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30 Easy Asian Recipes for Takeout at Home


If you are a fan of Asian Recipes, this collection brings the most vibrant flavors of Asia to your kitchen.

Easy Asian Recipes for Takeout at Home

From Mongolian beef to green Thai chicken coconut curry, these recipes make it easy to recreate the magic of Asian cuisine, allowing you to savor the richness of homemade dishes that transport your taste buds across the continent.

1. Thai Cashew Chicken

Boneless chicken breast, broccoli florets, bell peppers, and cashews come together to create this Asian-inspired meal that’s ready to eat in as little as 20 minutes. Once cooked, they are flavored with soy sauce, minced garlic, honey, and grated ginger.

2. Sweet and Sour Meatballs

These sweet and sour meatballs put an Asian twist on a classic Italian staple. Homemade or storebought meatballs are covered with a tangy, sweet, and sour sauce chock full of pineapple and other zesty flavors. They’re ready in 10 minutes!

3. Panda Express Beijing Beef

Do you love Panda Express and want to enjoy it at home? Well now with this copycat recipe, you can. Beef strips are marinated with soy and oyster sauces, then mixed with onions, peppers, and garlic for a flavorful bite.

4. Vietnamese Chicken Salad

This chicken salad is both vibrant and refreshing, making it the perfect on-the-go lunch during the week. The stars of the dish are the mint, napa cabbage, and peanuts which give it that Vietnamese flare. Don’t forget the fish sauce!

5. Thai Green Curry

This Thai green curry is amazing! Savory, robust, and full of flavor, it’s very easy to customize the spice level; just adjust how much green curry paste you add. This curry can be made with chicken, eggplant, or meat-free. So versatile!

6. Homemade Wonton Soup

This wonton soup recipe brings your favorite takeout order home. Bursting with flavor, wonton wrappers are filled with pork, garlic, and ginger and then added to a tasty chicken broth. You can even customize your wonton with beef or shrimp!

7. Asian Steak Bites

Steak but with an Asian flare, you won’t be able to get enough! Skirt steak is cut into strips and then tossed in a pan with honey, chili paste, and soy sauce for a bite that’s both sweet and spicy.

8. Mongolian Beef

Once you try this homemade flank steak smothered in garlic, ginger, and red chili, you’ll never want to order takeout. This Mongolian beef recipe is easy to make – only 35 minutes – and has a mouthwatering kick for an always-flavorful bite.

9. Korean Beef Bulgogi

Sliced flank steak is marinated in a blend of soy sauce, minced garlic, brown sugar, and rice vinegar to create this one-of-a-kind Korean beef bulgogi that will become a staple of your weekly dining rotations. It’s best served with rice!

10. Easy Ground Turkey Stir Fry

Tastes great and is easy to make, you will want to enjoy this customizable stir fry again and again. Ground turkey is covered with a blend of soy sauce, garlic powder, sesame oil, and hoisin sauce to create a bold mouthful.

11. General Tso Chicken

General Tso chicken is one of the most popular takeout meals. Chicken is covered in a tangy mix of sesame oil, rice wine vinegar, soy and Hoisin sauce, and red chili flakes for a burst of heat in every bite.

12. Kung Pao Chicken

This Kung Pao recipe is bursting with bold, tangy flavors like garlic, ginger, Chinese black vinegar, and dry sherry. Keep in mind that Kung Pao chicken can be a little spicy, so alter this ingredient list as you see fit.

13. Pork Fried Rice

Pork fried rice uses char siu, a popular type of Chinese barbecue pork. This is why the pork in this dish has a red hue to it. Pair it with peas, scrambled eggs, peppers, or mung bean sprouts, and enjoy!

14. Mongolian Ground Beef

Instead of flank steak strips, this recipe calls for the use of ground beef. Here, the Mongolian ground beef is laid over a bed of white rice or noodles. It’s topped with some green onions for both presentation and crunchiness.

15. Nasi Goreng

Also known as Indonesian Fried Rice, this dish is full of decadent rice, scallions, marinated chicken, and a sweet soy sauce called Kecap Manis. A sunny-side-up egg is added on top so the yolk can mix with the other ingredients.

16. Shanghai Fried Noodles

Bring Shanghai to you by making these rich and savory fried noodles – no passport needed! Doused in soy sauce and mixed in with pork, scallions, cabbage, and shiitake mushrooms, these noodles will quickly become a staple in your dinner rotation.

17. Japchae

An iconic Korean dish, especially during the holidays, Japache – or Korean Glass Noodle Stir Fry – will be a hit with your family. The glass noodles, aka sweet potato starch noodles – are the real star. Mix with veggies, meat, or seafood.

18. Thai Basil Fried Rice

Thai Basil fried rice is bursting with basil flavor, so feel free to play around by adjusting how much Thai Basil you include. This dish is best served with shrimp. Don’t forget to add the egg!

19. Filipino Pancit Recipe

Easy to make, Pancit is a Filipino classic that the whole family will adore. Vermicelli rice noodles serve as the bottom layer and then are mixed with everything from shrimp, pork, cabbage, snow peas, and chicken. Customize to your liking.

20. Best Hibachi Fried Rice

For a quick Hibachi-style meal, turn to this wok recipe for the best Hibachi fried rice. Tasting is as good as the ones in a restaurant, you can add anything to this base, including shrimp, scrambled egg, and thinly sliced chicken.

21. Simple Sticky Asian Glazed Meatballs

Perfectly paired with either rice or noodles, these ground turkey meatballs are glazed with soy sauce, sriracha, honey, and Hoisin sauce before they’re topped with sesame seeds for added crunch. Put a toothpick through them to turn them into appetizers.

22. Thai Chicken Larb

The perfect salad for a quick lunch when you’re on the go, each forkful will contain crisp, fresh lettuce, ground chicken, carrots, red onions, Thai basil, and cucumbers. It’s both mildly spicy and crunchy. Feel free to customize the veggies.

23. Mayak Eggs

A platter of Mayak eggs will keep everyone at your next party talking. Room-temperature soft-boiled eggs are coated in a blend of honey, soy sauce, water, chilis, and green onions, and marinated overnight. They are a sweet, easy-to-make treat that makes great appetizers.

24. Green Thai Chicken Coconut Curry

Whether spicy or mild, you’ll fall head over heels for this green Thai chicken coconut curry. It’ll only take twenty minutes to make, but once done you’ll be treated to a delightful spoonful full of sweet coconut and spicy curry flavors.



25. Vietnamese Chicken Curry

Reigning as the ultimate comfort food, this Vietnamese chicken curry is full of seasoned chicken, curry powder, carrots, and potatoes that complement one another. Serve with a side of jasmine rice or bread. It’s a great introduction to Vietnamese flavors.

For fresh, robust flavors, you can’t go wrong with a chicken or green Thai curry, chicken larb, or wonton soup! Each recipe is chock full of Asian-based seasonings, spices, and herbs, to bring your favorite takeout dishes to you.