If you've had enough of family-friendly (i.e., non-spicy) Thanksgiving dishes, toss your leftovers with chili paste and soy sauce from your pantry, and create a new, fiery stir-fry.
This vegan and gluten-free butternut squash gets sweetness from apples, and just a bit of heat from Thai red curry paste. Make ahead and freeze for soup swaps.
It's easy to make a slow cooker batch of this Asian-inspired sweet and salty spicy shredded beef brisket, and freeze it in small portions for rice bowls during the week.
Chutney, an Indian condiment that combines fruit with onions and ginger, spices up your turkey (and leftovers), so make a batch for the Thanksgiving table.
If you love Korean barbecue, you'll love this recipe for slow-cooker chicken with the same spicy-salty flavors. This recipe comes from Hawaii!
Make these quick and easy miso noodles for lunch, supper, or picnics. The only thing you cook is the pasta!
Crockpot hoisin beef, cooked slowly and shredded, is the perfect filling for sandwiches or sliders, or for lettuce wraps. Hoisin sauce makes it sweet, and the slow cooker makes it easy.