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Fast and fresh Chinese recipes that are tastier than a takeaway

These easy and delicious Chinese takeaway-style recipes are perfect for your weekend evening at home

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Fast and fresh Chinese recipes that are tastier than a takeaway

Nothing says 'Saturday night in' like a tasty, colourful Chinese takeaway with all of the trimmings.

But not only can takeaways be expensive, they're not the kindest to the waistline either. So ditch the menus and make it yourself this weekend! Our homemade Chinese takeaway-style dishes are easy, budget-friendly, lighter and really deliver on flavour.

What are you waiting for? Scroll on to discover our Friday 'fakeaway' menu...

prawn toast

A classic Chinese takeaway appetiser, it's surprisingly easy to make your own prawn toast at home.

Crunchy toast triangles topped with juicy prawns, spring onions and nutty sesame seeds - served with a sticky sweet chilli sauce. Yum!

Beef and black bean stir-fry with noodles

Rich and sweet, black bean sauce is a match made in heaven when partnered with succulent, stir-fried beef.

Our beef and black bean stir-fry takes just 15 mins to make - quicker than waiting for a takeaway! With plenty of fresh veg and a hint of chilli, these saucy noodles are a real crowdpleaser.

Vegan spring rolls

Packed with beansprouts, red pepper, green beans, ginger and water chestnuts, these homemade spring rolls are crisp on the outside and perfectly seasoned on the inside. They're also dairy and egg-free, and accidentally vegan! Serve with soy sauce for dipping and you're onto a winner.

pork and noodle stir-fry

These colourful noodles with tender pork and a punchy garlic and soy dressing are oh-so satisfying. Serve with fresh lime to squeeze over and coriander leaves to garnish to take this speedy stir-fry to the next level.

vegan kung pao crispy cauliflower with veg fried rice

Vegans and vegetarians don't have to miss out on the fun, either. With egg noodles and egg-fried rice, ordering a takeaway can be tricky for vegans - but our vegan kung pao cauliflower packs all of those takeaway flavours while remaining 100% plant-based!

Crispy, sriracha-spiced cauliflower florets are served with a delicious, sticky sauce and veggie-fried rice. Meat-eaters and veggies alike will go crazy for this tasty recipe.

Have our Chinese 'fakeaway' marvels got you craving some homemade nosh this evening? Make sure to stock up on everything you need online or pop into your local store.