tag: chinese

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{recipe} Chinese Spicy Cucumber Salad

{recipe} Chinese Spicy Cucumber Salad

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{recipe} Asian-Style Fried Quinoa with Kale is a quick, weeknight staple. Quinoa

{recipe} Asian-Style Fried Quinoa with Kale is a quick, weeknight staple. Quinoa's nutty flavor and firm texture match up nicely with soy sauce and ginger, and the kale makes it even heartier.

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{recipe} Chicken with Thai basil, Chinese broccoli, and cashews.

{recipe} Chicken with Thai basil, Chinese broccoli, and cashews.

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Spicy & Delicious starter, restaurant style Chilli Chicken.

Spicy & Delicious starter, restaurant style Chilli Chicken.

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Szechuan Eggplant & Aromatic White Rice - Happy Lunar New Year!

Szechuan Eggplant & Aromatic White Rice - Happy Lunar New Year!

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{recipe} Chive and Pork Potstickers - Juicy potstickers with crispy pan-fried skins, stuffed with pork and spicy Chinese chives.

{recipe} Chive and Pork Potstickers - Juicy potstickers with crispy pan-fried skins, stuffed with pork and spicy Chinese chives.

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{recipe} Finally I have found the best recipe for spicy sesame peanut noodles. Perfect with a gravy on the side or just on its own.

{recipe} Finally I have found the best recipe for spicy sesame peanut noodles. Perfect with a gravy on the side or just on its own.

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Cantonese poached chicken w/ ginger scallion oil

Cantonese poached chicken w/ ginger scallion oil

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Though just as delicious, these are not French fries!

Though just as delicious, these are not French fries!

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During Chinese New Year make these delicious Asian Lettuce Wraps. They are quick to make and fun to roll.

During Chinese New Year make these delicious Asian Lettuce Wraps. They are quick to make and fun to roll.

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Chinese New Year is a busy time!  Get a golden heap of beautiful pan-fried dumplings out in less than an hour.

Chinese New Year is a busy time! Get a golden heap of beautiful pan-fried dumplings out in less than an hour.

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Easy - no fuss weeknight meal : Chinese Mushroom-Chicken. Takes less than 20 minutes to make and tastes far better than take out.

Easy - no fuss weeknight meal : Chinese Mushroom-Chicken. Takes less than 20 minutes to make and tastes far better than take out.

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Make shrimp chow mein for Chinese New Year!

Make shrimp chow mein for Chinese New Year!

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Shrimp & Snow Peas Stir-Fry Lo Mein Noodles (Happy Shrimp Longevity Noodles)

Shrimp & Snow Peas Stir-Fry Lo Mein Noodles (Happy Shrimp Longevity Noodles)

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Mongolian Beef (Low Carb & Gluten-free) - A fast, no frills recipe that always delivers!

Mongolian Beef (Low Carb & Gluten-free) - A fast, no frills recipe that always delivers!

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Celebrate this Chinese New Year with some delicious Pineapple Tarts!

Celebrate this Chinese New Year with some delicious Pineapple Tarts!

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Black & White Sesame Cookies with 100% Whole Wheat

Black & White Sesame Cookies with 100% Whole Wheat

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BBQ Pork Dumplings. Deep fried to perfection, the addition of bbq sauce in the mixture gives the dumplings a surprisingly good flavor.

BBQ Pork Dumplings. Deep fried to perfection, the addition of bbq sauce in the mixture gives the dumplings a surprisingly good flavor.

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Duck Tongues Dim Sum to celebrate the Chinese New Year.

Duck Tongues Dim Sum to celebrate the Chinese New Year.

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Eggs symbolize fertility and prosperity for the Chinese. Why not try these tea eggs this Chinese New Year?

Eggs symbolize fertility and prosperity for the Chinese. Why not try these tea eggs this Chinese New Year?

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Ushering in the Year of The Horse with Parmesan Pineapple Tarts

Ushering in the Year of The Horse with Parmesan Pineapple Tarts

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Hong Kong Egg Tarts

Hong Kong Egg Tarts

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Chinese Beef and Broccoli to celebrate the Chinese New Year.

Chinese Beef and Broccoli to celebrate the Chinese New Year.

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Spicy, garlicky Baby Bok Choy Chips are a delicious way to kick off  the Chinese New Year feast . . . or, Game Day!

Spicy, garlicky Baby Bok Choy Chips are a delicious way to kick off the Chinese New Year feast . . . or, Game Day!

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{recipe} Mongolian Beef

{recipe} Mongolian Beef

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{recipe} Napa cabbage and tofu soup made with homemade pork stock.

{recipe} Napa cabbage and tofu soup made with homemade pork stock.

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{recipe} One-pot Chinese chicken and rice.

{recipe} One-pot Chinese chicken and rice.

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Most cooks are either over-stirrers or under-stirrers. Here

Most cooks are either over-stirrers or under-stirrers. Here's how and why to avoid both, plus a recipe for Orange Chicken Stir-Fry with Rice Noodles.

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Spicy & delicious stir fried vegetables.

Spicy & delicious stir fried vegetables.

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This Chinese New Year favorite gets a slight reinvent just in time for the New Year. This finger food dessert is perfect for any gathering! Gluten free.

This Chinese New Year favorite gets a slight reinvent just in time for the New Year. This finger food dessert is perfect for any gathering! Gluten free.

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{recipe} Pan-Fried Pork Dumplings with Mushrooms

{recipe} Pan-Fried Pork Dumplings with Mushrooms

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{recipe} Sesame oil chicken, with ginger, goji berries, and spring onions.

{recipe} Sesame oil chicken, with ginger, goji berries, and spring onions.

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{recipe} Silky, warm, and comforting egg drop soup! Easy and delicious!

{recipe} Silky, warm, and comforting egg drop soup! Easy and delicious!

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The word for fish in Chinese is “Yu,” which is the same pronunciation for the word “surplus,” symbolizing abundance. Traditionally, families leave a little left over fish to symbolize that there will be enough for the fa

The word for fish in Chinese is “Yu,” which is the same pronunciation for the word “surplus,” symbolizing abundance. Traditionally, families leave a little left over fish to symbolize that there will be enough for the fa

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