11 Easy Chinese Food Recipes


Do you love Chinese food, but necessarily having to do takeout? I’ve hooked you up with some of the easiest and most popular Chinese food recipes that you can make at home. Some of these recipes are so easy they can be made in the crockpot. {knuckle bumps}

These Chinese food recipes include General Tso’s chicken, mongolian beef, beef and broccoli, fried rice, pot stickers, chow mein, orange chicken and so much more.

Chinese Food Recipes

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Scrambled Chefs

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1. Easy Crispy Mongolian Beef ~ Scrambled Chefs says, “It’s deliciously crispy and not too spicy. It goes perfectly with rice, and is a life-saver on a busy mid-week night! Get ready for this recipe to become your new favorite mid-week meal!”

I Save A to Z

2. Pressure Cooker Beef with Broccoli ~ If you love Chinese food then you will love this Pressure Cooker Beef with Broccoli recipe from I Save A to Z. It tastes even better than your favorite restaurant version. 

Sweet C's

Chinese Food Recipes

3. Garlic Chinese Style Green Beans ~ This recipe by Sweet C’s is so yummy and so easy to make for a side dish, “just like takeout green beans but so much better!” I can’t wait to try this recipe.

Lady Behind the Curtain

4. Beef Pot Stickers ~ You won’t want to buy frozen pot stickers after you’ve tried this recipe by Lady Behind the Curtain. She  shows you how to make beef pot stickers step by step. The dough freezes well so you can make a double batch now and enjoy some later.

Chef Savvy

5. Fried Rice ~ Chef Savvy says it’s, “The BEST Fried Rice. This fried rice is loaded with veggies and only takes 20 minutes to make!” This kind of recipe is right up my alley.

Dinner Then Dessert

6. Classic Chinese Chow Mein ~ Learn how to make a classic Chinese dish by Dinner Then Dessert. This chow mein comes together in just under 20 minutes. Add protein to the chow mein or keep is vegetarian. Either way it’s amazing!

Dinner Then Dessert

Recipe with Chicken

7.  General Tso’s Chicken ~ If you love the popular take out meal, then you can’t go wrong with this General Tso’s Chicken by Dinner Then Dessert that you is “sweet and slightly spicy with a kick from garlic and ginger.”

8. Learn how to make Ree Drummond’s Orange Chicken on the Food Network.

My Nutricounter

Vegetarian Recipes

9. Chinese Tofu Stir Fry ~ We really love Chinese food and especially love fried rice so we’re really happy to introduce this healthy recipe, it’s totally delicious and really comforting. The array of veggies give great flavor and makes the dish super nutritious too. Recipe by My NutriCounter.

Lil' Luna


10. Crockpot Teriyaki Chicken ~ It’s always nice to make a dish in the crock pot that you may have never thought of before. This recipe by Lil’ Luna is one of them and it’s flavorful and amazing! It’ll melt in your mouth!

Seeded At The Table

11.  Sweet & Sour Chicken ~ If you love Chinese food then you will love this Sweet & Sour Chicken recipe by Seeded at the Table. It tastes even better than your favorite restaurant version. Who knew you could use a slow cooker to whip up this traditional meal?

11 Easy Chinese Food Recipes

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