Marinate lamb with garlic, rosemary, and cardamom, then quickly cook until juicy and tender in this treasured Ethiopian staple.
Lentils, peanuts, coconut, and spices join forces to create a powerfully flavorful foundation for the most perfect fried rice you will ever eat in your adult life.
This quick and substantive Chinese dish features crispy pan-fried noodles topped with a rich and savory sauce with crunchy vegetables and seared pork.
Sweet, garlicky lobster is fried quickly and tossed with spicy ground pork, ginger, and herbs in this flashy and delectable centerpiece.
Named after a famous concubine from the Tang dynasty known for her hedonism (particularly when it came to food), this sweet, sour, and slightly spicy dish is sure to satisfy every one of your cravings.
Roughly translated into Arabic, suqaar means “small ones” and is basically a quickly cooked mixture of small pieces of meat and vegetables. Think of this as a Somali stir-fry.
Quick, easy, and peanut butter-y.
A quick and easy way to get in your veggies.
New York meets Korea.
Instant ramen noodles: they're not just for soup.
Chewy rice cakes add texture to this simple Chinese stir-fry.
Despite Charles Barkley looking less-than-pleased with the Atlanta trio, "Stir Fry" and "Narcos" worked well last night.