Peanut Sauce Dumpling/Potsticker Seasoning Potsticker DippingSauces Sweet Red Bean Paste Tofu Dip Jazzed Hoisin Sauce All Purpose Stir-Fry Sauce Hot and Spicy Stir-Fry Sauce Sichuan Spicy Salt Five Flavor Oil Red-Cooking Sauce Soy Sauce Dip Lobster Sauce Honey Sauce Garlic … [Read more...]
Chinese Cuisine, Food & Recipes
Many unique regional food styles contribute to the China' extensive cuisine. The most well-known of those are Cantonese, Shandong, Jiangsu and Szechuan cuisine forms. These styles are distinctive from one another due to the available produce, climate and geography, historica linfluencesy, variations in cooking techniques and population lifestyles.
Whilst one regional style may emphasize garlic and shallots versus chilli and spices, another favours seafood ingredients over meats or poultry. As an example, Sichuan cuisine is spicier with a findness for baking, whereas Jiangsu recipes call more on braising and stewing techniques.
The 'hairy crab,' found in local lakes, is a popular menu item in Shanghai. The world-renowned Peking Duck is famous dish everywhere around the planet, not just in China.
Across China, and across Asia in general, a wide variety of menu items with differing flavours and textures are produced from the same raw materials and ingredients. The methods of preparation, aided by cultural nuances, engender significant regional food forms across the country. Many of the traditional regional cuisines rely on ancient methods of preservation; drying, salting, pickling and fermentation.
Chocolate Ginger Lychees Custard Tarts Tangerine Duff Peaches in Sweet Glaze Almond Cookies Creamy Baihe Sweet Peanuts Ginger Date Wontons Chinese Crullers Fortune Cookie Stuffed Apples White Fungus with Rock Sugar Chinese Yams in Syrup Apples in Spun Syrup Sweet … [Read more...]
Chicken with Mango Chinese Garlic Chicken Chinese Steamed Buns with Barbecued Pork Filling (Char Siu Bao) Golden Meat-Filled Coins Lo Mein Chicken Diced with Walnuts Fried Shellfish Stewed Lamb With Orange Pineapple Fish Spiced Whole Lamb Pork With Mushrooms Pork & Vegies on … [Read more...]
Preparing Tea Preparing tea properly is easy but you must follow a few basic guidelines. The best tea in the world can taste horrible if prepared incorrectly, and conversely a very inexpensive tea can be very satisfying if made well. All TeaSource tea comes with specific steeping suggestions on the … [Read more...]
History Of Tofu In China Origin and Early Development to 960 AD. Tofu almost certainly originated in China; its date of origin, however, is uncertain. The earliest existing document containing mention of the term "doufu" is the Ch'ing I Lu (Seiiroku in Japanese), written by T'ao Ku in about 950 … [Read more...]