22 Quick and Easy Recipes in 30 Minutes (or less) + 5 Chef Secrets To Make You A Better Cook!
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Tired of take-out? Stay in and make your own! I’ve got you covered with some take-out recipes that you’ll love even more than the restaurant versions.
This cashew chicken with tender stir-fried chicken and roasted cashews in garlic sauce tastes just like take-out, only better.
This chicken curry recipe is family-friendly and easy enough for a busy weeknight. Serve it with basmati rice and dinner is done!
Made with easy-to-find ingredients, this shrimp pad thai tastes just like the one at your favorite Thai restaurant.
This delicious, flavor-packed variation on Chinese fried rice comes together in under 30 minutes.
Think of this Asian-style hot crab dip with crispy wonton chips as a deconstructed crab rangoon.
Kung Pao chicken, a classic Chinese takeout dish of stir-fried chicken, peanuts, and vegetables, is easy to make at home.
This tender and juicy roast chicken with a spicy and addictive green sauce is a longtime family (and reader) favorite.
Chicken tikka masala is a dish of marinated and broiled chunks of chicken in a creamy, spice-infused tomato sauce.
With this recipe, soft and pillowy homemade naan is within your reach — and you don’t need a tandoor oven to make it.
Deliciously spiced tandoori chicken with super-crispy skin is easy to make in the oven (and the chutney comes from a bottle).
When you’re craving Chinese food but don’t want to go out, this homemade beef with broccoli is the ticket.
There is much to love about this Chinese vegetable stir-fry: meaty shiitake mushrooms, crunchy broccoli, sweet bell peppers and a gingery, garlicky brown sauce.
You’ll be amazed at how authentic these Szechuan green beans taste — plus, they’re so easy to make.
This healthier version of the sweet and sour shrimp is one of the easiest (and tastiest) weeknight suppers you can make.
Master a classic Chinese restaurant dish at home with this simple and delicious General Tso’s Chicken recipe.