Tonkatsu, or Japanese pork cutlet, is a fast, easy dish of panko-coated pork cutlets, shallow-fried and served with a distinctive sweet and tangy sauce.
Adapted to use ingredients that are readily available in U.S. markets, the Asian recipes in our collection have been inspired by the cuisines of China, Japan, Vietnam, Thailand and Korea.
Satisfy your craving for Thai food at home with our easy Shrimp Pad Thai recipe. It’s light, flavorful, quick to prepare, and made entirely with ingredients you can find on any supermarket shelf.
Tender chicken meatballs, thin rice noodles and broth flavored with classic Vietnamese soup ingredients like star anise, ginger and lime combine to make this light yet satisfying main dish soup.
These, crispy, baked fish sticks are easy to prepare and get a their Asian-style flavor from a duo of dipping sauces – sweet Thai chili and homemade Cilantro-Lime Mayo.
This satisfying ramen noodle side dish is made with sautéed savoy cabbage and flavored with a spicy, sriracha-garlic butter, scallions and cilantro.
Egg Drop Soup is a great choice for a light dinner and it’s so quick and easy to prepare it’s become a favorite of ours for when we really don’t feel like cooking!
This quick variation on sesame noodles uses whole wheat spaghetti combined with edamame, stir-fried cabbage, sesame seeds and a light peanut sauce to make an easy, meatless meal.
A flavorful, Thai-style flatbread made with bite-sized pieces of tender chicken, peanut sauce, carrots, scallions, fresh cilantro and mozzarella cheese.