Blending exotic flavors and textures for a delicious Asian-inspired meal is easier than you think when you use our recipes starring chicken.
Almost as easy as takeout, this savory dish is a delicious as you unwind at the end of a hectic weekday.
Slow-simmering makes this tangy sweet and sour chicken melt in your mouth. Serve it with vegetable fried rice.
A blend of crushed red pepper and Asian-style sesame-ginger dressing adds a delicious flavor to this simple chicken dinner. Honey-roasted peanuts add crunch.
Coconut curls and fresh cilantro top this spicy chicken dish, served with a side of steamed white rice.
Add beneficial nutrients to your Asian-inspired meal by serving brown rice instead of white using this technique.
Six ingredients and 20 minutes put a great chicken pasta dish with a Thai twist onto your table.
Thanks to quick-cooking chicken, convenient broccoli slaw mix, and an easy peanut sauce, 25 minutes is all it takes to wrap up a dinner bursting with the intriguing flavors of the Pacific Rim.
Chicken stir-fried with a Szechwan spicy sauce and lots of colorful vegetables served over rice is a quick, delicious dinner.
Jicama, a crisp root vegetable, stars in this grilled chicken salad with carrot, cucumbers, and enoki mushrooms. A light sprinkling of peanuts adds crunch and flavor.
Thanks to bottled stir-fry sauce, this is a quick meal you can whip up during the busy work week. If you like, substitute regular button mushrooms for shiitake. Many supermarkets sell button mushrooms already washed and sliced.
Thirty minutes to a fresh, hot, homemade stir-fry -- that beats takeout any day! Hoisin sauce and sesame oil are two convenient additions that bring complex, aromatic flavor.
Pasta steps in for steamed rice in this Asian-inspired salad. Be sure to purchase an Asian salad dressing to stay true to the salad's intended flavor.
This spicy combination of chicken, pea pods, chili oil, and crushed red pepper is tossed with Chinese egg noodles and sweet red pepper for this colorful main-dish salad.
Bright chunks of red sweet pepper add a festive note to this sesame-flavor salad.
Kung Pao means "guardian of the throne." Legend has it that this ginger- and garlic- accented dish was named for one of the throne's guardians who woke up hungry in the middle of one night and commanded his personal chef to make him a snack. This was the result.