Seasonal favorites with an Asian twist
Meatless Mondays aren’t just for Mondays anymore, and Taco Tuesdays are certainly not just meant for Tuesdays! Enjoy these meatless tacos any day of the week.
Ground tempeh replaces ground chicken in this make-at-the-table recipe adapted from The Family Dinner.
Leftover garnishes for this easy appetizer can be used to season the Hot Pot.
For a quick vegetarian source of protein and healthy fats, nothing beats the humble peanut, which shines in this delicious Thai Noodle Salad.
The national soup of Vietnam is a bowl of rice noodles, fresh herbs, and bean sprouts swimming in a fragrant broth.
The national dish of Vietnam, pho is an aromatic noodle soup that’s traditionally made with beef broth.
Like Singapore itself, this dish brings together flavors from many traditions.
Here, tofu and veggies fill out a traditional Thai soup for a nutritionally balanced meal.
This creamy, golden noodle dish is modeled after the Thai dish khao soi, which combines sweet, spicy, and sour flavors in one bowl.
You’ll love this version of a Vietnamese street-food sandwich favorite.
This soba salad is a great take-along lunch because the flavors of the peanut dressing develop over time.
This breakfast dish from the Philippines calls for day-old rice and lots of garlic.
Rice noodles give a simple stir-fry a homey feel.
Chow fun is the Chinese name for rice noodles.
Ginger is Mother Nature’s protective cloak, shielding us from sickness on winter days. This tea is very spicy—if it tastes too strong, dilute it with more hot water and honey.
Skip the deep-fried calories that usually go along with this take-out favorite by roasting marinated tofu to crispy-on-the-outside, tender-on-the-inside perfection.