Chinese Recipes for Memorial Day

Chinese Recipes for Memorial Day
This Monday America celebrates Memorial Day, which means lots of outdoor barbecues with grilled chicken, burgers, and more. Here are some fun Chinese recipes to add to your Memorial Day party menu.

Chinese Chicken Salad Filled Cucumber Cups Recipe
Little cups made from cucumber filled with an Asian flavored chicken salad make the perfect party snack. The best part about this recipe is that it can be made the day before and stored in the refrigerator until you are ready to serve.

Hoisin Grilled Chicken Recipe
This simple recipe consists of just two ingredients, chicken breasts and hoisin sauce. Simply marinate for an hour and then grill.

Char Siu Ribs Recipe
Ribs are a barbecue party favorite. For something new, try these delicious char siu ribs. Marinated in a sweet and spicy sauce and basted with a hoisin honey glaze, these are sure to make your party a hit. Plus these are made in the oven, which leaves your grill open for other meats and vegetables.

Asian Beef Sliders Recipe
Mini burgers topped with an Asian sweet chili coleslaw and flavored with ginger, garlic and green onion are the perfect twist on an outdoor barbecue favorite. These are perfect for those who may bring little ones.

Grilled Tofu
Grilled tofu is a great option for any vegetarian guests. Make sure to have several sauces and/or condiments that guests can place on top of their tofu. This makes a great cocktail party treat as well.

Chinese Barbecue Chicken Skewers
Chicken skewers are another classic backyard barbecue treat. These are made with a honey hoisin glaze and marinated with a sherry soy sauce mix.

Sweet and Sour Pork Skewers Recipe
Another option besides chicken is pork. These pork skewers are made with cut pieces of pork, bell pepper, onion, and pineapple, which are skewered and basted with a sweet and sour glaze.

Sweet and Sour Bean Salad Recipe
Made with a mix of yellow beans, chickpeas, pea pods, water chestnuts and green pepper. This cold bean salad, which is tossed in a delicious sweet and sour sauce is then topped with chow mein noodles right before serving makes the perfect side dish. This is a fun new twist on the traditional sweet bean salad and is perfect for any outdoor party.

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