Sichuanese style dumplings - 'Zhong' Crescent Dumplings.
General Tso's Chicken
Stir-frying Chinese green (Chai Hsin) with XO sauce.
Shanghai Pancake - A delicacy originating from Shanghai. Step-by-step photo instructions.
Savory Chinese green onion pancakes, the perfect snack
Featuring the star anise and a recipe for "lu dan"
The richness of coconut cream & the distinctive taste of caramelised sugar makes Kaya (Coconut Custard Spread / Coconut Jam) Malaysia's favorite spread.
A photo guide to making scallion pancakes
Stuffed Tofu Puffs with Chili Garlic Sauce
Making these wontons can be fun particularly when you do it together with your friends or family members, wrap, chat, cheer . . .
Stir-Fry Snow Peas With Scallops
A home recipe to share - zha ziang mien - Chinese spaghetti.
Three Cups Chicken literally means 1 cup of sesame oil, 1 cup of soy sauce and 1 cup of Chinese cooking wine.
Fried Ground Pork on Bean Threads also nicknamed as ‘Ants on a Tree’. Guess why? ...
Chinese Char Siu. Have part of your Chinese buffet at home with this wonderful tasting pork dish.
Stir-fried Pickled Radish with Pork
Asian Style Guinness Baby Back Ribs. Succulent, and mouthwatering ribs!
Apple soup - a nourishing yet tasty soup for the entire family in this hot season.
Sweet and Sour Chicken
What you do with left over or torn wanton skins? Turn them into 'Chinese Sweet Soup' aka 'Tong Sui' for the family and friends!
Almond tofu. A refreshing light, cold, sweet dessert on a hot summer day.
Chinese Stir-fried Water Spinach - a healthy antidote to greasy takeout
Ants on a Tree- a Szechuan pork & noodle dish from the book "Hungry Monkey" by Matthew Amster-Burton
Baby bok choy - steamed and drizzled with oyster sauce and sesame oil.
Simple, fast and flavorful Chinese cabbage rolls, stuffed with brown rice.
Angry dumplings. Watch out, they bite back! (vegan)
Step-by-step instructions on how to make steamed sweet potato buns.
General Tso's Chicken (Changsha Version)
Chicken fried rice by Tastes Like Home.
Sichuan Dry-Fried Green Beans--savory, salty, spicy and so good. One of the best ways to eat green beans, IMO, Sichuan-style.
Chocolate Spiral Pastry with Mung Bean Filling
Broccoli Rabe in Oyster Sauce
Asian Pancakes: Savory Scallion Pancake