Tanghulu Recipe: Here’s How to Make This Sweet Chinese Delicacy

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Tanghulu is just a delightful treat to behold. These candied, fruity snacks will greet you everywhere you go in China. From neighborhood food stalls to high-end restaurants, everywhere you go, you can find bing tang hulu. And their addictive sweetness means that you will always come go looking for them even if you’re already out of the country. Thankfully enough, making your own tanghulu, is as easy as pie.

Chow Mein Vs Chow Fun: Key Differences and Fun Facts

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My only experience with Chinese cuisine is that of the “Westernized” Chinese take-out variety, so my noodle knowledge is severely lacking. Imagine my surprise when, on a business trip to Beijing, I learned that Chinese noodles actually come in a variety of shapes and sizes, all of them different from each other based on the ingredients used in making them and the kind of recipes that they are often incorporated into.

Coriander Root – Demystifying This Exquisite Ingredient

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Thailand has one of the most exquisite cuisines in the world. I went backpacking through the country once, and found myself falling in love with the food almost immediately. From the hearty massaman curry to the perpetually-popular pad thai, there’s just so much to love about Thai food. Probably one of the reasons why Thai cuisine is so memorable to me is because of the fact that most of the food there has a distinctive flavor to them, courtesy of one special ingredient- coriander root.

Tasty Low Sodium Chicken Recipes That You Can Make For Dinner

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There used to be a time when I used to eat rotisserie chicken for dinner on a daily basis. It wasn’t entirely my fault why I ended up that way- I was too busy working overtime and was just too tired to prepare anything for dinner at the end of the day. The rotisserie chicken stall was just a few paces away from my office, and their chicken offerings were pretty cheap. I just chopped the chicken up and eat it with rice, in sandwiches, or add it to my salads.