Northern and Southern Chinese cuisine.
The number of mushrooms you have on hand can dictate the amount of stuffing that goes with them.
An ill-timed faux pas at a Chinese banquet could hinder the forging of new deals or friendships. The rules of Chinese dining etiquette are pretty straightforward, but you should proceed carefully.
2.5 kg of Daikon yields 612 g of Choi Poh so make plenty. It keeps almost indefinitely. The various dishes it is used in are so delicious that you’ll go through a large quantity in no time at all.
Classic Chinese Chow Mein with authentic ingredients and easy ingredient swaps to make this a pantry meal in a pinch.
A perfect Panda Express Chow Mein copycat recipe. The only difference you will find is that it is about half as much oil, so you don't feel so heavy after your meal.
Yummy moist coco rolls with a slight hint of Hickory.
This quick and easy soup is so good that I never bother ordering it from Chinese restaurants anymore!
Crab and cream cheese wontons with spring onions pinched into little purses and deep fried. These are the perfect Chinese restaurant copycat recipe served with sweet and sour sauce or sweet chilli sauce.
Can be filled with a sweet or savory filling and baked in the oven, deep fried, or air fried. Filling ideas include cream cheese and cherry pie filling, nutella and more.
Make Crispy and Sticky Mongolian Beef with any beef suitable for grilling, but make sure to slice the beef against the grain to make the beef more tender.
5 ingredient magic - on a budget! Make these bite size like I have - or larger by using overlapping pieces of rice paper to encase the fish.
You must try this - they will go in a flash!
Prawns and almonds are a great combination both in terms of texture and flavour. A Taiwanese favourite.
The real thing and not loaded with MSG. A quick & easy Sweet & Sour dipping sauce.