A simple noodle dish that’s spicy, salty, and slighty tangy that can be prepared in under 10 minutes.
A quick and flavorful duck-based noodle soup dish.
Velveting meat is a common practice in Chinese cooking to tenderize meat prior to cooking.
A vegetarian stir fry dish using ingredients that keep for a long while.
A simple way to use up all the odd bits of vegetables in the fridge.
Super spicy, loads of flavor, wonderfully textured pork.
Egg drop soup with a bit more flavor.
Slow-cooked noodle soup recipe using any cut of beef.
Throw some oil over fish.
Simple Chinese noodle dish.
When you’re in the mood for something salty.
Cold noodles with hot seasoned beef.
Low effort and reliable approach to preparing congee.
Sweet and spicy Korean dish.
Sliced pork belly cooked with peppers
Simple way to prepare char siu pork at home without any specialized equipment or techniques.
I have no idea why this is considered “Mongolian”.
A simplified approach to preparing a fairly classic Korean dish.
A classic Chinese chicken dish, vastly simplified.
Basically the same as General Tso’s Chicken, but with shrimp.
Just the dumpling wrappers.
So much halal.
A Cantonese staple.
Probably my favorite Chinese noodle dish.
A pantry staple.
You’ve probably seen this at American Japanese restaurants.
A non-traditional approach to bulgogi.
Probably the simplest way to prepare white rice.
The simplest approach to preparing egg drop soup.
Sweet, spicy, and gelatinous with plenty of aromatics.