Posts Tagged ‘chinese cuisine’
I can trace my ability to find high-quality soy sauce back to my grandma, one of the best cooks I’ve ever known.
Tan Tan noodles, also known as Dan Dan noodle, are one of the rare food items that has been constantly evolving and is now so different from how it started that almost every recipe can claim being the original, even though they aren’t.
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.
Eating silver noodles for the first time was like a revelation. They blended so well with the minced pork sauce they were drizzled in that I just couldn’t get enough. They’re the kind of noodles which make you forget how much you’ve eaten, so delicious is their texture.
Doujiang is not something you read about in most cookbooks. We try to bring you unique and inspiring recipes every day, so let’s add another one to the menu. This time its Dou Jiang, a savory Chinese breakfast soup.
Black bean sauce solves the old adage, “never run out of an ingredient you need over and over.” Sauce is an ingredient that should never be absent in your kitchen, and Chinese black beans sauce is worthy of being that sauce.
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.
Flat cabbage is another name for Taiwanese cabbage. The name pretty much tells you all you need to know about this vegetable. But it’s the potential of this cabbage which makes it different from the rest—there are so many varieties of cabbage currently available on the market that you almost feel lost in a grocery store.
Fantuan is just one more Chinese delicacy we are bringing you today. Sushi fans will fall in love immediately, as it shares many similarities in its use of rice. Fan Tuan is basically a sticky rice roll which is served popularly in Taiwan and mainland China and is enjoyed by the locals as Taiwanese rice balls.