Here are this week’s most popular recipes, in no particular order:
Basic or plain fried rice makes a nice alternative to plain boiled rice as a side dish.
An easy recipe using tomato ketchup vinegar, and sugar.
A quick and easy stir-fry, that uses chile paste and orange juice.
One of my more popular recipes and a great choice for the weekend: battered and deep-fried chicken pieces with a tangy sweet and sour sauce.
The delicate flavor of baby bok choy doesn't need a lot of extra seasoning in this simple side dish.
Originally invented by a Chinese chef at Trader Vic’s restaurant, this Asian fusion recipe is a popular party appetizer.
This famous dish traditionally calls for peanuts, but you can substitute cashews if desired.
This chow mein dish is made with wonton noodles.
Feel free to use Chinese Broccoli.
A quick and easy recipe, using leftover chicken and rice.