Chicken Katsu is a really easy way to shake up your dinner routine. Chicken cutlets are breaded with panko breadcrumbs and fried until golden and delicious. Serve the chicken katsu with teriyaki sauce, a side of jasmine rice and edamame for a complete meal your family will be asking for again.
Dinner doesn’t get any easier than this shrimp & sesame noodles dish. Tasty noodles topped with slightly-spicy shrimp in less than half an hour? Yes, please! Just season the shrimp, cook the pasta, add the sauce; then quickly sauté the shrimp. That’s it, serve and eat. This meal is perfect for hectic weeknights and lazy weekends.
These orange glazed pork chops are done in less than 30 minutes and are so good they’ll make it into your quick and easy dinner rotation. In this recipe, thick pork chops are pan fried until golden and finished with an Asian inspired orange glaze that’s super easy to put together.
This Bacon and Eggs Fried Rice is quick, easy and affordable, perfect for busy weeknights or cheap eats when money is a little tight. You probably have most of what you need in your pantry and fridge already. Dig deep, I’m sure there’s a bottle of soy sauce in there, and that carton of eggs is probably going to expire soon. Use up the rest of the bacon, make some white rice and dinner is done.