If you can’t find large, firm bok choy leaves to use as wrappers for this recipe, use smaller ones as “cups,” and serve the filling alongside. Choose a bold-flavored prepared teriyaki sauce or add sriracha or chile-garlic sauce for extra kick.
When making this simple stir-fry, be sure to get the wok or skillet really hot so that the broccoli and ramen noodles get a seared crispiness to them.
Present this bright and refreshing salad on a platter to show off its beautiful colors.
Think of these rolls as noodle-wrapped salads with a dressing for dipping.
Chow fun is the Chinese name for rice noodles. We’ve called for fresh noodles here, but if you can’t find them, substitute dried rice stick noodles and prepare according to package directions. The noodles soak up the sauce quickly, so serve immediately.
The national dish of Vietnam, pho is an aromatic noodle soup that’s traditionally made with beef broth. Here, store-bought vegetable broth is spiked with onion, garlic, and spices for a full-bodied vegetarian alternative.
Turn this Korean street-food snack into a full meal by serving the pancake wedge on a bed of sautéed spinach and topping it with a freshly poached egg and squirt of sriracha.
Roasting the vegetables in this Thai-inspired soup is a hands-off way to sweeten and caramelize their flavor—a welcome contrast to the soup’s spicy, savory broth. Just 1 cup of coconut milk gives the whole pot rich, cooked-all-day flavor, somewhere between soup and chowder.
Steamed tempeh stands in as a protein-rich rice alternative in these small sushi rolls. Serve with soy sauce, wasabi, and pickled ginger.
Sesame, shiso, and burdock give these cakes a distinctly Japanese flavor. Sweet rice lends a slightly sticky texture that helps the cakes hold their shape.
Skip the deep-fried calories by roasting marinated tofu to crispy-on-the-outside, tender-on-the-inside perfection.