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It's time to think outside the pork bun and way beyond kimchi. We're in the middle of an Asian-food renaissance that's being led on two fronts — by devoted students of Eastern techniques and culinary traditions, and by barnstorming young chefs who are reinventing the genre, from Oakland to Atlanta, Minneapolis to Manhattan. The result is a heady hi-lo fusion that combines the thrill of street vendors, noodle shops, and pho bars with the refinement of the continent's greatest gourmet cuisines. Here are the chefs, restaurants, and delicacies that are bringing this brave new world — the wild, wild East — to America.

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Jeremy Pang’s 30-minute Chinese meal – recipes

Jeremy Pang’s 30-minute Chinese feast: (clockwise from bottom) Singapore noodles, flash-fried cabbage with dried chillies and sweetened soy, and steamed hake with aromatic chilli oil. Photograph: Issy Croker/The Guardian. Food and prop styling: Kitty Coles.

Jeremy Pang’s 30-minute Chinese feast: (clockwise from bottom) Singapore noodles, flash-fried cabbage with dried chillies and sweetened soy, and steamed hake with aromatic chilli oil. Photograph: Issy Croker/The Guardian. Food and prop styling: Kitty Coles.

Three quick dishes or a substantial feast, all ready in about half an hour: Singapore noodles, steamed hake with chilli oil, and flash-fried cabbage

Last modified on Sun 9 May 2021 13.57 BST

H ere are three simple dishes that would work well together as a quick, healthy meal, and the whole lot could easily be done in less than 30 minutes, so long as you’re organised. Make sure to start with the preparation: get all the ingredients for the noodles and the cabbage ready, then get to work on the fish: once it’s been put on to steam, stir-fry the Singapore noodles, give the wok a little clean, then finish off with the cabbage. You may be surprised how easy it is to cook three dishes so quickly.


Jeremy Pang’s 30-minute Chinese meal – recipes

Jeremy Pang’s 30-minute Chinese feast: (clockwise from bottom) Singapore noodles, flash-fried cabbage with dried chillies and sweetened soy, and steamed hake with aromatic chilli oil. Photograph: Issy Croker/The Guardian. Food and prop styling: Kitty Coles.

Jeremy Pang’s 30-minute Chinese feast: (clockwise from bottom) Singapore noodles, flash-fried cabbage with dried chillies and sweetened soy, and steamed hake with aromatic chilli oil. Photograph: Issy Croker/The Guardian. Food and prop styling: Kitty Coles.

Three quick dishes or a substantial feast, all ready in about half an hour: Singapore noodles, steamed hake with chilli oil, and flash-fried cabbage

Last modified on Sun 9 May 2021 13.57 BST

H ere are three simple dishes that would work well together as a quick, healthy meal, and the whole lot could easily be done in less than 30 minutes, so long as you’re organised. Make sure to start with the preparation: get all the ingredients for the noodles and the cabbage ready, then get to work on the fish: once it’s been put on to steam, stir-fry the Singapore noodles, give the wok a little clean, then finish off with the cabbage. You may be surprised how easy it is to cook three dishes so quickly.


Jeremy Pang’s 30-minute Chinese meal – recipes

Jeremy Pang’s 30-minute Chinese feast: (clockwise from bottom) Singapore noodles, flash-fried cabbage with dried chillies and sweetened soy, and steamed hake with aromatic chilli oil. Photograph: Issy Croker/The Guardian. Food and prop styling: Kitty Coles.

Jeremy Pang’s 30-minute Chinese feast: (clockwise from bottom) Singapore noodles, flash-fried cabbage with dried chillies and sweetened soy, and steamed hake with aromatic chilli oil. Photograph: Issy Croker/The Guardian. Food and prop styling: Kitty Coles.

Three quick dishes or a substantial feast, all ready in about half an hour: Singapore noodles, steamed hake with chilli oil, and flash-fried cabbage

Last modified on Sun 9 May 2021 13.57 BST

H ere are three simple dishes that would work well together as a quick, healthy meal, and the whole lot could easily be done in less than 30 minutes, so long as you’re organised. Make sure to start with the preparation: get all the ingredients for the noodles and the cabbage ready, then get to work on the fish: once it’s been put on to steam, stir-fry the Singapore noodles, give the wok a little clean, then finish off with the cabbage. You may be surprised how easy it is to cook three dishes so quickly.


