Sweet Green Bean Soup

Chinese soup
October 30, 2010 Sweet Green Bean Soup is an easy Chinese soup dessert that is cooling and sweet, so it is suitable for the HOT-rible weather (the same with Red Bean Soup ). Green beans (or some call ‘mung beans’) are considered by Chinese as a ‘cooling’ food, it is commonly believed that Green Bean Soup is suitable for {Tags: } {More...}

Har Gau Dumplings

Chinese Dumplings
October 29, 2010 Although not a traditional chinese New Year food, dumplings of all types are enjoyed more frequently during the New Year season. Har Gau Dumplings (also spelled Har Gow, har gau, har kau, har gao, ha gao, ha gow, ha gau, har gaw, ha gaw, har kaw, ha gaau, har cow, har gaau, or other variants) is {Tags: , } {More...}

ChongQing Spicy Chicken Recipe

chinese chicken recipes
October 28, 2010 The Sichuan Cuisine originates in Sichuan province of southwestern China. Sichuan is hot and spicy, the food too. There is hot food, then there is scorching. But when it comes to spicy cuisine, China’s Sichuan Province is in a fiery class of its own. Likewise, the mind-numbing flavors of this fascinating part of the Middle {Tags: , } {More...}

Red Bean Soup Dessert Recipe

Chinese Congee, Chinese soup
October 25, 2010 The vibrant color of red signifies happiness and luck. For this reason, it is always present at special celebrations such as weddings, birthdays, and most of all the Chinese New Year. Red Bean Soup is one of the main desserts offered after a meal in most Chinese restaurants. This dessert soup is made of red {Tags: } {More...}

Laba Festival & Laba Rice Porridge

Chinese Congee
October 23, 2010 The majority Han Chinese have long followed the tradition of eating Laba rice porridge on the eighth day of the twelfth lunar month. The date usually falls in mid-January and is a traditional Chinese festival, called Laba Festival. Laba Festival was originally an occasion for people to give sacrifices to their ancestors, and to pray {Tags: } {More...}

Shumai Recipe

Chinese dim sum, Chinese Dumplings
October 20, 2010 Shumai or Shuumai dumplings (焼売)are a standby for dim sum, and are very well suited to bentos. They are small, freeze very well, and are a lot easier to make than gyoza dumplings. You’ve probably encountered shuumai dumplings in the freezer section of Asian or Japanese grocery stores. Frozen ones are usually pretty good, but {Tags: } {More...}

Cross bridge rice noodles

Chinese Noodles
October 12, 2010 Crossing the bridge noodles, or Guo Qiao Rice Noodle, is a typical and famous Yunnan local flavor food. Almost every established restaurant in Kunming serves this delicacy. No matter what time of the day, be it breakfast, lunch or even dinner, this noodles seems like a perfect dish. The legend and Name origin of Cross {Tags: , } {More...}