Galangal is a cousin to ginger and is quite popular in SouthEast Asian cooking. You can find it in dishes such as Thai Coconut Chicken Soup (Tom Kha Gai) where galangal is a key ingredient. Even
Hainanese Chicken Rice features aromatic seasoned rice paired with tender poached chicken. Cook this entire dish in your Instant Pot quickly and easily without compromising any flavor.
Wonton Soup is the perfect complement to any Chinese meal. Simple chicken stock gets dressed up with a few ingredients, then paired with hearty pork and shrimp wontons.
Chicken Katsu is a Japanese dish featuring super crispy chicken paired with a tangy tonkatsu sauce. Simple and economical yet incredibly delicious!
Kung Pao Chicken is a Chinese takeout favorite that features stir-fried tender chicken, green bell pepper and crunchy peanuts in a bold and tangy dark sauce.
Stir-Fried Ginger Sesame Chicken with Bok Choy features tender chicken paired with baby bok choy and mushrooms, stir-fried in a savory and tangy sauce.
Thai Tom Yum Chicken is a unique spin on the ever-popular Thai soup. Experience the fresh and vibrant Tom Yum flavors in this easy recipe that takes just minutes to prepare but delivers maximum flavor.
This hearty Thai Red Curry Chicken features a thick luscious sauce loaded with incredible flavor! Tender chicken is paired with buttery pumpkin, then topped with fresh cilantro leaves and Thai basil.
Tender pieces of marinated chicken breast are stir-fried, then coated in a luxuriously creamy peanut sauce. Make this easy Thai Peanut Chicken in a snap; even on your busiest weeknights!
Tender chicken smothered in an incredible savory sauce with crunchy roasted cashews and green bell pepper. Get this Chinese restaurant style Cashew Chicken on your dinner table in less time than ordering takeout!
Pad Kee Mao (Thai Drunken Noodles) is a stir-fry that features wide rice noodles tossed in a classic Thai sauce, ground pork or chicken with an assortment of fresh vegetables. The fresh Thai basil adds a fantastic aroma and flavor profile to this popular street food.
General Tso’s Chicken is a Chinese-American favorite! Lightly battered crispy chicken covered in a sweet, tangy and spicy sauce. Skip the takeout and make it at home tonight!
This super easy Teriyaki Chicken will be your new favorite go-to weeknight meal. The chicken is so flavorful while the sauce is rich and thick. Nobody will believe it took just minutes to prepare!
A good chicken stock sets the foundation for great soups but can add so much flavor to other dishes as well. This Basic Chinese Chicken Stock provides just the right authentic flavor for Chinese soups and dishes.
Tom Kha Gai (Thai Coconut Chicken Soup) features creamy coconut milk infused with lemongrass, galangal, and kaffir lime leaves. Tender pieces of chicken, mushrooms and cherry tomatoes add heartiness to this soup, while the aromatics add so much depth of flavor. Make this authentic Thai recipe in less than 30 minutes!
Sizzling Rice Soup features a light broth with vegetables, chicken or shrimp, and topped with toasty crispy rice. The sizzling and crackling sounds of the piping hot crispy rice as it is poured into the soup is sure to impress your guests. Now you can make this Chinese restaurant favorite at home!
A good broth such as this Basic Clear Chicken Soup paired with a good tare sets the foundation for a great bowl of ramen.
Chicken Chashu is a spin on the popular Pork Belly Chashu ramen topping. Rolled chicken thighs are pan-fried, braised in a sweet soy sauce, then left to marinade to soak in the delicious seasoning.