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.
An informative guide to making spring onion pancake. This recipe shows you how to make it flaky, tasty and crispy. Dipping sauce suggestions are also provided.
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.
Super crunchy and nutty, Chinese peanut & sesame brittle is totally addictive! This recipe shows you how to make this delightful treat without fail.
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.
A step by step recipe guiding you to make Chinese spring onion oil without fail. You will also learn how to use this versatile condiments in seven ways.
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 classic treat for Dragon Boat Festival. With this informative recipe you will make sweet and savoury Zongzi (Chinese sticky rice dumplings) with great ease.
An earthy, refreshing dish loaded with nutrients, spinach and soybean salad is seasoned with a simple yet flavourful Chinese ginger dressing.