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Asian Side Dishes

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

Thai Noodles

Thai Noodles

Thai Noodles

Peanut butter is one of Kelsie Wilson’s favorite foods. “I love it as a fresh-fruit dip, spread on pancakes, melted into oatmeal…and especially in this mild version of spicy Thai noodles,” says the Dallas, Texas reader.

Skillet Lo Mein

Skillet Lo Mein

Skillet Lo Mein

For a worthy side dish, offer up Skillet Lo Mein, from Debbie Stadtler of Fredericksburg, Virginia. The Szechuan sauce coats the vegetables and pasta, and the added ginger comes through nicely. Debbie occasionally adds a little heat, “If you like spicy, add 1/4 teaspoon crushed red pepper with the ginger, “she suggests.

Asian Green Beans

Asian Green Beans

Asian Green Beans

Harriet Stichter of Milford, Indiana brings us this easy no-stress side dish. These versatile beans will enhance any main course.
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Carrots on the Grill

Carrots on the Grill

Carrots on the Grill

Family and friends are surprised when I tell them these carrots are prepared on the grill. The soy sauce and ginger flavors complement a variety of meaty entrees.

Walnut Rice

Walnut Rice

Walnut Rice

“I always get compliments whenever I serve it, and there are never any leftovers. The short prep and cooking time is just an added bonus.” -Vera Whisner of Elkton, Maryland

Snow Pea and Walnut Stir Fry

Snow Pea and Walnut Stir Fry

Snow Pea and Walnut Stir Fry

Tired of the same ol' peas and carrots? This quick and easy recipe perks up frozen snow peas with Dijon mustard and chopped walnuts.

Gingered Asparagus

Gingered Asparagus

Gingered Asparagus

We enjoy asparagus fresh from our garden every spring. This is one of my favorite ways to serve it. It's great for those watching their fat intake and so fast to fix. —Nancy Zimmerman, Cape May Court House, New Jersey

Sesame Vegetables

Sesame Vegetables

Sesame Vegetables

When I go out to my garden in summer to "pick" dinner, my family knows I plan to fix this tasty medley. It's just as good during cold weather months using fresh supermarket produce.

Spicy Snow Peas

Spicy Snow Peas

Spicy Snow Peas

"I got the recipe for Spicy Snow Peas from a girlfriend," recalls Marianne Bauman in Modesto, California. “We tried it and liked it. It’s a great way to add more veggies to a meal and the spicy flavor makes a nice complement to so many entrees."

Asparagus Stir-Fry

Asparagus Stir-Fry

Asparagus Stir-Fry

“Fresh asparagus is a rarity in our small town, but when I find it at the store, I make this colorful stir-fry,” says Judy Stashko of Mayerthorpe, Alberta. “Even folks who don’t like asparagus will enjoy this.”

Grilled Asparagus with Tangerine Dressing

Grilled Asparagus with Tangerine Dressing

Grilled Asparagus with Tangerine Dressing

My family's favorite way to eat asparagus is when it has been grilled. It gets such a tasty smokey flavor.—Tracy Woolbright, Lakewood, Ohio
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