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.
Super fragrant, tangy and comforting, Lanzhou beef noodle soup is a culinary legend from the city which it’s named after. Check out this simplified version!
A bowl of noodles in well spiced broth topped with tender beef cubes, spicy beef noodle soup is hot, fragrant and very comforting indeed.
Springy noodles seasoned with a tangy, spicy, savoury sauce, Liang Pi (Cold skin noodles) is one of the most popular street foods in the north-west of China.
A humble dish from Shanghai, spring onion oil noodles is simple but delectable. It can be served as breakfast, lunch, dinner, or even as a side dish for parties.
Slippery noodles in ice cold soup, served with various healthy toppings, cold soba noodles in beef broth is a perfect dish to cool you down in hot weather.
Don’t be put off by its weird name! “Ants climbing a tree” is a super tasty Sichuan dish containing vermicelli noodles, minced meat and various pungent seasonings.
A tasty, pretty dish with little preparation, steamed garlic prawns with vermicelli only takes a few minutes to cook. A great dish to impress your guests at dinner parties.
A one-bowl meal that uses leftover pita, Chinese-inspired pita bread stir-fry involves simple preparation and minimum washing-up. A fun dish to try!