Our take on beef and broccoli using chicken will become your new go-to dinner recipe. A combination of soy sauce, hoisin sauce, fresh ginger, and toasted sesame oil makes a stir-fry sauce that's way better than takeout.
Savory-sweet peanut sauce transforms spaghetti into a quick and simple Asian-inspired dish, with a little help from chicken, red pepper, and broccolini.
Make the chicken in this stir-fry recipe even more flavorful by marinating it in soy sauce and rice vinegar. Our favorite part of this stir-fry is definitely the thick, garlicky sauce.
Green beans, red sweet peppers, and quick-pickled veggies give this stir-fry a bright pop of color. To make this dish even more enticing, top with a sprinkle of sesame seeds just before serving.
Turn up the heat for dinner tonight when you make this green curry chicken stir-fry. Green chiles give the curry paste in this dish its signature color and heat. Serving the stir-fry over brown rice makes it hearty.
Asian garlic-chili sauce and freshly grated ginger bring bold and tangy flavor to this 20-minute chicken stir-fry. Top with cilantro and sweet, crunchy peppers before serving.
If you want to practice with your chopsticks, the chicken meatballs in this recipe will probably be easier pick up than the usual shredded or chopped chicken. Pineapple juice, rice wine vinegar, and ground ginger flavor the sauce.
Not Asian-inspired, this Mediterranean take on chicken stir fry relies on cumin, coriander, and paprika to give it a boost of flavor. But like some of our favorite Asian dishes, this recipe is a little sweet and savory by stirring in fresh pomegranate seeds.
If a heartier stir-fry is what you're looking for, look no further than this chicken and veggie recipe. It's packed with shredded cabbage, mushrooms, asparagus spears, and even apple slices, so your stomach won't growl through the night.
Spice up your weeknight with a fast-fix chicken stir-fry that gets its sweet, bold flavor from hot chile peppers and fresh mango.
Pad Thai is an easy dish known for its combination of light and fresh flavors. Lime juice, green onions, and cilantro brighten it, while chicken, chopped peanuts, and bean sprouts add delicious crunch and texture.
Frozen vegetables and quick-cooking brown rice make this 30-minute stir-fry an easy weeknight meal. With only 350 calories, it's a dish you can feel good about serving to your family.
Make this restaurant favorite at home with Asian-style dressing, honey-roasted peanuts, and fresh lime. In only 20 minutes, you'll have delicious lettuce wraps for a healthy lunch or dinner.
Say good-bye to takeout! Make restaurant-worthy sesame chicken by investing in a few Asian pantry ingredients. This full-flavor dish has a good mix of salty from the soy sauce, a hint of sweet from the honey, and a kick of heat from chili paste.
Sauteed pineapple and hot peppers get a touch of cool from coconut milk in this crowd-pleasing 20-minute stir-fry recipe. We agree with the recipe reviewer who said it's even better served with rice.
Refresh leftover chicken by tossing it into a bold stir fry, complete with crisp snow peas, sweet red pepper, stir fry sauce, and egg noodles. Add cashews for the perfect finish.