Stir fry cauliflower with capsicum
Japanese Tofu with Enoki Mushroom and Minced Pork
General Tso's Chicken - crispy chicken chunks in a spicy, sweet sauce. Make your favorite takeout dish at home!
Hong Kong style congee with dried fish and peanuts. Savoury, crunchy and a little smoky, my kind of comfort food!
This chilled Chinese Sesame Asparagus Salad makes the most of minimal preparation and four simple ingredients.
Colorful tea eggs for Easter
Honey Walnut Shrimp... a classic Chinese dish of crispy battered shrimp tossed in a creamy sauce and topped with candied walnuts.
Tau Suan With You Tiao (豆爽油条)
Asian Beef and Bok Choy Salad ~ plus life lessons from fish sauce!
A little confused about Chinese greens? Me, too! Baby bok choy is easy to prepare and delicious with garlic and fresh ginger.
Marbled Chinese Tea Eggs - made in the pressure cooker in just 30 minutes for the first time, ever. A new method without the overnight soak!
Classic Chinese dish from Sichuan/ Szechuan of Ma Po Dofu (tofu) or Spicy Beancurd.
Szechuan / Sichuan Red Oil Wonton (Wonton in Chili Oil 红油抄手). Photography step-by-step instructions on how to fold wonton.
Steamed chicken with mushroom and black fungus
Chinese fried rice is totally versatile and there are many variations. Here's my favorite.
Roast duck noodle soup at New Hon Wong - NYC
Pot Sticker Dumplings: a take-out classic made at home
Pork Sauce Rice, a Simple Taiwanese Snack
Spicy stir-fried pork with bean sauce served in crispy rice noodle baskets.
Stir Fried Rice Cake with Sprin Greens and Pork Recipe authentic recipe. This delicious stir fried dish is quick to make and extremely healthy
Quick and easy fish ball soup with Chinese preserved vegetables (dong choy) and glass noodles, ready in under 30 minutes.
Bored of hard boiled eggs? Try smoky, flavorful Chinese tea eggs!
Whole cumin seeds, jalapeño and red bell peppers, garlic and onions all deliver big taste in Chinese Lamb with Cumin.
Deep-fried Wonton with minced chicken and veggie fillings
Crispy Pork Belly
This noodle soup, jjambbong, is one of the most popular Korean-Chinese dishes. It's hearty, spicy, and delicious!
If you are like me who is serious about the turnip cakes (or food in general), you’ll appreciate every effort you put on making this authentic Cantonese turnip cake at home.
Fried eggplants with mincend meat and noodles - a Chinese treat [translator in sidebar]
Chinese lettuce wraps with chicken, water chestnuts, bell peppers, and zucchini.
Dried shrimp sambal is a spicy and aromatic Chinese-Nyonya condiment. It's so good that you will want more!
Spicy Szechuan eggplant with tofu.
My Mother’s Shanghainese Stir-Fry
Sauteed Greens with Mustard Seeds and Cashews
Char Siu Pork with Spring Onion Oil