you'll be jumping with excitement to eat it!
Takeout menus may differ from Chinese restaurant to Chinese restaurant, but one dish remains constant: Szechuan Beef. But you don't need to call up delivery to enjoy the spicy and savory slices of steak paired with stir-fry classics. All you need is a frying pan or wok and a little patience: it's actually fairly simple to get some beautiful char and a sweet tangy sauce on some bright, sweet bell peppers, crunchy carrots, and tender onions, all of which pair beautifully with the steak. Szechuan Beef looks and tastes like the best version of itself, so you may be tempted to just make it yourself from now on!
Also called Ma Yi Shang Shu, Ants on a Tree is a Sichuan Chinese classic whose English name sparks debate to this day. According to most sources, whoever saw this dish visualized the tender noodles as tree branches, the soft, sweet, and earthy cabbage as leaves, and the juicy, savory ground pork as ants. It's quite an interesting image, but it doesn't quite sell how amazing Ants on a Tree tastes! The sauce is tangy, smoky-sweet, and aromatic, with notes of nuttiness and deep umami, perfect for bringing out the best in each bite. Its name might provoke interpretation, but its flavor rings loud and clear!
The classic combination might be spaghetti and meatballs, topped with a scarlet tomato sauce, but Kung Pao Spaghetti shows just how versatile those noodles can be! The spaghetti is just as tender as ever, but now it's coated in a savory, spicy, and tangy sauce, with the heady aroma of garlic infusing each bite. Kung Pao Spaghetti brings the meatiness with sautéed bites of chicken and the crunch with roasted peanuts. This is a dish designed to shake up your pasta night dinners without adding more to your schedule! The only thing it adds to is your amazing night in!
There's no getting around it; Kung Pao Meatballs taste like the classic stir-fry but in sphere form! The chicken meatballs are savory, juicy, and infused with aromatic soy sauce and garlic. Then the meatballs are coated in a thick, glossy, and tangy sauce with a bounty of sweet bell peppers and spicy dried chilis that only add to the meatiness of the meatball flavor. Kung Pao Meatballs taste like a special occasion and look spectacular when piled over white rice and topped with crunchy peanuts. You'll be circling back to this meal time and time again!
Let's face it: whenever you order beef and broccoli from your local Chinese restaurant, the beef is the part you want the most, and it always feels like there's never enough. Mongolian Steak and Broccoli ensures everyone gets their fill of marvelous meat without missing on that sweet, tangy sauce. Each steak is coated in a glaze infused with smoky brown sugar, fragrant garlic, and full-bodied ketchup before being grilled to your preferred level of doneness. Mongolian Steak and Broccoli even provides tender, garden-fresh broccoli florets as a refreshing side. This speedy and special dinner may just be what you turn to instead of a take-out menu!
Stir-fry is already a delicious weeknight dinner treat, but this one outranks them all! The General Tso Stir Fry brings the sweet and spicy classic sauce to the homefront, bringing a tasty reinforcement to the classics of fatty, rich chicken thighs and crunchy, garden-fresh broccoli, adding extra meatiness and tanginess to each bite. You'll be marching in mouthful after mouthful of this dish one after the other, just to ensure you don't miss even the tiniest bit of the flavor. The General Tso Stir Fry is a victory for home cooking!