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Everything You Need to Know to Master Hot Pot Think of it as an adaptation of the stone soup fairy tale: you team up with a group of friends to cook an array of ingredients—thinly sliced meats, mushrooms, head-on shrimp, Chinese lettuces, fresh noodles, and more—in a single pot of simmering [...]
via Leicestershire Live]
First look inside new all-you-can-eat Chinese restaurant Karamay Hotpot opening in London Road, Leicester by the owners of Karamay restaurant at 109 London Road, which serves cuisine from Western China. At the new restaurant, diners will be able to take a seat and help themselves to food from the conveyor belt in front of them, and create their own hotpot. [...]
via South China Morning Post]
New restaurant in Hong Kong: Twelve Flavors, Kennedy Town - authentic and affordable Sichuan dry hotpot and more Sichuan restaurant Twelve Flavors opened in Kennedy Town recently, bringing spicy, affordable Chinese cuisine to the west side of Hong Kong Island. It's impossible to walk past the restaurant on Sands Street without noticing the venue because of the [...]
via USA Today 10Best (blog)]
The 8 traditional styles of Chinese food you should know The Cantonese cooking style typically involves lots of seafood (both fresh and dried), healthy soups, sauces (like hoisin, oyster and plum), barbecued or dried meats (often pork and goose), and subtle flavors. It's all about subtlety, [tofu], and [...]
firstname.lastname@example.orgSticky Rice Dressing II Betty - Yields 6-8 servings as a sideThis delicious rice dressing can be served any time of year – but is often served by Asian families in place of, or in addition to, bread dressing during Thanksgiving. It can easily be made vegetarian by omitting the Chinese sausage and increasing the amount of mushrooms.2 C raw Chinese Sweet Rice, rinsed with cold water till water clear and no longer milky colored 5-6 medium dried...
“Ants in a tree” is the English translation of the Chinese name for this classic recipe. Built of spicy pork, bean thread noodles (aka cellophane noodles) and scallions, it earned its name because it’s not so far-fetched for the finished dish to call that image to mind — the noodles look like tree branches, the scallions like tree leaves and the little bits of ground pork like ants. Admittedly, it’s not a very appetizing image, but the dish itself happens to be a crowd-pleaser. Indeed, it’s a...
It was past midnight in a residential area in Cheung Sha Wan, and only Tai Po King Restaurant and a few other local eateries were still open on the quiet street. As I walked inside, loud chatter filled the small but bright dining area, and workers who’d just got off their night shifts were huddled around the tables clinking small glasses of beer and smoking cigarettes. Fresh chilli and spices were being fried in the kitchen, and the fumes started spreading out into the dining area. You could...
Mongolian Beef gets new life in this super easy Instant Pot recipe that will make even driving to PF Chang’s not worth it. This pressure cooker recipe, with conversions for a slow cooker and a 30 minute stove top meal, is perfect no matter what you have going on in your kitchen. Instant Pot Mongolian Beef, Yum!Instant Pot Mongolian Beef RecipeMongolian beef is one of the easier homemade copycat meals you can make. With a tangy but sweet Asian sauce at the helm, you know its...