Healthy Chinese Recipes

Enjoy all of your favorite Chinese recipes with these healthier takes from Food Network.

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Lightened Shrimp Fried Rice

Food Network Kitchens' take on this takeout favorite is loaded with shrimp and vegetables and is lightly fried in just a touch of oil — one serving comes in at under 400 calories.

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Pepper and Peanut Broccoli Stir-Fry

Buying pre-cut florets saves time for this recipe that can be as spicy as you'd like. Peanuts add a great crunch when sprinkled on top.

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Kung Pao Snow Peas

Sweet, crunchy snow peas are the low-calorie star of this vegetable dish that uses low-sodium stir-fry sauce to keep salt levels in check.

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Sweet and Sour Pork

Forget takeout — you can cook this sweet and sour stir-fry in just 10 minutes. For super-fast weeknight prep, cut up the ingredients the night before.

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Chicken Egg-Drop Soup

The classic soup gets a healthier spin, thanks to low-sodium chicken broth and a good dose of leafy greens with the addition of watercress.

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Steamed Baby Bok Choy

Steaming the baby bok choy keeps the calories for this dish low (30 per serving) while also yielding just the right texture. A lime-soy sauce dressing and a drizzle of spicy sesame oil give the vegetables a flavorful kick.

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Sweet and Sour Chicken

Cooking the chicken quickly over high heat gives this dish a crisp crust (minus the deep fryer), while fresh orange juice in the sauce and lots of vegetables keep it nutritionally balanced.

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Chicken-Scallion Rice Bowl

Strong Asian flavors shine through in a scented broth that uses shiitake stems and scallions, along with a hefty amount of garlic, ginger and basil. Poached chicken breasts and edamame provide protein.

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Baked Spring Rolls

A mix of crabmeat, ham and shredded vegetables fills these baked spring rolls, which trade the usual trip to the deep-fryer for a turn in the oven.

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Baby Broccoli with Oyster Sauce

This quick veggie side dish comes together in minutes. The broccoli is steamed just until tender and then drizzled with a touch of sesame oil and served with a simple dipping sauce.

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Spicy Szechuan Stir-Fry

Szechuan peppercorns and a dollop of chile paste give this quick chicken-and-vegetable dinner its enticing heat.

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