Recipes and Posts Tagged chinese

One-Pan Chinese Shrimp and Vegetables

One-Pan Chinese-Style Shrimp & Vegetables


Chinese and other Asian foods can be very low calorie. A 10 ounce (270 g) serving of One-Pan Chinese-Style Shrimp & Vegetables has less than 300 calories and takes about 30 minutes to prepare and cook. This recipe using frozen Chinese-style stir fry vegetables. In the United States there are two ...

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Vegetable Fried Rice

Vegetable Fried Rice


Vegetable Fried Rice is usually offered as an entree menu item at most Chinese restaurants that can be eaten as a side dish instead of steam rice. It takes a few more minutes of preparation and cooking, but is worth the effort. It turns low fiber white rice into higher ...

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Curried Beef, Poultry or Seafood

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Curried Beef, is a simple Chinese style recipe you can make with beef, chicken, pork, fish, seafood or any combination. You can also omit or substitute tofu (bean curd) for the meat for a vegan or vegetarian recipe. Curried Beef has the intense flavor of an Asian curry with quick cooking, ...

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Shrimp With Broccoli

Stir Fried Shrimp and Broccoli

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Many Americans associate Chinese-American restaurant meals as a health alternative to standard American cuisines. Unless you choose wisely, Chinese restaurant meals can have as many calories as a steak dinner or fast food meal. Stir Fried Shrimp and Broccoli is a simple, quick, nutritious, and delicious combination of fresh shrimp, broccoli, ...

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Homemade Hot and Sour Soup

Hot and Sour Soup

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Chinese soups can be light and mild like Egg Drop soup or a hearty, spicy mixture of meat and vegetables like Hot and Sour soup. Chinese Hot and Sour soup has more body and flavor than egg drop and other light oriental soups. It can also be very spicy (hot). ...

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Homemade Chinese Almond Cookies

Chinese Almond Cookies

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Unlike American restaurants, most Chinese restaurants in the United States do not serve desserts unless you consider a fortune cookie a dessert. Some Chinese restaurants serve this delicious crisp cookies in lieu of or in addition to fortune cookies. If you do not have blanched and toasted/roasted almonds or they ...

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Skip the Ramon Noodle Soups

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Bowl of Ramon Noodle Soup

They are quick, inexpensive and packed with sodium. One brand boasts in large type on the front of the package that their soups have zero grams of trans fat. On the back of the package in small type it states you can reduce the amount of sodium by simple using ... more

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