Spicy AF. Ethan Calabrese. Wonton Soup. This is so much easier than waiting around for takeout. Tiffany Azure. Shrimp 'n Broccoli Lo Mein. This is better. Kung Pao Chicken. Just like takeout — but better. Honey Walnut Shrimp.
Just like the Panda Express favorite! Mongolian Glazed Wings. Give your chicken wings a sweet-spicy makeover. Sticky Orange Chicken.
Takeout without even leaving the house! Spoon Fork Bacon.
Loaded Veggie Chow Mein. Your takeout fave, lightened up for Meatless Monday. Buddha Noodles.
These noodles had us rubbing our bellies. General Tso Chicken Sandwiches. Your favorite takeout order in sandwich form! The tender beef melts in your mouth. Judy Kim. General Tso's Shrimp 'n Broccoli. There's more to life than chicken. Sesame-Ginger Beef. This is the most flavorful a stir-fry could ever be.
Shrimp it up. Dragon Noodles.
Veggie Fried Rice. Go ahead—toss your takeout menus.
follow Chelsea Lupkin. Mongolian Beef Ramen. Instant ramen noodles never tasted so good. Kung Pao Spaghetti. This easy dinner comes together in minutes and delivers a spicy kick. John Komar. Dumpling Stir Fry. The coconut mellows out the sauce, and the lime perfectly highlights the ginger, garlic, lemongrass, and Thai chili. Great teamwork! Blackberries Image: Food Network. One savory place where fruits are almost always welcome is the glaze for a meat.
Peach Image: Georgia Peaches.
Who says salsas have to be made out of tomatoes? The flesh of a peach is firm and tangy, so it holds up to the fine dicing required for a salsa, and adds an exciting touch of vibrancy to an otherwise-familiar dish like fish tacos.
Orange When you cook a citrus fruit like orange, the flavor mellows out quite a bit and you lose some of the acidity, which makes it an ideal companion for a meat and pasta dish like our Braised Chicken with Oranges and Fennel , which is served over pappardelle. There was an error signing you up. Please check that your email is valid.
Try again. Cherry Image: New York Times The dark, rich flavor of the cherry makes it pair perfectly with a charred cut of meat like short rib, or a perfectly seared duck breast.
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Apple The bright acidity of an apple makes it pair beautifully with a burger, like in our Apple Cider Pork Burgers , which we paired with a shaved Brussels sprout salad. Pineapple Image: Tablespoon The tropical sweetness of pineapple makes it an excellent antidote to a dish so spicy that the heat is threatening to overwhelm the palate. Fig Image: Domesticate Me Fig is so good at branching into savory that you can even serve it on a pizza! Pear Pear is one of the sweetest fruits, so as a consequence, it can balance out a lot of other flavors on the opposite end of the spectrum.
Blackberries Image: Food Network One savory place where fruits are almost always welcome is the glaze for a meat. Peach Image: Georgia Peaches Who says salsas have to be made out of tomatoes?
Toi even makes his own chile sauce to serve as an accompaniment. Write your review. Main article: List of tomato dishes. Apple The bright acidity of an apple makes it pair beautifully with a burger, like in our Apple Cider Pork Burgers , which we paired with a shaved Brussels sprout salad. If you worry that your family isn't getting enough fresh fruits in their daily diet or if you want to add nature fragrance to your eating, it might be a good choice cooking delicious Chinese food with fresh fruits. The second time, it is in a flavorful sauce that includes brown sugar and dry mustard.
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