Kung Pao Chicken

I have been really enjoying creating my favorite Chinese take-out dishes at home. They are pretty easy to make and are fresh tasting. You can have a wonderful meal on the table in 30 minutes or less. Today I show you my favorite way to make kung pao chicken at home. Kung pao chicken originated in the Sichuan Province of China but is now popular all over the world.

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Stir Fry Beef and Broccoli

This week I have been spending a lot of time cleaning up my summer garden and taking care of new fall plantings such as kale, chard, and spring mix. I’ve also been trying to exercise more and cook less. Therefore this blog is about how to spend less time in the kitchen. The recipe we make today is a relatively fast one called beef and broccoli.

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Zucchini Fritters with Creamy Basil Dip

This summer my garden has been overflowing with zucchini. I probably planted too many plants and now my job has been to make use of all that I’m getting. Earlier in my blog I showed how you can use zucchini in zucchini bread and chicken tagine. Today I will show you how to make zucchini fritters that you and your family will love.

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Green Bean And Chicken Stir Fry

Chinese stir-fry dishes are one of the easiest and tastiest dishes to make at home. It could be even faster than getting a delivery to your home. Prep is minimal and dinner comes together pretty fast. It normally takes 30 minutes or less depending on how fancy you want the stir-fry to be.

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