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.
Briefly blanched lettuce topped with a tasty, sticky sauce, iceberg lettuce with oyster sauce is a classic Chinese dish that gives plain vegetable an appetizing tone.
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 quick one-bowl meal served in a pineapple shell. Try this easy pineapple fried rice with succulent beef cubes! It has a balanced flavour of savoury and sweet.
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.
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!
Fried in sesame oil, braised in rice wine and soy sauce, then flavoured with fresh basil, Taiwanese three cup chicken is super aromatic and very easy to cook.
Pork cubes cooked in a salty, fragrant sauce, then served with noodles and various vegetables, Zha Jiang Mian is a signature Beijing dish full of flavour and freshness.
Fresh mango chunk topped with fluffy whipped cream, then wrapped with a thin, moist and elastic crepe, pillow-shaped mango pancake is a dessert to die for.