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    My growing collection of Asian inspired dishes. I am slowly working my way through all of these recipes, and hope to eventually try all of them.
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    from the WW website. This dish is successful even with my husband, who deplores eating healthy. One note: I have never used regular soy sauce when preparing this dish myself. I always use Indonesian Sweet Soy Sauce, which I'm sure lends a slightly different flavor. As written, just 3 points per one cup side serving or 6 points for a very generous 2 cup main dish serving. I actually think one cup is enough for a main dish.

    Recipe #279230

    This is a very tasty version of General Tso's chicken. If you are following Weight Watchers Core, the cornstarch is less than a half point per serving. On Flex, this is about 6 points per serving.

    Recipe #261827

    3 Reviews |  By KelBel

    A quick easy salad dressing. Tastes like dressing from sushi restaurants.

    Recipe #276853

    This recipe really satisfies my craving for Chinese food. I serve it over rice and steamed vegetables on the side. The sauce makes just enough to glaze the chicken. I usually double or even triple the sauce recipe to have enough to pour over our rice and veggies. It is a nice low-fat alternative to the restaurant-style Sesame Chicken.

    Recipe #44321

    4 Reviews |  By seesko

    Yum! A great Lunch or Dinner. Serve with a salad or Soup. Each Bun only has about 150 calories.

    Recipe #343720

    This recipe is as equally delicious as it is easy! A lazy way to make sweet and sour chicken that tastes amazingly good! Just mix sauce ingredients in a 2-cup Measuring Cup. I found it in a Taste of Home magazine and hope to post it here for safekeeping!

    Recipe #417013

    From "The Best of Cooking Light"

    Recipe #318030

    Recipe #343833

    Spicy and good. Eggplant absorbs the flavors of the sauce and gets nice and tender. Great with a little jasmine rice.

    Recipe #82889

    Another delicious way to enjoy fried rice, fragrant with the heady aroma of basil!

    Recipe #32321

    I haven't tried this, but it's supposed to be a great dipping sauce for Vietnamese-style fresh spring rolls. I found it on the Kitchen Chick blog, and it is apparently adapted from "Foods of Vietnam" by Nicole Routhier. If you are gluten-free you can find gluten-free hoisin sauces made by brands such as Kame or Premier Japan.

    Recipe #204504

    4 Reviews |  By MissMay

    I got this recipe from my mom (born and raised in Vietnam), who was passed this recipe from my grandmother. There are many different ways to make this dipping sauce (Nuoc Cham), and most recipes differ from family to family. I have yet to find one as good as my own family's. It has the sweet, the sour and the spicy. Please note that this recipe makes quite a lot, but it keeps very well in the fridge (a few months at least). My mother stores it in a clean 2 Liter pop bottle, but I usually use a large mason jar. This recipe is typically used to dip either spring rolls, or fresh salad rolls in Vietnam. It can also be used as a great salad dressing for rice noodle salads.

    Recipe #289509

    Sometimes you just don't have all day to make Vietnamese soup! You can have this made and in your hands in 15 minutes!

    Recipe #28377

    Adapted from Martin Yan's Chinese Cooking for Dummies. This is my favorite stir-fry sauce. It makes enough for two meals. Having extra on hand makes for a quick meal. My son will actually eat vegetables he can dip in the sauce! WARNING about the amount of soy sauce. When I used Kikkoman soy sauce, I found this sauce far too salty. I now use Angostura, which is much lower in salt. When adding soy sauce, start with less than half the amount and slowly add more to taste. Using vegetable broth makes this vegetarian. Yield: 1 3/4 cups (couldn't get that amount entered)

    Recipe #87748

    This is a lovely change of pace for flank steak, sweet and spicy yet simple. I found this on "for the love of cooking" website and the picture she has made me want to make it immediately lol, and she got it from best bites, so its making the rounds! http://fortheloveofcooking-recipes.blogspot.com/2009/06/orange-thai-flank-steak.html. Time does not include the 4 hour marinating

    Recipe #385977

    A traditional Thai dish that goes over well. Preparation time does not include the 2 hours to marinate the chicken.

    Recipe #35096

    Try this as a raw dip or for lightly steamed veggies, or as a dressing for cold cooked noodles. You may thin this sauce to your liking.

    Recipe #37244

    I found this recipe in Woman's World magazine. I have not tried this recipe, but I'm posting it for safe keeping.

    Recipe #380575

    Ellie Krieger, The Food You Crave; 1 c. pasta, 1 cup vegetables, and 2 ½ T. sauce = 450 calories

    Recipe #380577

    A delicious spicy slaw adapted from a recipe courtesy of Joe's Farm Grill in Gilbert, Arizona. this is a burger joint that grows most of the food they use and has awesome food! Adapted from Guy Fieri's cookbook, "Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives. Guy says the slaw is most amazing! Enjoy!

    Recipe #380605

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