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This is a quick and easy version of Mulligatawny, the curry-flavored soup popular in Anglo-Indian cuisine.
Made with a rotisserie chicken, this hearty chili is a one-pot meal you can have on the table in under an hour.
This Chinese-style cauliflower fried rice is a healthy, low-carb dish that’s hearty enough to serve as a main course.
Generously seasoned and topped with a BBQ glaze, this turkey meatloaf is full-flavored and satisfying.
This kale salad is meant to be a side dish, but if you’re anything like me, you may find yourself eating the whole lot of it for dinner.
Andrea Nguyen’s savory-sweet char siu chicken is both easy to make and hard to resist.
This chicken curry recipe is family-friendly and easy enough for a busy weeknight. Serve it with basmati rice and dinner is done!
Boldly flavored with ginger, lime and chili pepper, these light and vibrant lettuce cups touch all your taste sensations.
Made almost entirely from pantry and freezer staples, this is the perfect dish when you have to hit the kitchen running.
When you’re craving Chinese food but don’t want to go out, this dish of tender steak and crisp broccoli in a rich brown sauce always satisfies.
Made from fresh salmon and dill, these salmon cakes are as elegant as crab cakes but much more affordable to make.
These easy Asian beef bowls made from ground beef, hoisin sauce, ginger and garlic are a quick-fix family favorite!
This healthier version of the Chinese restaurant-style sweet and sour shrimp is one of the easiest (and tastiest) weeknight suppers you can make.
Tuna poke is a traditional Hawaiian salad of raw tuna marinated in soy sauce, sesame oil, and onions. Here it’s served over sushi rice with your favorite toppings.
This roasted salmon quinoa bowl with green goddess dressing is loaded with protein, healthy fats, and fiber.