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Simple Tea Eggs Recipe – A Chinese Delicacy

Written by The Kitchen Hand on . Posted in food

What are tea-boiled eggs and how can one make them? If these considerations have crossed your mind at one point or the other, this article will aid in quenching your thirst for answers. The Chinese have a deep love for this food which they consider to be a snack. If you visit China, you will come across many vendors selling tea eggs accompanied with various seasonings. 

Hujiao Bing – The Chinese Meat Bun

Written by Peter Allen on . Posted in food

Hujiao Bing may be well known in Chinese cuisine, but have you ever heard of Hu Jiao Bing? You have clicked onto the right page, as we are about to discover everything about Hu Jiao. Whether you’re hungry for lunch, dinner, or a snack, Hujiao Bing is here to satisfy all types of cravings.

Taiwanese Popcorn Chicken – Yan Su Ji!

Written by Luisa Davis on . Posted in food

If you haven’t yet tried this crispy delight then here is your chance to enjoy Taiwanese Salt and pepper chicken to the fullest. Salt and pepper is a classic combination but there is a lot more to this recipe than you could ever imagine. After my first experience trying these crispy ‘tender pops’ I never looked back.

Shuijianbao: A Tasty Exotic Meal

Written by Luisa Davis on . Posted in food

There is no better way to experience another’s culture than by partaking in their cuisine. Whether you’re alone and bored or getting a group together for a backyard party after a long day’s work, this recipe for shuijianbao pan fried pork buns is the recipe that can help you achieve just that.

Chow Mein Vs Chow Fun: Key Differences and Fun Facts

Written by Luisa Davis on . Posted in food

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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.