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This Asian-style barbeque chicken makes a great summer treat. Barbecue chicken is a perennial summer favorite around these parts, and this recipe delivers barbecue chicken with a decidedly Asian flare.
If you're looking for and easy yet exotic way to serve fish, look no further than this soy and mirin glazed salmon. It's easy to make and offers a delicious departure from standard fare.
Korean-style tacos are a big draw for lots of hungry gastronomes from Los Angeles to New York city. These Korean-style beef tacos are the perfect quick dinner dish to excite your tastebuds any night of the week.
This Japanese-style miso glazed cod is easy to make, and quite delicious. If you're looking for an easy, tasty way to serve fish is a great way to go.
Creamy peanut butter and Sri Racha Rooster Sauce come together to deliver a rich, tasty sauce for this simple slow-cook chicken.
Red, orange, and yellow bell peppers are paired with baby bok choy and green onions in a dash of sesame oil.
Want a light, healthy gluten-free vegetarian lunch that's tasty and offers a departure from a more standard noodle dish? Try this lovely Asian-style salad made with spiral or long julienne zucchini "noodles."
Miso paste, mirin, sake and, wait for it…butter, are the magic ingredients in this delightfully easy, ridiculously tasty shrimp dish.
If you've never had an Cantonese-style omelet, then you're in for a treat. This recipe marries shrimp, eggs and oil, yes, oil, to deliver a light, fluffy omelet that will delight your diners.
A staple at many Chinese restaurants, salt and pepper shrimp are easy to make and sure to delight. This gluten-free version will be a hit.
Here's a great twist on standard vegetable stir-fry that will elicit smiles around the dinner table. Serve it with steamed jasmine or white rice, or with our Really Good Chinese-style Fried Rice.
These great gluten-free glass noodles with shrimp and vegetables offers an easy break from a boring dinner routine.
Sesame chicken is a big favorite with American diners. It's also a dish I generally avoid at restaurants, due to gluten concerns.
Crispy coconut shrimp is a very popular dish these days. It’s easy enough in theory, to make, but also easy to get wrong. And even most places that do it right don’t do it gluten-free. To do it right, all the ingredients must be fresh.
This delightful recipe blends brown sugar, spices, soy and Worcestershire sauces to deliver a sticky, delicious chicken that makes for a tasty departure from the usual dinner.
In my travels through southeast Asia, I have eaten many a fish or seafood stew. This recipe tries to evoke those flavors. Simply sauté some fish or seafood in a pan, add some broth, and stir in a purée of great ingredients like garlic, basil, mint, cilantro and lemongrass, with fish sauce, sugar and a few other things, and you get a yummy stew with a nice spicy zing.
You can make this with rice noodles or pure buckwheat soba noodles. The key is to cook the noodles only until they're halfway done, and then remove them from the hot water. They should be pliable, but still firm in the center. Pan-frying will finishes the cooking process. Add chicken, or shrimp, and you have the makings of a great meal.
One easy way to get a wider grain profile, and more nutrition, into your diet is to add gluten-free grains to standard brown, white or mixed rice.
If you love fried chicken, and especially if you love great fried chicken that happens to be gluten-free, then you’ll love Japanese-style fried chicken that uses potato starch to create a golden crispy crust, and a truly tender, juicy fried chicken that will have empty plates asking for more.
Want to crush it at your next big party this year? This fried chicken recipe will help you kick any party into high gear. From Manhattan to San Francisco, and points beyond, Korean fried chicken is all the rage in the food world.