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.
2. Shrimp Jambalaya
Paella. Jambalaya. Arroz con Pollo. what do these dishes have in common? A lot, actually. All are made by sauteing some aromatics like onions and garlic. Adding some sausage or other flavoring (like saffron), rice, and stock, and simmering with a protein (seafood or chicken or a combination). About 20 minutes later dinner is served!
3. How To Make Jambalaya
This classic New Orleans dish dish is loaded with Creole spices and comes together in three easy steps.
4. Paleo Recipes - How to Make Omelet Muffins
These paleo-style, muffin-shaped omelets with meat and vegetables are easy to make and easily adaptable.
5. 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.
6. Carne Asada with Smoky Flank Steak & Peppers
The flank steak is one of those overlooked cuts of meat, but cooking it on a very high heat with the right tips can make this meat perfect as the Carne Asada. Seasoned with cumin, brown sugar, coriander, paprika, and much more, this dish from Chef Billy Parisi is a Mexican favorite. Watch this Grokker Premium video and all of Billy's videos in his Prime Cut series.
7. Sweet Corn Polenta with Ratatouille
Need a summer stew that is fresh and simple? This French style ratatouille dish made with fresh corn polenta, squash, eggplants, tomatoes, capers, garlic, and raisins is just perfet! Chef Staffan Terje shares his take on a classic dish in this Grokker Premium video.
8. Hakka-Style Chinese Chow Mein with Shrimp
This recipe was created by Hakka (Han Chinese) chefs in India for their Indian customers. It is very much like a basic Chinese chow mein or lo mein, except for the generous addition of fresh chiles and pepper. If you like it even hotter, serve with a small bowl of soy sauce, seasoned with minced fresh chiles. If you like it mild, leave out the chiles and reduce the black pepper. In this Grokker Premium video Linda demonstrates this recipe that she learned from Peter Tseng at Tangra Asian Fusion Cuisine in Queens, NY, where they call it Garlic Noodles.
9. Seared Steak Fajitas
For a fast, low-calorie dinner, try this Tex-Mex classic. It uses top round steak, which is a very lean cut of beef, plus it packs plenty of fresh flavor. Other lean cuts of beef, like eye of round or top sirloin, will also work in this recipe.
10. Vegan Recipe: Fajita Quesadillas
Chef Roberto Martin puts a twist on a childhood favorite with a vegan fajita quesadilla that trades meat for a colorful array of deliciously seasoned veggies!