This is such a simple, satisfying, comforting and healthy soup recipe that works well as a side or main dish. If the broth and pot-stickers are already prepared then the soup ultimately comes together quickly for busy weeknight dinners.
Jiaozi (Chinese dumplings) is a traditional Chinese dish that is popular during the Chinese New Year celebration. The pronunciation of this Chinese pot-sticker resembles the sound of a word for money so the tradition is to serve them during the New Year festivities as a promise of wealth and luck in the coming year.
This sauce makes a quick and easy stir-fry with your choice of meat and veggies. Serve over steamed rice.
These asian-inspired meatballs served with sweet & sour sauce are a tasty treat, especially when served over rice. They are a perfect appetizer for a party because they can finish cooking in a slow-cooker while you focus on other elements of the party.
This sweet and sour sauce makes a beautiful, shiny glaze for meats and vegetables. My family usually makes sweet and sour meatballs served over quinoa or steamed rice.
Make this healthier version of egg rolls without losing any of the taste. I usually use egg roll wrappers for more substantially-sized rolls but wonton wrappers make smaller egg rolls that are the perfect size for a cocktail or tapas party.