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...}

Steamed Stone Frog

Frog Recipes
October 8, 2010 Inhabited in caves, stone frog is a special product in Huangshan Mountain. It weights 250 grams or so, whose belly is white and back black with stripe. Stone frog is rich in protein, calcium and so on. It has the functions of clearing heat, improving vision and nutrition. It is one of the best exotic {Tags: , , } {More...}

Steamed Dumpling with Shrimp

Chinese Dumplings, chinese shrimp recipes
September 25, 2010 I have been addicted to steamed dumplings for years. We pretty much get this every time we’ve been at the Grand (I won’t bother repeating the same comments as before). A local Chinese restaurant  charges about $5 for ten. Considering the cheap ingredients and not even knowing what that “mystery meat” filling was I decided to {Tags: , } {More...}

Steamed Vegetarian Dumplings ( JiaoZi )

Chinese Dumplings
September 10, 2010 Dumplings ( JiaoZi ), is a Chinese dumpling widely spread to Japan, Eastern and Western Asia. Jiaozi are eaten all year round and can be eaten at any time of the day – breakfast, lunch or dinner. They can constitute one course, starter or side dish, or the main meal. Every family has its own {Tags: , , } {More...}

Steamed Fish Head in Fermented Black Bean Sauce

chinese fish recipes
September 9, 2010 As is often the case at a meal in China that you’ll sometimes be served something completely unknown. Fish heads served for dinner often come as a surprise to the uninitiated. Today, I am sharing exactly a Fish heads recipe: Steamed Fish Head in Fermented Black Bean Sauce. But before start cooking this fish recipe, I ‘d like to sharing {Tags: , , } {More...}

Fried Steamed Bun

Chinese Buns
August 31, 2010 Fried Steamed Bun  is a typical snack in Suzhou. It’s classical, fantastic, wonderful, unexceptionable, terrific and awesome. The buns are fried and steamed together and therefore, it’s called Fried Steamed Bun or in Cantonese, Sang Jien Pau.  The most wonderful part is the filling . The secret of the dainty lies in the meat jelly {Tags: , } {More...}

Steamed Chicken Buns

Chinese Buns
Steamed buns are a staple in Northern China. They have been around for 1800 years. According to a legend, steamed buns were invented by Zhuge Liang, a famous military strategist. He created this bread as a way to sustain his army when they fell ill on their way to South China. The original bun is {Tags: , } {More...}