Easy Chinese Chicken Fried Rice
Put down the takeout menu, because this chicken fried rice is simple, fast and can be made in one skillet—which means less dirty dishes! A great way to use up leftovers, this easy Chinese fried rice uses cold, pre-cooked white rice, chicken tenders, frozen vegetables and eggs. Toss it all together with ginger and soy sauce and you’ve got a takeout-style dinner that’s easy enough for even the busiest of weeknights.
Instant Pot™ Chicken and Vegetable Lo Mein
You’d be hard pressed to find a Chinese restaurant that doesn’t feature lo mein on the menu. Resist the temptation to order it off the takeout menu, and make this Instant Pot™ chicken and vegetable lo mein instead. It’s so good, you won’t even miss the fortune cookie—promise!
Slow-Cooker Sweet and Sour Chicken
With just the right sweet-to-tangy ratio, this easy sweet and sour chicken is prepared in a slow cooker and served over rice. As simple as this pantry-friendly meal is to make, it’s even tastier to eat.
Chinese Takeout Staples You Can Make at Home
It's shocking how quickly a Chinese takeout bill can tally up, but it’s equally as shocking how easy your favorites are to make at home. So it pays to have these real-deal recipes in your pocket—literally. From General Tso’s chicken and steamed dumplings to super easy egg foo yung, we’ve got a full menu of entrees and apps to satisfy all your Chinese food cravings.
Kung Pao Chicken
Kung Pao chicken is one of the most popular dishes throughout China and the Western world alike. Loved for its sweet and spicy flavors, we’ve got the deets on how to make authentic Kung Pao chicken right at home.