Side Recipes
The heat of the wok and baking soda is essential to tenderizing the delicious beef slices.
Serves 6
What was once a movie spectacle can become a reality! Sharpen your knife skills, and this delicious Ratatouille will be a piece of cake to make!
Serves 20
Miss the good ol' days of fried chicken and coleslaw? Try my vegan Asian slaw recipe: same deliciousness without the mayonnaise!
A classic dish out of the Cantonese kitchen! Quick stir-fried bok choy with oyster sauce-- Yum!
Serves 3
Look at these adorable rice balls! Make these today and customize it to your liking--cute and delicious!
Flavorful stir-fry using only the most nutritious of ingredients! This colorful vegan dish is phenomenal not only in looks but also tastes!
If you're looking for adventurous dishes, this sweet and salty rice dish is one to try!
Silk tofu breaks in an instant--you have got to be careful working with it and then some; only then will this dish come out stunningly.
This "sauce" goes excellent on toast, served alongside rice, or as a guac dip!
A super easy high-end flavorful crowd-pleasing side dish! Perfect dish for the holiday season of feasts.
Why buy jarred pickles when fresh ones are so easy to make? You can use the same marinade with carrots, cucumbers, or any other vegetable and get equally delicious results!
Serves 4
A little acidity goes a long way when paired with well-seasoned meats.
Garlic Noodles: one of my favorites from Disney World's Nine Dragons restaurant! Try it today and perhaps add your own twist with shrimp, tofu, or bell pepper!
A western adaptation to the classic Chinese pork and green bean dish-- even more tender with the premium legume: haricot vert!
This sweet twist on a classic savory snack makes the taste of everyone's favorite side dish that much more splendid! Try my take on garlic bread next time you make it!
For a vegan edition, omit fish sauce for salt! :)
If you're a garlic lover, then adding some to seasoned rice can make for a meal in itself!
One of my favorite dishes from childhood altered with a gourmet approach! Extremely delicious, juicy, and classic Asian potstickers.
It's essential to keep your flame on high at all times; the fire from the wok is vital to making the dish succulent and sumptuous.
A light side dish to cleanse the pallet from anything heavy or greasy, consider making a portion today and serve it with a delicious on-tray!
One of the most famous street foods in Thailand, Pad Thai is undoubtedly worth trying if you haven't already.
A simple, yet fruitful addition to a delicious sauce for a sweet and sour twist.
Similar to classic Chinese takeout, this Vegetarian fried rice is cheap and affordable for most, but with a gourmet twist.
Serves 12
Crab mix-- an essential for the famous California sushi roll. Also commonly served with poke, crab mix is easy-to-make and adds a unique, delicious taste to your dish's flavor profile.
This quick yet high-quality side dish is perfect to serve for a large gathering. Get a large wok and stir-fry a larger portion and you'll be all set in 15 minutes!
This no-hassle side is perfect to make on a busy weeknight. With just 10 minutes of prep and 20 minutes baking time in the oven, you'll have a tasty side to complement your meal. Quick, healthy, delicious!
Serves 15
Consider adding this to your next pasta dish; you will be impressed by the flavor and texture that such a simple technique can transform your herbs.
Easy to make ahead and reheat, this vegan fried rice is a great dish to prepare in advance of a busy week!
Get the maximum sweetness out of your bell peppers today with this recipe! Feel free to substitute the mini peppers for their larger counterparts; the only downsides are that it will take longer to cook and may not be as sweet.
Asian fusion food at its finest. While warm avocado can appear to be bizarre, it tastes absolutely amazing and complements each of the other components of the dish.
Try this new take on the classic bacon and brussels sprouts dish! The flavor has much more depth, which makes it a great side dish to serve along with your favorite dish.
Spice up your day with this Thai pickled cucumber recipe! The taste is reminiscent of that of the Green Papaya Salad, but without the need to hassle to find the exotic ingredients.
My favorite part about this dish is that it is so versatile! The combinations of mushrooms that I could use are endless, and no matter which combination, the dish would still taste amazing.
Try this simple Mexican spiced version of corn while it is sweet and in season. It's sweet, spicy, savory, and sour; four flavors in one!
These are similar to the classic Chinese scallion pancakes. Paired with my baked orange chicken recipe, this recipe will make the tastiest Asian-inspired chicken & waffles!