These Asian chicken recipes showcase the best of that region’s aromatic and flavorful cuisine.
From the savory noodles of Japan to the sweet and sticky stir-fries of China, there’s a dish for everyone on this list of 25 tempting recipes.
Whether you like your chicken fiery or fruity, sweet or savory, you’ll love these unique dishes that taste better than takeout.
Save your budget and turn your kitchen into an Asian restaurant, serving up kung pao chicken, sweet and sour chicken balls, chicken chop suey, and more.
It’s time to take your tastebuds on a trip!
This delicious chicken is ready in just 30 minutes, making it the perfect mid-week treat.
Juicy chunks of chicken are coated in a sweet and sticky sauce, then fried until browned.
And let’s talk about that sauce. It’s made with just 5 ingredients, can be whisked together in minutes, and is full of insanely addictive flavor.
Nutty, sweet, and sticky, your family will go crazy for this takeout classic.
Crispy nuggets of fried chicken are tossed in a sticky sauce laced with honey, then sprinkled with sesame seeds.
Serve this over noodles or rice and enjoy watching it disappear!
One of the most popular items on restaurant menus, kung pao chicken originated in Sichuan province where it’s usually made with chicken, peanuts, vegetables, and chili peppers.
As the dish crossed over into Western cuisine, it morphed into new variations, but this recipe keeps it classic with a silky, zingy sauce and toasted nuts.
Named after a Chinese military leader, General Tso’s chicken often goes by other names, such as house special or Peking chicken.
Whatever you call it, it’s delicious. This tasty recipe is just the right amount of spicy and savory.
It’s flavored with soy sauce, ginger, and garlic for a bowl that tastes authentically Asian.
This restaurant-quality recipe lets you enjoy your takeout favorite without derailing your diet.
The gorgeous sweet and sour sauce is made with ingredients you probably already have in your fridge including ketchup, soy sauce, and pineapple juice.
Whisk it together and set it aside while you fry up a batch of crunchy, golden chicken nuggets. Pile them onto a plate, smother them with sauce, and enjoy!
This colorful dish comes all the way from Japan where the name is translated as ‘fried noodle.’
And that about sums it up. Fried noodles are cooked on the stovetop, along with chicken, vegetables, and a sweet and salty sauce.
It’s a one-pot meal that’s super easy. The hardest part is prepping the vegetables, but if you can chop carrots, you can make your own yakisoba!
It’s a common mistake to confuse chop suey and chow mein. The former is a rice dish while the latter is made with noodles.
This chow mein is a satisfying bowl of soft noodles, juicy chicken, and shredded vegetables, all simmered in an aromatic dressing.
Cashews are one of the most nutritious nuts you can eat, packed with zinc and healthy fats.
If you’re looking for a way to get more in your diet, check out this incredible cashew chicken.
Chicken is stir-fried with toasted cashews in a flavorful garlic sauce then served over fluffy rice and/or broccoli.
Yes, you read that right. You can make an incredible takeout-worthy dish with just 3 ingredients.
This culinary magic involves deep-fried chicken balls, coated in a sticky orange glaze.
That glaze is made by combining marmalade, BBQ sauce, and soy sauce. It’s seriously that simple!
If you do have some time, consider marinating your chicken beforehand to really lock in the juicy flavor.
Letting your chicken hang out in soy sauce, sake, and ginger for a few hours can turn this amazing meal into something super special.
Chili chicken is a fiery Indo-Chinese meal that comes with a kick.
It’s made with bell peppers, garlic, chili sauce, and soy sauce.
The chicken is marinated beforehand, taking on loads of flavor and becoming beautifully tender.
The meat is deep-fried until golden and crispy, then drizzled with sauce.
If you’re feeding kids, you can put the sauce on the side or make it milder by cutting the chilies.
This versatile chop suey can be served over rice or noodles and is a great way to use up any leftover vegetables.
The sauce is a simple but mouthwatering combination of soy sauce, broth, water, sugar, and sesame oil.
Whisk it together, pour over your ingredients, and simmer until it’s cooked. It’s hard to believe something this tasty is that simple.
