Signature dish of Sichuan cuisine, shredded pork with garlic sauce delivers a sophisticated and addictive taste: tangy, spicy, sweet & sour.
Pungent flavour stimulates your palate at first taste, just like the shock you would get when encounter a tiger. This is how Xinjiang tiger salad gets its name.
Steamed to a creamy, melt-in-your-mouth texture, then seasoned with a pungent chilli-garlic dressing, this Chinese aubergine salad is simple yet delectable.
Aromatic and pungent, spicy cumin lamb stir-fry is a dish that seldom fails to impress. This recipe offers two tricks to obtain the perfect texture.
Slippery, springy and spicy, Chinese pork rind jelly is truly a delight to enjoy. There is no commercial gelatin involved and it’s very simple to prepare.
Fragrant and spicy, twice-cooked pork is a mouth-watering Chinese Sichuan delicacy. This recipe shows you how to cook it faster without compromising the taste.
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.
If you love potato and fancy spicy flavour, you must try this Chinese potato rösti! It’s pungent and crispy. A great side dish to add zing to your meal.
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.