Skip The Chinese Restaurant And Make These 5 Asian-Inspired Mealtime Masterpieces At Home!
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There are many nights that my husband and I load up the kids into the car and head on out to the local Chinese buffet. Our family loves eating Asian cuisine. However, these little foodie field trips tend to get expensive. So, instead of breaking our bank, we decided to recreate some of our favorite Chinese dishes at home! The results were astonishing. If you love Chinese food like my family loves Chinese food, you’re gonna want to check out this list of our 5 favorite Asian-inspired recipes.
These recipes aren’t hard to make and they taste wonderful. Surprisingly, some of them only require a few ingredients. You could have a Chinese buffet in your kitchen in no time flat! Shall we get started? Great! Let’s do this!
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Quick Tip: If you’re going to sue soy sauce, make sure it is a high-quality brand like Kikkoman.