Jeremy Pang’s 30-minute Chinese meal – recipes

Jeremy Pang’s 30-minute Chinese feast: (clockwise from bottom) Singapore noodles, flash-fried cabbage with dried chillies and sweetened soy, and steamed hake with aromatic chilli oil. Photograph: Issy Croker/The Guardian. Food and prop styling: Kitty Coles.

Jeremy Pang’s 30-minute Chinese feast: (clockwise from bottom) Singapore noodles, flash-fried cabbage with dried chillies and sweetened soy, and steamed hake with aromatic chilli oil. Photograph: Issy Croker/The Guardian. Food and prop styling: Kitty Coles.

Three quick dishes or a substantial feast, all ready in about half an hour: Singapore noodles, steamed hake with chilli oil, and flash-fried cabbage

Last modified on Sun 9 May 2021 13.57 BST

H ere are three simple dishes that would work well together as a quick, healthy meal, and the whole lot could easily be done in less than 30 minutes, so long as you’re organised. Make sure to start with the preparation: get all the ingredients for the noodles and the cabbage ready, then get to work on the fish: once it’s been put on to steam, stir-fry the Singapore noodles, give the wok a little clean, then finish off with the cabbage. You may be surprised how easy it is to cook three dishes so quickly.


Jeremy Pang’s 30-minute Chinese meal – recipes

Jeremy Pang’s 30-minute Chinese feast: (clockwise from bottom) Singapore noodles, flash-fried cabbage with dried chillies and sweetened soy, and steamed hake with aromatic chilli oil. Photograph: Issy Croker/The Guardian. Food and prop styling: Kitty Coles.

Jeremy Pang’s 30-minute Chinese feast: (clockwise from bottom) Singapore noodles, flash-fried cabbage with dried chillies and sweetened soy, and steamed hake with aromatic chilli oil. Photograph: Issy Croker/The Guardian. Food and prop styling: Kitty Coles.

Three quick dishes or a substantial feast, all ready in about half an hour: Singapore noodles, steamed hake with chilli oil, and flash-fried cabbage

Last modified on Sun 9 May 2021 13.57 BST

H ere are three simple dishes that would work well together as a quick, healthy meal, and the whole lot could easily be done in less than 30 minutes, so long as you’re organised. Make sure to start with the preparation: get all the ingredients for the noodles and the cabbage ready, then get to work on the fish: once it’s been put on to steam, stir-fry the Singapore noodles, give the wok a little clean, then finish off with the cabbage. You may be surprised how easy it is to cook three dishes so quickly.


Jeremy Pang’s 30-minute Chinese meal – recipes

Jeremy Pang’s 30-minute Chinese feast: (clockwise from bottom) Singapore noodles, flash-fried cabbage with dried chillies and sweetened soy, and steamed hake with aromatic chilli oil. Photograph: Issy Croker/The Guardian. Food and prop styling: Kitty Coles.

Jeremy Pang’s 30-minute Chinese feast: (clockwise from bottom) Singapore noodles, flash-fried cabbage with dried chillies and sweetened soy, and steamed hake with aromatic chilli oil. Photograph: Issy Croker/The Guardian. Food and prop styling: Kitty Coles.

Three quick dishes or a substantial feast, all ready in about half an hour: Singapore noodles, steamed hake with chilli oil, and flash-fried cabbage

Last modified on Sun 9 May 2021 13.57 BST

H ere are three simple dishes that would work well together as a quick, healthy meal, and the whole lot could easily be done in less than 30 minutes, so long as you’re organised. Make sure to start with the preparation: get all the ingredients for the noodles and the cabbage ready, then get to work on the fish: once it’s been put on to steam, stir-fry the Singapore noodles, give the wok a little clean, then finish off with the cabbage. You may be surprised how easy it is to cook three dishes so quickly.


Jeremy Pang’s 30-minute Chinese meal – recipes

Jeremy Pang’s 30-minute Chinese feast: (clockwise from bottom) Singapore noodles, flash-fried cabbage with dried chillies and sweetened soy, and steamed hake with aromatic chilli oil. Photograph: Issy Croker/The Guardian. Food and prop styling: Kitty Coles.

Jeremy Pang’s 30-minute Chinese feast: (clockwise from bottom) Singapore noodles, flash-fried cabbage with dried chillies and sweetened soy, and steamed hake with aromatic chilli oil. Photograph: Issy Croker/The Guardian. Food and prop styling: Kitty Coles.

