Category: Chinese Recipes

Steamed Tofu

Steamed tofu with a savory soy sauce garlic dressing. As one of the most popular and humble Chinese ingredients, we eat tofu around the year. It is one of the best ingredients for a simple tofu salad in hot summer days or can be used in hot stews and soups…

Steamed tofu with a savory soy sauce garlic dressing. As one of the most popular and humble Chinese ingredients, we eat tofu around the year. It is one of the best ingredients for a simple tofu salad in hot summer days or can be used in hot stews and soups…

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Authentic Kung Pao Chicken

Kung Pao Chicken (宫保鸡丁) in Chinese is a stir-fried dish with chicken cubes, dried chili pepper and deep-fried peanuts. The tender taste of the chicken matches great with the crispy peanuts with a combined sweet, sour and spicy taste. Background of the dish The name of Kung Pao comes from…

Kung Pao Chicken (宫保鸡丁) in Chinese is a stir-fried dish with chicken cubes, dried chili pepper and deep-fried peanuts. The tender taste of the chicken matches great with the crispy peanuts with a combined sweet, sour and spicy taste. Background of the dish The name of Kung Pao comes from&hel…

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Moo Shu Pork

Moo Shu Pork(木须肉, origional Chinese name 木樨肉)is a dish contains tender pork, soft egg, smooth wood ear and chewy daylily and cucumber. Moo Shu Pork is a dish originated from Northern China and now is quite popular in the entire country. However if you ever visit a restaurant in China,…

Moo Shu Pork(木须肉, origional Chinese name 木樨肉)is a dish contains tender pork, soft egg, smooth wood ear and chewy daylily and cucumber. Moo Shu Pork is a dish originated from Northern China and now is quite popular in the entire country. However if you ever visit a restaurant in China…

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Sha Cha Beef

Easy beef stir fried with a under rated Sha Cha Sauce (沙茶牛肉). What’s Sha Cha Sauce Sha cha sauce (沙茶酱) is a combined sauce from ChaoZhou area in Guangdong, China. With a savory and a slightly spicy taste, it has been widely used in Fujian cusine, Teochew cuisine and Taiwan…

Easy beef stir fried with a under rated Sha Cha Sauce (沙茶牛肉). What’s Sha Cha Sauce Sha cha sauce (沙茶酱) is a combined sauce from ChaoZhou area in Guangdong, China. With a savory and a slightly spicy taste, it has been widely used in Fujian cusine, Teochew cuisine and Taiwan…

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