Lamb is cut across the grain, making it extra tender, then stir-fried with asparagus in a flavorful sauce. This easy Lamb Stir-fry includes a nutritional breakdown.
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Got leftover ham from Easter dinner? Put it to use in these Chinese recipes using leftover ham. For example, Winter Melon Soup is made with ham and sweet winter melon, available year-round at Asian markets. (If winter melon is unavailable, you can substitute a whole cucumber). For a quick and easy meal during the week, try Curried Turkey (or Ham) Dinner: the recipe calls for cooked turkey but cooked ham can be substituted. And of course, there is always fried rice. Here is a basic fried rice recipe, made with cooked ham, peas and seasoned with oyster sauce. For something a bit more fancy, try Shrimp Fried Rice, made with shrimp, cooked ham and two types of onion.
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Still stuck for ideas for Easter brunch or dinner? Here are a few suggestions:
It's true that nothing beats the appearance and texture of Szechuan dry-fried green beans. Still, steaming the beans lets them retain more of their nutrients. In this Easy Green Bean recipe, green beans are steamed and then tossed with the same spicy sauce you find in dry-fried green beans. Toasted sesame seeds add the final touch.