Eating silver noodles for the first time left me completely overwhelmed, I actually tried it with the minced pork sauce and it really delicious. These chewy and slippery noodles blended so well with the sauce that I almost overfed myself as I just couldn’t seem to get enough of it.
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Doujiang is not something you read in every other cookbook. That’s how unique and inspiring recipes we bring you each day. Let’s add another one to the menu, this time its Dou Jiang, a savory Chinese breakfast soup.
One of the cooking ingredients that should never be absent in your kitchen is the sauce and the Chinese black beans sauce is worthy of being that sauce. If kitchens had a manual, the phrase ‘never run out of regularly used ingredients’ will definitely be there.
If you haven’t yet tried this crispy delight then here is your chance of enjoying Taiwanese Salt and pepper chicken up to the fullest. salt and pepper, does sound an amazing combination but there is a lot more to this recipe than you imagine right now. my first experience of trying these crispy ‘tender pops’ was amazing.
Flat cabbage is another name for Taiwanese cabbage. The name pretty much tells everything about this vegetable. But it’s all about the outlook of the cabbage which makes it different from the rest; there are so many varieties of cabbage currently available in the world that you almost feel lost in a grocery store.