Great as a healthier side dish or as a vegan-friendly main dish with crumbled tofu, our quick quinoa fried “rice” with mixed vegetables comes together faster than waiting for takeout or delivery. All that’s standing between you and dinner is 25 minutes and six simple ingredients. Read more now to get the recipe!
There’s no need to leave the comfort of your own home when you can whip up the best slow cooker chicken teriyaki after a long day at work. The exceptionally flavorful poultry is so juicy, ideal for serving over rice with your favorite vegetables. You can skip the restaurant and you won’t regret it. Get the recipe now.
If crunchy, fiery chicken is your jam, this baked General Tso’s will make your taste buds go gaga. In this lightened-up version, the chicken is coated with cornflakes, baked until golden, and then bathed in a sticky glaze of honey and chili paste. Read on to add this tangy recipe to your homemade takeout collection.
There’s no need to order takeout to get your appetizer fix – make pan-fried chicken pot stickers in your own kitchen instead! With premade wonton wrappers and a simple poultry and vegetable filling, they’re easy to prepare, and sesame oil brings a depth of flavor to the crispy exterior that you can’t get anywhere else.
Take green beans to the next level with this spicy garlic PF Chang’s copycat recipe. It’s so easy to make this simple, flavorful side at home in your wok or frying pan, with basic pantry ingredients, spices, and your favorite hot sauce. Alongside your favorite protein, dinner is served. Get the recipe now on Foodal.
Making lo mein at home doesn’t have to be difficult, even with a small kitchen space. Make it as complicated or as simple as you like, with this recipe. We’ll teach you how to utilize fresh or frozen vegetables, as well as your favorite combination of chicken, beef, and shrimp. The marinade and sauce are homemade, too! Read more now on Foodal.com.
Since my childhood in Asia, fried rice has always been my comfort food, and it’s what I turn to when I crave something familiar. It’s easy to make, and can be tweaked to suit your preferences. Best of all, it’s a delicious and affordable meal that keeps you feeling full for a long time. It’s the taste of Asia reduced down to a single bowl. Get the recipe from Foodal today!
This dish is such a delightful number to add to your Paleo lineup because of the different textures and flavors it packs. From the varied textures from cabbage, celery, and water chestnuts to the palate satisfying combinations of sesame oil and coconut aminos, this was just a pure win! While this dish is sometimes called ‘Lo …