Three quick dishes or a substantial feast, all ready in about half an hour: Singapore noodles, steamed hake with chilli oil, and flash-fried cabbage

Last modified on Sun 9 May 2021 13.57 BST

H ere are three simple dishes that would work well together as a quick, healthy meal, and the whole lot could easily be done in less than 30 minutes, so long as you’re organised. Make sure to start with the preparation: get all the ingredients for the noodles and the cabbage ready, then get to work on the fish: once it’s been put on to steam, stir-fry the Singapore noodles, give the wok a little clean, then finish off with the cabbage. You may be surprised how easy it is to cook three dishes so quickly.


Jeremy Pang’s 30-minute Chinese meal – recipes

Jeremy Pang’s 30-minute Chinese feast: (clockwise from bottom) Singapore noodles, flash-fried cabbage with dried chillies and sweetened soy, and steamed hake with aromatic chilli oil. Photograph: Issy Croker/The Guardian. Food and prop styling: Kitty Coles.

Jeremy Pang’s 30-minute Chinese feast: (clockwise from bottom) Singapore noodles, flash-fried cabbage with dried chillies and sweetened soy, and steamed hake with aromatic chilli oil. Photograph: Issy Croker/The Guardian. Food and prop styling: Kitty Coles.

Three quick dishes or a substantial feast, all ready in about half an hour: Singapore noodles, steamed hake with chilli oil, and flash-fried cabbage

Last modified on Sun 9 May 2021 13.57 BST

H ere are three simple dishes that would work well together as a quick, healthy meal, and the whole lot could easily be done in less than 30 minutes, so long as you’re organised. Make sure to start with the preparation: get all the ingredients for the noodles and the cabbage ready, then get to work on the fish: once it’s been put on to steam, stir-fry the Singapore noodles, give the wok a little clean, then finish off with the cabbage. You may be surprised how easy it is to cook three dishes so quickly.


Jeremy Pang’s 30-minute Chinese meal – recipes

Jeremy Pang’s 30-minute Chinese feast: (clockwise from bottom) Singapore noodles, flash-fried cabbage with dried chillies and sweetened soy, and steamed hake with aromatic chilli oil. Photograph: Issy Croker/The Guardian. Food and prop styling: Kitty Coles.

Jeremy Pang’s 30-minute Chinese feast: (clockwise from bottom) Singapore noodles, flash-fried cabbage with dried chillies and sweetened soy, and steamed hake with aromatic chilli oil. Photograph: Issy Croker/The Guardian. Food and prop styling: Kitty Coles.

Three quick dishes or a substantial feast, all ready in about half an hour: Singapore noodles, steamed hake with chilli oil, and flash-fried cabbage

Last modified on Sun 9 May 2021 13.57 BST

H ere are three simple dishes that would work well together as a quick, healthy meal, and the whole lot could easily be done in less than 30 minutes, so long as you’re organised. Make sure to start with the preparation: get all the ingredients for the noodles and the cabbage ready, then get to work on the fish: once it’s been put on to steam, stir-fry the Singapore noodles, give the wok a little clean, then finish off with the cabbage. You may be surprised how easy it is to cook three dishes so quickly.


Jeremy Pang’s 30-minute Chinese meal – recipes

Jeremy Pang’s 30-minute Chinese feast: (clockwise from bottom) Singapore noodles, flash-fried cabbage with dried chillies and sweetened soy, and steamed hake with aromatic chilli oil. Photograph: Issy Croker/The Guardian. Food and prop styling: Kitty Coles.

Jeremy Pang’s 30-minute Chinese feast: (clockwise from bottom) Singapore noodles, flash-fried cabbage with dried chillies and sweetened soy, and steamed hake with aromatic chilli oil. Photograph: Issy Croker/The Guardian. Food and prop styling: Kitty Coles.

Three quick dishes or a substantial feast, all ready in about half an hour: Singapore noodles, steamed hake with chilli oil, and flash-fried cabbage

Last modified on Sun 9 May 2021 13.57 BST

H ere are three simple dishes that would work well together as a quick, healthy meal, and the whole lot could easily be done in less than 30 minutes, so long as you’re organised. Make sure to start with the preparation: get all the ingredients for the noodles and the cabbage ready, then get to work on the fish: once it’s been put on to steam, stir-fry the Singapore noodles, give the wok a little clean, then finish off with the cabbage. You may be surprised how easy it is to cook three dishes so quickly.


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