Jet Tila's Best Recipes

Browse a variety of Jet’s best recipes from delicious desserts to enticing entrees.

New York Super Fudge Chunk Cookies

Jet uses a blowtorch to brulee the marshmallow topping, adding another level of texture and flavor to the chunky cookie.

Get the Recipe: New York Super Fudge Chunk Cookies

Kung Pao Shrimp

Jet packs his easy Kung Pao Shrimp full of flavor by using Asian chili paste. "It’s got a phenomenal heat, a balance of acidity and a nice garlic flavor," he says.

Get the Recipe: Kung Pao Shrimp

Pork and Pate Banh Mi

For the perfect sandwich, Jet recommends using airy baguettes or French rolls. He told us, "A good banh mi should be crispy on the outside and light and airy in the middle."

Get the Recipe: Pork and Pate Banh Mi

Mole Poblano with Chicken Wings

Infused with peanuts, dried spices, chocolate and dried chiles, Jet’s mole sauce is an ideal blend of savory, sweet and spicy.

Get the Recipe: Mole Poblano with Chicken Wings

Korean BBQ Short Ribs

"These ribs hit all the comfort-food flavor buttons for me: beefy, sweet, savory and salty. Eat them with your fingers or on a bed of warm white rice," says Jet.

Get the Recipe: Korean BBQ Short Ribs

Korean Short Rib Tacos

Whisk soy sauce, sugar, gochujang and sesame oil together for an irresistible Korean taco sauce. Jet says you can make the sauce a few days in advance and store it in the fridge for an easy prep.

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Pad Thai

One recipe fan told us: "Great flavors and finally something that tastes just as good, if not better, than takeout! It takes time to put everything together, but it's so worth it!"

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Orange Chicken

Jet uses tempura flour to batter the chicken thighs as it turns out light, airy and perfectly crispy.

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My Famous Drunken Noodles

If you’re looking for a quick and easy Thai dish, ditch the takeout and try Jet’s Famous Drunken Noodles instead. They’re full of flavor and ready to eat in just 20 minutes.

Get the Recipe: My Famous Drunken Noodles

Classic Lo Mein (Noodles)

Jet recommends using Japanese yaki soba noodles for this dish, but he says other options will work in a pinch. "Spaghetti or fettuccini cooked al dente, rinsed in cold water and drained in a colander will also make a great lo mein," he explains.

Get the Recipe: Classic Lo Mein (Noodles)

Sew Mai Dumplings

One dumpling fan raved: "Delicious! Every time I make these, they disappear faster than you blink."

Get the Recipe: Sew Mai Dumplings

Salted Chocolate Banana Bread

Jet’s secret to extra-moist banana bread: sour cream!

Get the Recipe: Salted Chocolate Banana Bread