Chinese Takeout Recipes You Can Make At Home

Chinese is one of the most popular takeout cuisines, but it doesn’t have to be the case in your home. I mean, for real, who knows what the hell they’re putting in your food – I don’t even want to think about it. It makes me want to throw up in my mouth a little.

Damn.

Making it at home can be easy, quick and much less expensive than ordering. (Think about how much we waste from leftovers – money down the drain.) It’s also one of my most favorite cuisines to make; you can change the recipes up a little depending on your taste and level of heat you prefer. 

 

Most of these recipes are customizable and easy to prepare.

Think subbing seafood for beef or vice versa. These dishes also reheat well, which is great for work or school lunches the next day, and that makes mornings easier!! 

They also freeze well, another bigass plus. If you haven’t made my Teriyaki Wraps (below), they’re definitely a must-make. 

Ditch the takeout menu and give one of these a try in your kitchen. Here’s 17 Incredible Chinese Takeout Recipes to put in your dinner rotation.

Go here to see all 17 – you’ll thank me!!! 

This article was originally published on Parade Food & Drink Online Magazine.

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One Comment:

  1. Thanks for sharing. The kids love Chinese food, unfortunately I’m not very good at it so we often end up at not so great Chinese takeout places.
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