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Chinese takeout is well and good, but making your own Chinese food can be almost as quick, can save you money and allows you to adjust the dishes to your preferences.

Chinese Scallion Pancakes
These Chinese street food-style pancakes make a mouthwatering appetizer or snack.Read more
Black Rice is a nice change from brown, adding some drama to the plate, as well as a uniquely sweet and earthy flavor.Read more
A quick soup perfect for lunch or dinner. It can be transformed into egg-drop soup by stirring in eggs at the end.Read more
Using a traditional Asian diet as inspiration and guidance can be a fun and delicious way to eat healthfully.Read more
When a culinary culture has spent 1,000 years or so figuring out how to flavor something, you know it'll be worth trying.Read more
What's the key to making a terrific, flavorful stir-fry? Writer Sarah Mandel breaks it down.Read more
Sprouts star in this spicy salad. Beef, chicken and roasted peanuts are delicious in place of or in addition to the tofu.Read more
You don't need take out to enjoy this popular Chinese dish—it's easy to make and really tasty.Read more
China and Japan's have culinary traditions have been thousands of years in the making—which means time-tested recipes.Read more
Bok Choy is a bit of a two-for-one veggie, with its succulent dark green leaves and white stems, all deliciously edible.Read more

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