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    Chinese Barbecued Roast Pork

    This recipe makes more barbecued pork than you need for the Steamed Pork Buns, but that’s a good thing because it’s a delicious, versatile ingredient to have on hand. Freeze…

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    Ham Lo Mein with Shiitake and Snow Peas

    This dish is a fun twist on takeout at home. Look for fresh Chinese egg noodles at Asian markets or in the produce section of the supermarket (near the wonton…

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    Egg Foo Yung with Chicken and Shiitake

    Revive this Chinese-American restaurant classic, a sort of Asian fritttata, for an easy weeknight dinner. This version gets its flavor and color from sweet red bell peppers, meaty shiitake mushrooms…

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    Stir-Fried Bok Choy with Garlic, Ginger, and Scallions

    A simple, four-ingredient sauce makes a perfect finish for the intriguingly sweet and bitter flavor of this stir-fried Asian green. You can use mature or baby bok choy for this…

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    Udon with Tofu and Stir-Fried Vegetables

    These wheat-based Japanese noodles are available both dried (used in this recipe) and fresh. Dried udon are flatter than their fresh counterparts and closer in texture to linguine.

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    Tilapia with Scallions and Black Bean Sauce

    Tilapia is readily available and it takes no time to cook, making it a great choice for weeknight dinners. It's also a mild-flavored fish, so it's the perfect vehicle for…

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    Peanut Soba with Stir-Fried Beef and Broccoli

    Soba are thin, delicately textured Japanese noodles made of buckwheat, with a deep color and a nutty, earthy flavor. Although they’re traditionally served cold with a dipping sauce, here they…

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    Singapore Noodles (Sing Jau Chow Mai)

    Although this noodle stir-fry bears Singapore's name, it was actually invented by Cantonese chefs who wanted to honor the country's vibrant cultural mix. To turn this into a weeknight dish, try substituting honey-cured…

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    Shanghai Stir-Fried Beef & Broccoli

     

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    Shrimp Fried Rice (Chau Fan)

    Unless you’re shopping in a Chinatown liquor store, it’s hard to find a good-quality white rice wine. Most supermarkets and even Chinese food markets offer only “cooking wines,” and these…

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