Browsing Cuisine: Chinese

Thai Noodles with Chinese Chives

Quorn makes this a vegetarian meal. However, thinly sliced pork or chicken could be used instead. Stir-fry them initially for 4 – 5 minutes.

Thai Sweet-and-sour Pork

Sweet and sour is traditionally a Chinese creation but the Thais do it very well. This version has an altogether fresher and cleaner flavor and it makes a good one-dish…

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Fragrant Thai Meatballs

Thai meatballs are a delicious fusion of Thai and Italian cuisines. A perfect party appetizer or weeknight dinner with spaghetti or rice.

Shrimp Fritters

No need to settle for fried fish with tartar sauce. These Shrimp Fritters are a healthier, more flavorful alternative – and they're just as good.

Stir-Fried Beef with Transparent Noodles

This delicious recipe is a favorite dish from Northeastern China. The noodles are made from starch and water, and stir-fry in a wok with meat, vegetables, and other ingredients.

Sweet and Sour Chicken

This recipe is sweet and sour chicken with pineapple chunks, bell pepper slices, and spring onion.

Sweet and Sour Liver

This traditional Chinese recipe is a favorite among kids and adults alike. Many Chinese families will have this dish on their table at least once a month.

Sweet and Sour Pork

This sweet and sour pork recipe is packed with flavor and has a delicious tangy sauce. The best part? It's so easy to make, it takes just minutes!

Sweet and Sour Vegetables

The basic sweet and sour sauce is usually served with pork, chicken or fish in the west, but it can be served with vegetables, too, and the result is delicious.

Tan Mein (Soup Noodles)

Tan mein is eaten all over China, and primarily as a main or noodle course rather than as a soup course, despite the name.

Wonton Dough

Roll out the dough very thinly, to not more than about 1/8 cm (1/16 in) thick, then cut into shapes as you require (the most usual ones are rectangles or…

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Wonton Soup #2

Wonton wrappers can be bought at most Chinese delicatessens, or they can be made according to the recipe for Wonton dough.

Wontons With Almonds And Dates

The Chinese rarely eat desserts as they are known in the west, but they are fond of sweetmeats, and this wonton sweetmeat stuffed with fruit, nuts and finely grated orange…

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