Every now and then, I get a hankering for some good Chinese take out. It happens pretty often, actually. Just thinking of the smell that comes from the big bag of stir fry, sweet sesame chicken, noodles and fried rice that comes home from our local restaurant makes me hungry. My family gets just excited about it as I do. However, it’s not a secret that eating take out too often really isn’t good for the waistline, or your health in general, really. But luckily, Chinese food can be cooked so easily at home with a few pantry staples, some lean proteins, and fresh vegetables, and I often wonder why I don’t make it on a regular basis.
If you’re like me and want to challenge yourself to learn how to cook up some restaurant quality (maybe even better?) Chinese food at home, check out this great collection of mouth-watering recipes after the jump!
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