Let's face it. Summer is a time for fun, and some parents don't want to stay in a hot house all day and cook, while some just don't have the time or energy. This is the kind of meal that you just pop in the slow cooker and do whatever you and your family have to do for 6-8 hours. Then just put it in some lettuce wraps and eat! It's easy, fuss-free, and I think it tastes great.
This is a sure winner at any Asian feast. By baking them, they come out and stay crispy. I have found that deep fried spring rolls have to be eaten immediately to preserve their crispiness. This is also healthier. A must try!
Amazing Asian flavors in a filling pork chops dish. A classy-looking choice for date night.
Garlic lovers, here's the pork fried rice recipe for you. Great recipe for beginning cooks, this fried rice takes one skillet and only a few ingredients.
This easy sauce can be served with chicken in batter or crispy pork balls, with egg fried rice or just fries. Totally up to you.
Basic pork dumplings you can serve as a party appetizer or toss in chicken soup.
Great directions for pan frying pork wontons on your stove. Garlic adds a nice flavor boost to this simple recipe.
A tasty sauce covers this pork and sugar snap pea stir fry, and soaks into your rice too. A delicious plate of food that cooks faster than it would take to drive to the local Chinese joint.
Sweet and spicy pork stir fry. The sweet from pineapple, the spicy from crushed red pepper flakes. Add more (or apply a dose of Sriracha, the five-alarm chili sauce available at most Asian groceries) if you like a little more heat.
Ever have that problem stir frying veggies where some get overcooked and some undercooked? This recipe has a solution to that problem--staggering when you put the veggies into the pan like bicycle racers are staggered at the start of a time trial.
Italian noodles in a stir fry with pork and veggies. This is a version of what's known on the East Coast as "lo mein" and on the West Coast as "chow mein."
Who says the Irish get a monopoly on stew? This big pot of pork and veggies is flavored with popular Asian spices like ginger, soy sauce, and star anise (secret ingredient of sambuca, absinthe and other tasty liquors).
Wow your friends by making this delicious Asian appetizer at home.
Pork and shrimp combine in these authentic Chinese dumplings. Put 'em in chicken broth to make won-ton soup or eat 'em with the simple sauce below.
Tender pork, hot off the grill, makes a BBQed feast for eight of your favorite people. Vary the amount of cayenne based on how much heat you want.
A hearty stew full of three types of meat and scads of veggies.
A simple mix of Chinese flavors packs a big punch in this tasty pork tenderloin.