A tangle of saucy noodles and vegetables
Take a cue from summertime—then make up the rules.
Snake fruit wasn't the only reason I went to Indonesia—but it was a big one.
Bring good luck to your new year—with noodles.
Self-taught pastry chef Pichet Ong, a New Yorker who grew up in Thailand, Singapore, and Hong Kong, introduced us to these whimsical filled cookies with a deceptive name.
Meet your new go-to condiment.
Not your typical fried rice, this Thai-style version is flavored with chile peppers and fish sauce, then perfumed with fragrant Thai basil.
Stir-fry stops becoming the meal you're forced to make and starts becoming a meal you'll want to make.
We're about to introduce you to the perfect easy, sweet, and refreshing summertime pick-me-up. Enjoy it as chilled soup or in popsicle form. And, oh right—it's made with mung beans.
Once you learn to make congee—a hot, filling Chinese comfort food traditionally eaten during the cooler hours of the morning—your breakfasts will never be the same.
Let your creativity, not a recipe, guide your dumpling-making.
Satisfying, customizable, and easy to pack, steamed buns are the perfect answer to, "What's for lunch?"
Sarah Tuck of From the Kitchen shows us how to get the most out of prepared meatballs, with an international spin.
Don't give up on dinner tonight. Make a simple yet satisfying meal of umami-packed Udon with a spicy broccoli salad on the side.
Don't just talk the talk. Here are 9 stir-fry meals to help you walk the wok.
Take a trip around the world, without leaving your shopping cart.
We've tested and tasted our way through the recipes for Your Best Recipe with Noodles, and have emerged with two promising finalists.
Give a simple, Asian-inspired spin to your weeknight dinner.
With her recipe for popcorn chicken, Cynthia of Two Red Bowls is recreating a Taiwanese night market right in her home (and you can, too).
A seaweed salad that is just as good -- if not better -- than the one you scarfed down at the airport between flights.
How to chop, simmer, and slurp your way to a homemade ramen that doesn't discriminate against vegetarians.
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