Asian dishes like Korean Bibimbap and Five-Spice Soba Noodles feature the traditional Asian flavors of soy and ginger. More modern takes, like Soy-Glazed Salmon Burger, bring those flavors front and center. The spices of Asia are the stars of the region’s aromatic, full-flavored cuisine.
This colorful dish is bursting with flavor and nutritious veggies. Find the full recipe in the new book, “Atkins: Eat Right, Not Less.”
Hoisin-Glazed Pork and Turkey Meatloaf
Turkey meatloaf meets fresh ginger, scallions, and an Asian-inspired glaze.
Green Hand Rolls with Brown Rice
These super green filled hand rolls will satisfy that mid-week sushi craving without breaking the bank, and giving you a healthy dose of vegetables and grains in once delicious bite.
Crisp Salmon on Sesame Spinach
A fast and easy recipe that is sure to become part of your weeknight repertoire. The salmon skin gets crisped under the broiler for added texture, while the fish itself if cooked directly on the spinach season with toasted sesame oil and soy.
Cauliflower “Fried Rice”
A low-carb, high-fiber answer to traditional fried rice, this recipe subs grated cauliflower for rice.
Chicken and Napa Cabbage Salad
This simple Weight Watchers-endorsed salad comes together in 20 minutes for a light weeknight supper.
Carrot Noodles in Peanut Sauce
Pasta: it’s something with which many vegetarians are all too familiar. But this Asian-style pasta substitutes carrots for traditional noodles, adding crunch and removing carbohydrates.
PB2 Thai Noodles
For Sauce: Mix PB2 with water. Blend and set aside. Cook thin spaghetti noodles in boiling salted water until al dente. Set aside. Peel and…
PB2 Asian Slaw
This light and refreshing Asian-inspired coleslaw made with low-cal powdered peanut butter is a great alternative to mayo-based coleslaws
Hunan Orange Chicken
Combine orange juice, soy sauce, cornstarch, honey and pepper flakes in a small bowl; stir until smooth. Heat a large nonstick skillet or wok over…
Slow Cooker Honey Sesame Chicken
The sodium content of this meal is perfectly in check, coming in under 500 milligrams per serving.