Want to know what are some of the best Asian Thanksgiving Dinner Ideas?
Here are some of my favorite crowd-pleaser Asian Thanksgiving Dinner Ideas that you need to know about.
If this is your first time hosting Thanksgiving dinner, it can be highly stressful. But don’t worry, I got you!
Here are some of my favorite Asian Thanksgiving Dinner Ideas that are super EASY to make at home but also the ultimate crowd-pleasers!
You are going to learn about some of my favorite Asian Thanksgiving Dinner Ideas in this blog post.
This post is all about the best Asian Thanksgiving Dinner Ideas that are easy to make at home + FAIL-PROOF!
BEST ASIAN THANKSGIVING DINNER IDEAS
I am not exaggerating when I say this is the BEST Honey Walnut Shrimp you will ever try.
Crispy shrimp and buttery candied walnuts tossed in creamy, tangy sauce; this Honey Walnut Shrimp is 100% better than any takeout!
Who doesn’t love Chicken Wings? They are extra delicious when it’s crispy, juicy, and coated with a savory and sticky glaze.
Chicken wings are air-fried till crispy and golden brown and coated in a sticky glaze that is a perfect balance between sweet and savory.
This recipe is perfect for Thanksgiving or the Holiday Season that will have your guests ravings for days!
It is FINALLY HERE! EXTRA CRISPY Korean Fried Chicken Bites coated with a spicy and sweet glaze.
The chicken is double fried till crispy on the outside and juicy on the inside. The chicken is then tossed in a sweet and spicy glaze that is finger-licking good.
Get your soju and ice-cold beers ready because this Korean Fried Chicken Recipe is a MUST TRY.
My favorite Classic Chinese Takeout dish is for sure General Tso Chicken.
Super crispy chicken coated in a sweet and savory glaze, you need to give this General Tso Chicken recipe a try!
Who doesn’t love bouncy glass noodles coated with a savory and slightly sweet sauce paired with colorful vegetables that are addicting AND refreshing?
We are making a vegetarian version, but you can also add any protein of your choice, such as beef, pork, or chicken.
Japchae is easy to make at home, super versatile, and requires only a few simple ingredients.
Salt and Pepper Tofu is a classic popular recipe that is super addicting and easy to make at home.
My Salt and Pepper Tofu is FAIL-PROOF, and I also have a few secret tips for extra crispy tofu, plus my homemade savory pepper seasoning. This recipe is one of my favorite ways to enjoy tofu and is always a crowd-pleaser.
Salt and Pepper Tofu takes less than 30 minutes to make and is a perfect Asian Thanksgiving dinner with simple-to-find ingredients.
You will never believe that with just a few simple ingredients, you can make restaurant-style Fish from the comfort of your own home!
The secret for delicious steamed fish is the savory and slightly sweet sauce poured over a perfectly steamed fish
This Taiwanese Popcorn Chicken recipe is my secret specialty recipe that I make every time I have guests.
An EASY recipe contains many hidden tips and tricks to make AUTHENTIC Taiwanese Popcorn Chicken like the ones you get at night markets!
Crispy on the outside, JUICY on the inside; I am confident this is the best Taiwanese popcorn Chicken recipe you will ever try!
I am CONFIDENT to say that my Taiwanese Braised Pork Rice is 100x better than any bubble tea shop out there.
Here is my super EASY and delicious Instant Pot Taiwanese Braised Pork Rice, Lu Rou Fan, that will blow your mind.
Savory, rich, and flavorful braised pork belly on top of a hot bowl of rice is what you need this Thanksgiving! Make sure to make extra rice because I promise you will have more than one bowl for sure!
Deep-Fried till perfection, these extra crispy Chicken Karaage is crunchy on the outside and super juicy and flavourful on the inside.
If you never tried Japanese Fried Chicken, this is your sign to make it at home this Thanksgiving! Make sure to make extra because I promise you will be reaching for seconds.
This post was all about the best Asian desserts to have at your Thanksgiving dinner party! I hope you give some of these recipes a try and tell me which one was your favorite!