Bring the exotic flavors of the East to your table with these Asian-inspired recipes.
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From garlic and ginger to scallions, snow peas,
and sprouts, cooking with popular Asian ingredients yields healthy, delicious
salads, appetizers, and main courses. You'll be happy to know that you can
enjoy dishes like crunchy chicken salad with wonton crisps, grilled chicken
with savory plum sauce, and flavorful pork rolls while following the South
Beach Diet. Deliciously seasoned with slightly exotic ingredients like fresh
ginger, reduced-sodium soy sauce, and sesame oil, and featuring popular Asian
vegetables like Japanese eggplant, these colorful, flavorful dishes will get
rave reviews from your family.
These crunchy, savory bites will remind you of
spring rolls except that the wrappers are Boston lettuce leaves. Bite into one of these rolls, and you'll taste a
delicious filling made with cooked pork seasoned with garlic, fresh ginger, and
lime juice, along with shredded napa cabbage and strips of red bell pepper.
especially tasty meatballs, flavored with garlic, ginger, and a little sesame
oil, make a wonderful appetizer. After being sautéed, the meatballs are arrange
on a bed of Boston lettuce leaves, drizzled with a delicious rice vinegar
dressing, and garnished with cucumber matchsticks and fresh mint.
bountiful main course salad made with colorful, crunchy vegetables in addition
to shredded, cooked chicken, this recipe features a zesty dressing made with
hoisin sauce and canola oil and baked crisps made from wonton wrappers. It's an ideal dish to
prepare for a warm-weather lunch or dinner.
love the zesty flavor of fresh ginger, this dish is sure to be on your list of
favorite recipes. Soy and ginger-scented cooked boneless chicken breast is
served alongside a colorful salad made with blanched snow peas and sliced
scallions in a lively sesame-soy dressing. It's fresh, colorful, and ready in just 25 minutes.
delicious meatless dish features tofu cubes that are marinated in garlic, ginger,
reduced-sodium soy sauce, and sesame oil before being sautéed. The tofu is combined with cooked
eggplant and snow peas, then served with brown rice for a hearty main course.
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