Northern and Southern Chinese cuisine.
Found in Chinese restaurants in Hong Kong, particularly in the Dim Sum eateries and often served with a dipping Worcestershire Sauce and or sweet chilli sauce.
Often served as one of the courses in a Chinese banquet. This Cantonese steamed fish uses fish fillets for an easy homemade version.
Cantonese restaurant always serve spring rolls and other dim sum with this sauce.
Far tastier than commercial rolls. Make them, freeze them, cook them. Easy as.
Crisp flavour that is easy and quick to prepare.
Cha siu bao or char siu bao is a Cantonese bun (baozi) that is filled with barbecue-flavoured char siu pork. They are served as a type of dim sum during 'yum cha'.
Make this easy Chinese favourite at home. Made with garlic, ginger, soy sauce and honey, it's cheaper and much more flavourful than takeout.
Lovely citrus chicken. Serve on saffron rice.
An easy way to impress your family with a chinese style.
This is a classic takeaway dish and a classic Chinese snack - Chow mein in Mandarin Chinese is pronounced 'Chao meean and it means 'stir-noodle'.
Delicious fusion of Turkish & Chinese.
This is surprisingly easy to make at home and it actually tastes a lot better than what you can get at most takeout restaurants.
A very tasty Chinese favourite.
Either summer or winter, this favourite is tops with everyone.
The secret ingredient in these delicate, attractive and flavourful Cups is peanut butter.