Pescetarian

6 Pescetarian Chinese Recipes

Drew Glover • March 17, 2015
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!Hakka Noodles by Linda Anusasananan
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1. Hakka Chinese Noodles with Pork & Mushroom Sauce
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This rustic comfort dish uses common Hakka ingredients–pork, mushrooms, and Chinese chives–to create a savory topping for a main course serving of noodles. The addition of dark soy sauce, which is aged and blended with molasses, imbues the noodles with an intense dark, deep, rich taste and color, making it a unique, filling dish to serve for family and guests after a long day.
2. Healthy Broccoli Beef
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A Chinese takeout classic made at home. Linda's healthy broccoli beef recipe can be made in less time than it would take to pack the kids into the car and drive to the nearest Chinese restaurant. In this video, you'll learn not just how to make broccoli beef, but how to present this traditional side dish as a main course centerpiece.
3. Chinese Vegetarian Dumplings for Meat Lovers
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From wrapper selection and folding technique, to ensure your filling remains intact though the entire cooking process, Chef Alex will demonstrate the complete making of these simple yet delectable vegetable dumplings and their accompanying sauce. With the aromatic combination of garlic, ginger, soy, sesame oil and a few secret ingredients, these dumplings will both impress and delight. In this Grokker Premium video Chef Alex Ong of San Francisco's Betelnut Restaurant showcases a vegetable dumpling that even your most ardent meat eater will love.
4. Asian Pear Kimchi, a Sweet & Juicy Appetizer
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Looking for something sweet and spicy to go along with your meal? How about some Asian pear kim chee which has both flavors and is a side dish that can go with pretty much anything. Chef and Owner Alex Ong shares in this Grokker Premium video this Asian pear that is locally grown in California and is very crunchy, sweet, juicy and fresh.
5. How To Make Chinese Sichuan Chili Oil
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In this video learn how to make this wonderful spicy sauce that goes perfect with Soups, Dumplings, Potstickers, and other delicious Chinese Sides.
6. Homemade Sichuan Peppercorn Oil
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Learn how to make this wonderful and simple Chinese dressing for Chinese Salads.
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