Top Rated Oyster Sauce Recipes

I am a spice girl, as you can tell by this recipe. Here, a crispy wrapper is filled with the perfect blend of sweet and sour vegetables and crab. These egg rolls offer plenty of zing; if you’re not a big fan of heat, cut back a little on the Sriracha or chile sauce.Click here to see more recipes for your cupcake pan. 
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Sizzling Balut
These lightly-battered duck eggs slathered in a spicy mixture of oyster sauce and chile peppers are a unique Filipino take on a Southeast Asian delicacy.This recipe comes courtesy of Kawaling Pinoy.
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Mrs. T’s Classic Onion Pierogies
Watching the newest Netflix releases is always better with some food! Instead of ordering takeout, make this Kung Pao pierogies recipe. 
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This spin on a classic Chinese takeout is a fun family meal for busy weeknights. It’s not too labor intensive and tastes amazing. ​Click here for more ramen upgrades 
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Enjoy a healthy meal with this salad recipe. It's easy to make when you have people coming over. 
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Pad See Ew
Pad see ew, which directly translates to "stir-fried (with) soy sauce," is standard lunch fare among Thais and is very popular in restaurants outside of Thailand. My recipe incorporates flat rice noodles pan-fried with chicken, gai lan, and a special mixture of Siamese seasonings creating the ultimate comfort food perfect for any level of home cook.
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Asparagus
A simple yet flavor-packed (not to mention healthy) side dish which makes an excellent accompaniment to any meal. The dish has even been featured as a “pick” in the Men’s Health Eat This, Not That series which makes it ideal for those who are watching what they eat. And, best of all, it’s a great way to being restaurant-type flavors into yor home wthout the high cost (plus it's pretty easy to make). Since P.F.Chang’s doesn’t publish many recipes, save for a few selected for its Chef’s Corner section of the website, this is essentially a knock-off of the recipe made to taste as similar as possible to the original.
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Jajangmyeon (Noodles in Black Bean Sauce)
This might be the most popular noodle dish in Korea. I don't know what it is, but there is something about these black noodles that everyone loves, young and old alike. Parents often take their kids out for jajangmyeon on special occasions, such as graduation, last day of school, birthdays, etc. As such, it is a dish that is deeply embedded in most Koreans' childhood memories. If you have the Korean black bean paste called chunjang, this dish is very easy to make at home. The black bean paste is first fried in oil. This process helps remove the bitter taste of the bean paste. The fried (or roasted) black bean paste is called jjajang. You can buy either one from most Korean markets. A little bit of sugar is important to balance out the bitterness and saltiness of the black bean paste. Pork is the classic option for the meat, but of course you can substitute it with any meat or seafood.
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When Kathy told her friend Ginny about this cookbook and the kind of dishes we planned to include, she immediately offered up her fried rice recipe. A single mom and news editor who worked and traveled in Asia for more than 20 years, she knows a thing or two about getting a fast, fuss-free meal on the table. She uses leftover meat or fish (salmon is a favorite) — but you can also start with raw and cook it in the pan before you add the rice. The thyme is an unusual addition that Ginny calls a delicious accidental discovery. What’s more, she felt compelled to clarify two things: It’s oyster sauce, not soy sauce, that belongs in fried rice (otherwise, it’s like a "salt lick"), and don’t just serve it for dinner; it makes a great weekend breakfast. Click here to see 5 Recipes That Are Keepers
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I came up with this recipe after buying my first asparagus of the season, during a trip to the farmers' market. It was a beautiful, sunny day, and the place was bustling with eager shoppers. After spending the morning out and about, I came home and wanted to prepare a quick and easy brunch with my farmers' market finds: Asian-Roasted Asparagus & Oyster Mushrooms with Fried Egg! Perfect for the Spring season!
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Chef Dale Talde coats chicken wings in a rich flour batter before deep-frying and tossing with a sweet and spicy Kung Pao-inspired sauce, topped with chopped peanuts, cilantro, and scallions and served with a buttermilk ranch sauce. Click here to see 24 Chicken Wing Recipes for Fall Click here to see 101 Ways to Cook Chicken
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2.5