We know that rice wine is a very important constituent in Chinese and generally Asian cuisine, but what happens when you don’t have rice wine? Where and how can you get a good substitute for rice wine? It’s always good to have the knowledge of rice wine substitutes as it may come in handy in times you do not expect.
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Lo mein vs. chow mein has been a topic of debate for people around the world. Due to the close similarity of the names of both the dishes, it becomes almost impossible to differentiate their taste, form, and flavors.
For the most part of my childhood I stayed with my grandma and grandma COCO as we often call her, was an amazing cook and also had a good eye for high-quality soy sauce.
Tan Tan noodles, or also known as Dan Dan noodle, are just one of those few food items that have been evolving consistently and changed so much from the original that almost every recipe can be claimed as the original when in reality it is not.
It is always exciting to talk about chow fun, which is a Cantonese recipe with special rice noodles and fried beef. I find this dish worth sharing with everyone.