1. Red Lentils, Quinoa, and Greens with a Tahini Dressing
This nutritious dinner combines delicious and healthyquinoa, with wilted kale and spinach, all topped with an amazing tahini dressing. Follow Julie's simple cooking instructions to make this easy dinner that the whole family will enjoy.
2. Chinese Sweet and Sour Pork Stir Fry
In this homestyle version of sweet and sour pork, Linda Anusasananan transforms a restaurant favorite into a light and refreshing meal perfect for anytime of the year. This traditional Chinese dish can be served as a main course or a part of any multi-course meal.
3. Not Chicken Nuggets but Raw and Vegan
Are these the same thing you'll find at a fast food joint? No way. Are they better for you though? Without a doubt. Plus, they're a ton of fun to make.
4. Tips On How to Cook Beef And Broccoli
Watch this hilarious energetic video on how to cook Chinese style Beef and Broccoli. Also learn some tips on how to sharpen your blade without buying expensive equipment and how to make your dish look more delicious.
5. Taiwanese Noodles with Meat Sauce
Taiwanese noodles with a hearty meat sauce that is savory and incredible addictive!
6. Sweet 'n' Sour Chicken
The nation's favorite Chinese dish couldn't be easier or quicker to reproduce at home. Try and beat the takeaway, both on price and speed on sweet 'n' sour chicken.
7. BBQ Ribs & Spicy Wings
Big sporting events always lead to big gatherings of people, and the opportunity to cheer on your team means you can get your mates round and watch the game with some great food! Well what better than some sticky ribs and spicychicken wings to get your your mouth watering? These slow-cooked pork ribs with a homemade sticky marinade and super spicy chicken wings are perfect munch with mates.
8. Quail Yakitori with Baby Leeks & Cauliflower
Using a homemade teriyaki sauce, flavored with fresh ginger, chili and garlic, pickled and caramelised cauliflower, and delicious quail, Andrew's version of a classic Japanese Yakitori, is truly unique. Join Andrew Kojima in this Grokker Premium Video as he explores contemporary Japanese food, using wonderful British meat and poultry.
9. Easy Kung Pao Chicken
This classic Chinese dish features a dark and pungent sauce, spiked with chiles, glazed chunks of chicken and crunchy peanuts. Break the chiles in half and shake out the seeds to remove some of their fire or leave the seeds in if you like it very hot. Sichuan peppercorns, aka wild pepper or prickly ash, adds a woody, citrusy aroma and tingly numbing sensation. Watch this Grokker Premium video to see Hakka Chinese chef Linda Lau Anusasananan's demonstration of how to prepare this deliciousspicy Sichuan favorite.
10. The Perfect: Soup Dumpling (Xiao Long Bao)
Andrea Nguyen, chef and author of Asian Dumplings, takes CHOW to Shanghai Dumpling King in San Francisco for what she considers the perfect xiao long bao, or Shanghai soup dumpling. Chef and owner Lu Kuang has been making them for 25 years. Andrea chats with him in the kitchen, then explains how Lu gets the soup on the inside of the dumplings. Plus, the most important information: how to eat them without losing all the soup.