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  • Beef and Broccolini Stir Fry with Rice Noodles

    Using different meats and vegetables in this basic stir fry gives you multiple ways to adapt it. With so many ways to keep it new, this fresh and flavorful stir fry is anything but boring.

  • Manhattan Sesame-Hoisin Pulled Pork Sliders

    Whether you’re in San Francisco, Manhattan, or even London, Chinatown means lively streets crammed with friendly crowds and splendid aromas, and shops filled with exotic ingredients and hardworking merchants. From Shanghai to Chicago, the pleasing flavors of sesame and hoisin belong with pork.

  • Chinese Chicken Salad

    Make this ahead by preparing the dressing and salad parts separately. Keep the salad refrigerated until ready to toss with the dressing and serve.

  • Shrimp on Lemongrass Skewers

    This Thai-inspired recipe includes Galangal - ginger's more pungent and fiery cousin. The combination of exotic spices in this dish will both excite and surprise!

  • Lemongrass Salad

    Lemongrass, coconut and other Thai-spices blend with shrimp and chicken to create a unique and satisfying warm salad.


    Asian noodles, prawns and vegetables are given a sweet salty sauce and spooned into crisp lettuce leaves to enjoy with the hands. A wonderful dish to enjoy with a French Sancerre or Alsatian Dry Riesling.

  • Steamed Pork and Prawn Dim Sum

    A traditional Chinese appetizer or banquet dish, these dim sum are steamed in wonton wrappers and filled with pork, prawns, carrots and seasonings.

  • Hoisin-Ginger Glazed Chicken

    This sweet and salty chicken is a real crowd-pleaser. You may make the chicken and/or glaze a day or two ahead and keep refrigerated. Just before serving, re-heat the chicken on the grill pan. Glaze it in the final two minutes of cooking.

  • Garden Chicken Stir Fry & Jasmine Rice

    Treat your family to fresh and healthy fare with this classic chicken stir fry with your choice of fresh vegetables.

  • Spicy Hoisin Chicken and Cashew Stir Fry

    For a fast, healthful and complete meal, serve this over fast cooking brown rice or white rice.