Three sample menus and a detailed workflow, this Chinese New Year Feast guide will help you to cook a complete meal from scratch for this very special occasion.
Delectable on the palate and pleasing on the eyes, pan-fried vegetarian dumplings are filled with vegetables and resemble vegetables. A perfect treat for festive gatherings.
Served in a very tasty way, beef dumplings in hot & sour soup is warm, comforting and addictive. This recipe provides a step by step guide on how to make it at home.
Consumed throughout the day, bread is a very common staple in China. This introduction explains the diversity of Chinese bread and its cultural significance.
A comforting breakfast staple loved by many, Chinese doughnut stick (Youtiao) is light, airy and pleasantly chewy. Follow my recipe to make it at home without fail.
A stir-fry dish with pungent and fragrant flavour, Kung Pao shrimp is a classic Chinese dish not to miss and it’s very simple to prepare at home.
A fourteen day culinary tour of China, with an enthusiastic native Chinese food blogger, exploring some of China’s most diverse gastronomic traditions and culture.
A bowl of tofu soup with various vegetables can be very refreshing and soothing, and the addition of papery dried shrimp makes it even more appealing.
A bowl of noodles in well spiced broth topped with tender beef cubes, spicy beef noodle soup is hot, fragrant and very comforting indeed.
Tendre fish fillet poached in seasoned water, then topped with spices, Sichuan boiled fish is tasty, pungent and super addictive.