A vibrant dish with multiple layers of flavour, mouth-watering chicken is a classic of Sichuan cuisine. It makes a great cold dish for a festive feast.
Fragrant, salty and pungent, dry fried green beans with Chinese olive vegetable is one of the best ways to serve green beans.
Neither chicken stock nor corn starch required, Chinese egg drop soup with tomato is a tasty, heathy dish that you can make in 10 minutes.
A cute, fun treat for all festive occasions, fortune cookies can be made to your own taste and contain your own personalized wishes and messages inside.
Hot, fragrant, crispy and powerfully mouth-numbing, Sichuan spicy peanuts are an addictive snack that can be easily made at home.
Crispy, gooey and super nutty, classic Chinese sesame balls are a delectable treat not to be missed. They taste even better when made from sweet potato.
Chewy outside and soft inside, pan fried tofu is super delicious with flavour-packed garlic sauce. A perfect dish to wake up your taste buds.
Tasty, moist pork filling wrapped with slippery wonton skin, served in hot chicken soup, this pork wonton soup is a perfect treat on cold winter days.
Thick, broad, hand pulled noodles seasoned with chilli, garlic and Sichuan pepper, Xi’an Biang Biang noodles offers a delectable taste and texture.
Chinese Mung bean jelly salad (Liangfen) pleases your palate both with its interesting texture and with its pungent flavour.