Food·Posted on Nov 3, 201529 Ridiculously Delicious Chinese Recipes That Are Better Than Take-OutBecause beef with broccoli only gets you so far.by Jessica TaylorBuzzFeed ContributorFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink 1. Stir-Fried Breakfast Noodles André Baranowski / Via saveur.com The best part of waking up is these noodles in your cup. Yes, noodles can and should be breakfast.Get the recipe here. 2. Spinach and Edamame Egg Drop Soup Farideh Sadeghin / Via saveur.com A winter warmer.Get the recipe here. 3. Triple-Cooked Spareribs With Chiles (Lu Rou) Ariana Lindquist / Via saveur.com Once, twice, three times the flavor.Get the recipe here. 4. Spicy Lo Mein With Pickled Greens Farideh Sadeghin / Via saveur.com Eat your greens, the noodle way.Get the recipe here. 5. Sichuan Tofu and Ground Beef in Red Chile Sauce (Mapo Tofu) Ariana Lindquist / Via saveur.com The Chinese way to casserole.Get the recipe here. 6. Sichuan Pork Wontons (Chao Shou) Ariana Lindquist / Via saveur.com A little sweet, a little spicy, a little tangy.Get the recipe here. 7. Vermicelli Noodles With Ground Pork (Ma Yi Shang Shu) Ariana Lindquist / Via saveur.com Translation: "Ants climbing a tree." Poetic, no? Delicious though.Get the recipe here. 8. Sweet and Sour Pork and Oyster Meatballs (Tangcu Muli Rouwan) Ariana Lindquist / Via saveur.com Sorry, Grandma, there's a new meatball in town.Get the recipe here. 9. Sichuan Noodle and Pork Shoulder Soup (Yu Xiang Pai Gu Mian) Ariana Lindquist / Via saveur.com Classic soul-warming, sinus-cleansing soup at its finest.Get the recipe here. 10. Char Siu Bao (Roast Pork Buns) Todd Coleman / Via saveur.com Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner. To go.Get the recipe here. 11. Stir-Fried Celtuce Tops With Mushrooms (Xianggu Chao Wosun Ye) Ingalls Photography / Via saveur.com Get to know a new vegetable today.Get the recipe here. 12. Stir-Fried Chicken With Celery (Jirou Chao Qincai) Todd Coleman / Via saveur.com Skip the snow peas for a delicious twist on a takeout classic.Get the recipe here. 13. Chinese Spicy Garlic Eggplant (Yu Xiang Qie Zi) Romulo Yanes / Via saveur.com And you thought you didn't like eggplant?Get the recipe here. 14. Shanghai Stir-Fried Rice Cakes (Chao Nian Gao) Ingalls Photography / Via saveur.com Your new favorite side dish.Get the recipe here. 15. Choy Sum With Garlic Sauce Farideh Sadeghin / Via saveur.com Move over creamed spinach.Get the recipe here. 16. Tofu, Long Bean, and Crispy Shallot Salad With Black Bean Vinaigrette André Baranowski / Via saveur.com Here's a one-bean salad that doesn't need two friends.Get the recipe here. 17. Everyday Fried Noodles (Tian Tian Chao Mian) Todd Coleman / Via saveur.com You'll want to make these as often as the name suggests.Get the recipe here. 18. Hunan Beef Dumplings With Peanut Sauce Matt Taylor-Gross / Via saveur.com Sorry, jelly, this one's all about peanut butter.Get the recipe here. 19. Stir-Fried Mushrooms With Bacon, Green Chiles, and Scallions (Xiachao Niugan Jun) Ariana Lindquist / Via saveur.com Because bacon makes it better.Get the recipe here. 20. Cold Sesame Noodles Maxime Iattoni / Via saveur.com Good enough for every season.Get the recipe here. 21. Pork and Chive Dumplings Todd Coleman / Via saveur.com If it ain't broke...Get the recipe here. 22. General Tso's Chicken Todd Coleman / Via saveur.com You'll never order the takeout version again.Get the recipe here. 23. Sichuan Noodles With Spicy Pork Sauce (Dan Dan Mian) Ariana Lindquist / Via saveur.com Spicy, chewy, and downright delicious.Get the recipe here. 24. Pork Pot Stickers Maxime Iattoni / Via saveur.com The appetizer no one can eat just one of.Get the recipe here. 25. Taiwanese Beef Noodle Soup (Hong Shao Niu Rou Mian) Todd Coleman / Via saveur.com The best beef noodle soup you'll ever eat.Get the recipe here. 26. Scallion Pancakes (Cong You Bing) Todd Coleman / Via saveur.com China knows its way around a pancake.Get the recipe here. 27. Beef and Broccoli Farideh Sadeghin / Via saveur.com Easier than dialing up delivery.Get the recipe here. 28. Sweet and Sticky Roast Pork With Sesame Noodles (Char Siu) James Fisher / Via saveur.com Sweet, sour, sticky, succulent. Get the recipe here. 29. Shanghai-Style Tomato Beef Stir-Fry Todd Coleman / Via saveur.com Beef stew, with a slurpable broth.Get the recipe here.