Northern and Southern Chinese cuisine.
A versatile soup that can have corn instead of asparagus if desired.
Made with a slightly sweet and yellow-coloured dough that is usually found in cha chaan teng dinner rolls.
Tastier than a take away and great for nibbling and sharing.
This is my all time favourite Chinese soup. It is a meal in itself.
Simple, easy recipe that is quick too!
Lo Mein might already be one of your go-tos when ordering Chinese takeout. Skip spending money and make this dish at home in only 30 minutes.
Sweet and sticky, this melt in your mouth beer braised pork belly is simple to make and incredibly flavourful. Served it with potatoes, noodles or rice. East meets West comfort food right there.
Panda Express Beijing Beef is an awesome copycat of the original with crispy strips of marinated beef, bell peppers and sliced onions, tossed in the wok with a tangy sweet and spicy sauce.
Enjoy an Asian twist with a lighter sweet and sour style broth and dim sum dumplings.
It is said that one biang biang noodle can fill an entire rice bowl. Learn how to make these surprisingly easy noodles - you'll be as stunned as I was as to how fun and tasty they are.
Juicy and healthy, these mussels are delicious. From the clean waters of New Zealand.
Pork belly is loved by the Chinese. This is the dish that truly serves up that natural fresh taste.
A delicious dish that’s a little bit fancy, made with baby bok choy and fragrant braised dried Chinese mushrooms. Makes for a great side dish.
This vegetarian dish is traditionally served on New Year's Day. For extra flavour, the vegetarian stock can be used instead of mushroom soaking liquid.
Cook using a pressure cooker, roast in the oven or use a slow cooker. No matter which cooking method you choose to use, all ribs must be glazed, broiled or grilled for the final touch.