Shanghai dumplings, stir-fry dishes, chow mein, noodles, stinky tofu, and Dongpo pork. The list goes on and on and your choice of dishes in endless. Watch and learn to make amazing Chinese dishes and share with the people you love!How To Make Beef And Oyster Sauce
1. How To Make Beef And Oyster Sauce
Beef in Oyster Sauce is a much sought-after dish in Chinese restaurants today. Asian cooking instructor Chef VanRoo will show you step by step how to make this delicious dish in a wok or skillet right in your home kitchen. Her Beef and Oyster Sauce recipe is easy to make - and the ingredients can be found in the specialty food section of any large grocery store.
2. Delicious Sweet and Sour Pork
Simple and easypork recipe that has Asian flavors and a sweetness from pineapple chunks.
3. Best General Tso's Chicken Recipe
General Tso's Chicken is a delicious dish you'll find at most Chinese restaurants--and you can make the very same dish in your own kitchen at home. The chicken in this recipe is baked instead of deep fried, which is a little healthier and a lot less messier, if you're into that kinda thing.
4. Sweet and Sour Pork Tenderloin
Learn a Sweet and Sour Pork Tenderloin Recipe!
5. How To Make Sweet And Sour Pork
Sweet and sour pork is one of the world's favorite food. I hope you enjoy my simple home recipe showing how to make it. Give it a go!
6. Broccoli & Beef with General Tso's Sauce
Chef Rob Lafond, of JTM Food Group, prepares a school food service recipe for Broccoli & Beef with General Tso's Sauce.
7. Sweet & Sour Pork
It goes great with rice. Perfect for Bento box. Perfect recipe for Chinese New Year, too
8. How To Make Orange Chicken
Homemade Chinese TakeoutThese days, I avoid MSG at all costs, so a lot of our local take-out Chinese food is off my list, but not wanting to deprive my kids of some of my childhood favorites, I came up with this healthy and deliciousdinner treat that we all loved. How does this compare to your favorite takeout?
9. Crispy Shrimp Chow Mein Recipe
There is nothing better than prawns coated with something crispy. Usually its breadcrumbs, but we're using prawn crackers... a double whammy of prawn! We also crisp them up in the oven...much healthier than deep frying :)Our prawns are served with wok fried noodles and crunchy veg!
10. Crispy Chinese Spice Beef
This dish is ideal for a light meal over the summer months: quick to cook, refreshing to eat and some well-balanced, oriental flavours. Not only that but it's gluten-free and lacto-free as well!