Beijing's most famous dish, Peking Duck is traditionally served with Mandarin pancakes, and green onions for brushing on the hoisin sauce. Note: If you don't live near a cool, windy place another option is to dry the duck in an unheated room with...
Mince the pork if it is not already ground. Add the egg white, rice wine, MSG, and salt, and stir to mix. Add the cornstarch and mix well. Shape lightly into four equal-sized balls.
Mince the pork, if nor already ground, and mix well with the scallions, ginger, egg, corn starch, 3 1/2 fl oz (100 ml) of the broth, and 1/2 tsp of the salt...
Pineapple is a fruit, rich in many nutrients. It’s sweet and sour taste,so children and women like to eat this.Cook this for your friend is a wonderful thing.
Only have time for a quick meal? It can still be nutritious and easy to cook. Pauline D. Loh takes three ingredients and a packet of instant noodles for a quick fix.
Wash the green beans and cook in 500 g (1 cup) of water till the beans explode. Put the beans into a container to cool off.Mix the two kinds of rice flours. Add the sugar, oil and the cooled off beans and mix well. Put the mixture in a porcelain...
Chinese regard Tao as a complete system which is the rule and law of universe and life. Therefore, Chinese do not speak of Tao easily, which is different from Japanese who have tea ceremony for tea, ikebana for flower, incense lore for scent,...
Citizens of Yangshuo quite know how to enjoy life. Generally the man who understands how to enjoy life is able to reach the top level of cooking. Yangshuo citizens specialize in cooking, and perhaps it is partially associated with their life target.
Speaking of Shanghai snacks, Town God Temple snacks is a must-try. In almost every large and medium-sized city in China, one can find a Chenghuang Temple or Town God Temple. In the temple, sits a statue of the town god. Usually, there are one or...
Sichuan, both spicy and pungent, is one of the most famous Chinese cuisines in the world.
Guangdong cuisine is creative with an emphasis on artistic presentation. The cuisine is considered light, crisp, and fresh.
Made up of Hanzhou, Ningbo and Shaoxing Cuisines, Zhejiang is enjoyed for its freshness, tenderness, and mellow fragrance.
Also called Huaiyang, Jiangsu uses seafood as its main ingredient and is known for carving techniques and a light, fresh and sweet flavor.
Anhui Cuisine focuses on cooking temperature, braising, and stewing. Hams are used to improve taste and sugar candy for freshness.
A combination of Fuzhou, Quanzhou, and Xiamen Cuisine, Fujian is characterized by a pickled, sweet & sour taste and bright colors.
A combination of Jinan and Jiaodong, Shandong is characterized by an emphasis on freshness, aroma, and crispness.
Including local cuisines of Xiangjiang Region, Dongting Lake and Xiangxi coteau, Hunan is known for its use of chili, pepper and shallot, and a pungent flavor.