Asian Side Dishes

Looking for Asian side dishes? Find Asian side dishes including Asian vegetables, Asian stir fry, and more Asian side dish recipes.

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Seasoned Brown Rice

Seasoned Brown Rice

Seasoned Brown Rice

I serve the stir-fry over the rice for a tasty no-fuss meal. For maximum flavor, use your fingertips to crumble the dried basil directly into the cooked rice.—Betsy Larimer, Somerset, Pennsylvania

Wilted Garlic Spinach

Wilted Garlic Spinach

Wilted Garlic Spinach

“You don’t have to be a spinach fan to happily eat up these greens,” assures Dotty Egge, a field editor from Pelican Rapids, Minnesota. Soy sauce gives her energy-packed dish an Asian twist. “I serve it over rice or as a side. Try garnishing it with toasted sesame seeds.”

Simple Green Beans

Simple Green Beans

Simple Green Beans

Simple seasonings give the popular vegetable a distinctive, tasty twist. They go well with many meals.—Marge Killmon, Annandale, Virginia

Stir-Fried Vegetables

Stir-Fried Vegetables

Stir-Fried Vegetables

For a colorful nutritious blend of crisp-tender vegetables in a mildly seasoned sauce, try this recipe created by field editor Cindy Winter-Hartley from Cary, North Carolina.

Almond Currant Rice

Almond Currant Rice

Almond Currant Rice

Her Almond Currant Rice is 9-year-old Whitney's favorite. "Stirring in the almonds and currants at the last minute is a snap, and we love the flavor," Felicia says. "You can substitute your favorite dried fruits and nuts if you like."

Citrus Rice Pilaf

Citrus Rice Pilaf

Citrus Rice Pilaf

Food doesn't have to be made from scratch to have great homemade flavor. Here packaged rice mix gets added flair from crunchy snow peas and water chestnuts.

Tomato-Sesame Pasta Toss

Tomato-Sesame Pasta Toss

Tomato-Sesame Pasta Toss

This hearty warm pasta salad features so many flavors and textures, it's amazing they all fit in one bowl! "The sesame oil and soy sauce give it an Asian flair," shares Betty Mitchem of Satsuma, Alabama.

Rice Sand Castles

Rice Sand Castles

Rice Sand Castles

Cooked rice and frozen vegetables hurry along the preparation of this savory side dish. Simply press the cheesy mixture into measuring cups with the back of a spoon and stack them to make individual sand castles.

Crunchy Veggie Toss

Crunchy Veggie Toss

Crunchy Veggie Toss

Crisp carrots, green beans, water chestnuts, garbanzo beans and more combine with bottled dressing in this sensational salad. "I created this medley when I wanted something easy, delicious and healthy," relates Ronda Leuth of Le Claire, Iowa.

Chicken with Asian Stuffing

Chicken with Asian Stuffing

Chicken with Asian Stuffing

In Dauphin, Manitoba, Pam Szmon uses this flavorful dressing to stuff two chickens, but we baked it alongside moist leg quarters. "With unusual ingredients like bean sprouts and water chestnuts, it's my favorite," she notes.

Snow Peas with Tomatoes

Snow Peas with Tomatoes

Snow Peas with Tomatoes

"This colorful, quick side dish is a great pair with any meat or fish," advises Jackie Horridge from Nashville, Tennessee. "Sometimes I like to top it with toasted pine nuts, sliced almonds or crumbled feta cheese."
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