Tag Archives: Asian

Crock Pot Pineapple Chicken

Here’s a quick and easy dinner recipe. Just cut up the chicken, throw it in the crock pot, add the other ingredients, and you’re good to go. It’s pretty low calorie and very filling. Make sure and use the reduced-sodium … Continue reading

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If at First You Don’t Succeed

I love it when a new recipe turns out perfectly, and I can snap a picture and share it with my internet friends. And although I usually share all of my successes, I rarely share the failures. Not because I’m … Continue reading

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Genghis Grill Added to Healthy List

I’d been wanting to try Genghis Grill for quite some time; however they don’t seem to have any restaurants near us. So I was thrilled to discover that they had one in Reno, as that’s a frequent lunch stop for … Continue reading

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String Bean Chicken Breast

This is a Panda Express copycat recipe; and although it’s not exactly like the restaurant version, it’s still very tasty. The first time I made it I forgot the sugar and it tasted horrible. I’m glad I gave it a … Continue reading

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Firecracker Chicken

This is a quick and easy recipe that Charles adapted a bit to cut-back on the calories. I serve it with some white rice and veggies. The sodium is higher than I usually like, but it’s all from the Frank’s … Continue reading

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General Tso’s Chicken

I so love General Tso’s Chicken, but it’s usually pretty high in sodium. This recipe uses reduced-sodium soy sauce, so that helps cut down the sodium. Unfortunately the gluten-free soy sauce is high in sodium, so you have to make … Continue reading

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Crock Pot Cashew Chicken

I had my doubts about this recipe, because it just didn’t look like enough sauce, but it worked out just fine. As it cooked, the liquid increased. I used rice flour to dodge the wheat, and although it’s higher in … Continue reading

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Orange Chicken and Vegetable Stir Fry

Here’s a quick and easy lunch recipe. For an Asian dish, it’s pretty low in sodium too. And with ¾ cup of rice it’s just over 300 calories – the perfect target for lunch.

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Sichuan Stir Fry

This tangy little recipe is relatively low in sodium for Asian food. That’s because it doesn’t solely rely on soy sauce for the flavor. It only has 1 t of reduced-sodium soy sauce in it and a serving has just … Continue reading

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