26 Asian-Inspired Recipes You Can Make at Home

Ready thy chopsticks

We get it: You love your local Thai spot and cherish the days you can order takeout from the Chinese place down the street. But why not try making some of your favorites at home for a change? We've gathered 25 Asian-inspired recipes that prove it's so worth it. (General Tso's cauliflower, anyone?)

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General Tso's Cauliflower

Guys. This might be the most incredible thing you can do with cauliflower.

Spring Roll Bowls

It's like noodles and salad had a really delicious baby.

Soba Noodles With Peanut Sauce

These noodles are a dish best served cold.

Spicy Chicken Stir-fry

Introducing our healthy (but equally delicious) take on kung pao chicken.

Pork And Cabbage Dumplings

We’re having a dim sum party and you’re invited.

Scallop Fried Rice With Xo Sauce And Crispy Garlic

15-minute Lo Mein

Real talk: It would take longer for your takeout order to arrive than it would to cook this dish.

Spicy Vegetarian Bibimbap

Swap rice for zucchini noodles, and the result is pretty darn tasty.

Hot And Sour Wonton Soup

Two of our favorite soups become one.

Slow-cooker Chicken Teriyaki

Just throw the ingredients in the Crock-Pot and get back to your Netflix binge.

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Cauliflower Curry With Crispy Shallots

Craving curry? This vegetable version should do.

Crab And Avocado Summer Rolls

We’re holding onto summer for as long as we can with this recipe.

Chicken Katsu

It’s essentially a Japanese take on fried chicken, and what could be bad about that?

Thai Cucumber Salad

So refreshing and so good.

Easy Ramen

It's always ramen season, if you ask us.

Curried Soba Noodle Soup

Noodles swimming in coconut curry broth? Yes, please.

Crispy Mongolian Beef

Throw it over some white rice for a winning meal.

Pad Thai Zucchini Noodle And Quinoa Salad

The classic Thai dish gets a healthy makeover thanks to zoodles.

5-ingredient Noodles In Peanut Sauce

You probably have all the ingredients in your pantry already.

Korean Bbq Chicken Wings

Fact: You can never have too many recipes for wings.

Steak Stir-fry

A one-pan meal means less cleanup, more eating.

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Steamed Pork Buns

Like eating clouds filled with perfectly cooked pork.

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20-minute Moo Shu Pork

Don’t go easy on the hoisin sauce.

Crunchy Salad With Peanut Dressing

Finally, an excuse to get excited about eating salad.

Crock-pot Thai Chicken Curry

Curry + coconut milk + ginger = flavor explosion.

Easy Fortune Cookies

Never end a meal without dessert—and some good luck.

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Hannah Loewentheil

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From 2015-2017 Hannah Loewentheil held the role of Editor covering entertainment, food, travel and all things nyc.
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