Superfast Asian Recipes
These recipes, with flavors from China, Japan, Thailand, Korea, and more, all take 20 minutes or less to prepare. By: Text: Jason Horn and Cooking Light staff
Grating jalapeño, ginger, and garlic allows them to infuse the coconut milk with bold flavor quickly, while caramelizing the mixture intensifies the savory-sweet appeal of this saucy noodle bowl.
For this quick family dinner, a small amount of salty ham is crisped and used as a topping. That way you can use far less and still get a big flavor impact.
All of our favorite Asian flavors are here in this delicous bowl. Tender chicken cutlets are given a crunchy topping and served on a bed of savory, sweet, and spicy ingredients.
This comforting dish is warming and wonderful fresh off the stove, but it makes for an even better lunch the next day because the flavors develop more after a night in the fridge. Green curry pasts is made with herbs, spices, and green chiles. Find it in the Asian food aisle of most supermarkets.
Nutrient-rich kale has a mild flavor and becomes tender very quickly, making it a snap to add to speedy meals like this one. Mix and match those greens and grains! Sub farro or quinoa for brown rice, and spinach, chard, or cabbage for kale.