Get a fantastic dinner on the table in less than 40 minutes with this easy Asian recipe.
It’s made by stir-frying tender slices of chicken with white button mushrooms and other shredded vegetables in a delicious sweet and sour sauce.
This restaurant favorite tastes even better at home.
Crispy chicken, drenched in a soy and garlic sauce – this is a satisfying dish that even the kids will devour.
Sweet, tangy, and slightly spicy, this dish is the best thing to happen to pineapple.
You can use fresh fruit, or grab the canned stuff, and it’ll still taste great. This is a must for the tropical fruit fans in your house.
Tender chicken nuggets, crisp broccoli, and a rich ginger and soy sauce – this is a succulent meal that’ll impress even the pickiest eaters.
Serve it with noodles or rice for an Asian-style family feast.
This is one of the easiest stir-fries ever, and one of the tastiest.
It’s also healthier than your usual Chinese dish thanks to the addition of veggies like broccoli and edamame.
If you want to get your kid eating greens, this is the way to do it!
Fried rice might not be the healthiest dish, but it’s a whole lot healthier when you make it at home.
It’s also an amazing way to use up any leftover rice.
Just dump into a pan, add a handful of ingredients, and drizzle over sauce before serving. If only all meals were this easy and tasty.
Our family always orders lo mein on Chinese night. But this super easy recipe allows you to make your own, adding fresh flavors and healthy ingredients.
Chicken, noodles, bean sprouts, and bell peppers are flavored with ginger, garlic, and dark soy sauce.
Simmered on the stove, it’s a low-maintenance meal that’s fuss-free but loaded with yummy goodness.
You can throw anything into this savory stir-fry – carrots, cabbage, bean sprouts, broccoli – for a budget-conscious meal that tastes great.
Serve it over jasmine rice and pack any leftovers into lunch boxes for healthy snacking rice bowls.
Bored with the usual deli sandwiches? Make yourself something new, tasty, and healthy with these nourishing lettuce wraps.
Ground chicken is browned and simmered in a rich, nutty, soy sauce then piled onto lettuce leaves and sprinkled with crushed peanuts.
This light entree may be gluten-free and dairy-free, but it’s full of gorgeously enticing flavors.
These crispy, crunchy egg rolls are dangerously addictive – don’t say you weren’t warned.
They’re delicious parcels of ground chicken and shredded vegetables, wrapped in a pastry cocoon and fried until golden.
Save yourself some time by buying pre-shredded veggies, such as a coleslaw mix.
And if you’re making a big platter for a party, pair them with a tangy sweet and sour dipping sauce.
This bang bang chicken definitely makes an impression.
Chunks of chicken are dipped in a buttermilk batter and coated in breadcrumbs, making them perfectly moist on the inside but crispy on the outside.
They’re drizzled with a sweet chili mayo just before serving. And believe me, that sauce is banging.
It’s a creamy yet spicy blend that’ll light up your taste buds with an explosion of flavors.
Any meal with ‘fun’ in the title has to be good, and this chicken mei fun doesn’t disappoint.
It’s a home-style noodle dish, made with skinny rice noodles, fragrant sauce, chicken, and vegetables.
The rice noodles cook up quickly, and everything can be sauteed together in one wok (or skillet), making this recipe a quick and easy mid-week meal.
No actual dragons were harmed in the making of this dish. I
t takes its name from the mythical beast which occupies an important place in Chinese culture, signifying power and strength.
You’ll certainly feel strong and powerful after gobbling down a bowl of this crispy chicken in spicy sauce.
Tossed with red chili and toasted cashews, the chicken is fried until golden brown.
As you might expect from a dragon-endorsed recipe, this dish has a kick to it. If you like your food less fiery, just reduce the chili content to make it milder.
Super crispy, super sticky, and super tasty, this Asian favorite is a keeper.
Crunchy morsels of fried chicken are tossed in a sticky sauce, laced with honey, garlic, and brown sugar.
Kids will love it, adults will love it, and guests will love it. Make a big batch because the whole neighborhood will want to come for dinner.
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