Flavorful, juicy pork filling wrapped with sticky steamed wonton dough and served with a spicy chili dipping sauce. Happiness for your tastebuds.
Where does the superstar chef go for Chinese food when she is craving a taste of home? Find out the best spots.
Skip takeout and whip up this baked kung pao chicken loaded with peanuts, veggies, and as much spice as you want.
You can easily make this restaurant-quality dish in the comfort of your own home. So, what are you waiting for? Time to impress your dinner guests!
Indulge and prosper this Chinese New Year with decadent and deliciously fresh seafood dumplings said to bring good luck and prosperity.
Boiled, steamed, or fried, here’s how to prepare, fill, and fold Chinese pork dumplings.
When it comes to quick and easy one-plate meals, it still has to have great taste and bold flavors. This crispy chicken is just that and much more.
This recipe will be the best Char Siu, Cantonese BBQ Pork Belly, you will ever make at home. What are you waiting for? Get some pork on your fork.
Few things can compare to melt-in-your-mouth braised pork belly glazed in a sweet and spicy chili sauce with pickled greens in a soft steamed bun.
Served with wide noodles, try this traditional stir fry of tender, thinly sliced beef and greens.
In about a half of an hour, you can make a crispy pork dish tossed in a homemade sweet and sour sauce with bell peppers and pineapple. It’s better than takeout.
Make your own restaurant-style egg drop soup in only fifteen minutes. That’s about as fast as take-out.
Better than takeout, this traditional beef chow mein recipe can be made with homemade egg noodles or simply served over the spaghetti you have on hand.
Braised in a soy sauce liquid with beautiful aromatic spices, Chinese braised duck is a comforting dish to make throughout the fall and winter.
The search for the best char siu pork is on in Hong Kong.
Rather than needing the dough, this Chinese scallion pancake recipe is easy enough to come together in minutes and still taste delicious.
Skip takeout and learn to make your own Chinese chow mein with shredded cabbage and spicy fermented bean sauce.
Coated in corn flakes and baked until crispy, this easy version of the take-out classic is then tossed in a not-too-sweet sauce with red chilies.
These simple black sesame butter cookies are made with common ingredients to create a melt-in-your-mouth treat that is perfect with afternoon tea.
There are so many ways to cook pork, but this sticky Szechuan pork dish represents one of the best ways to cook them, juicy, crackling, and fatty.
A traditional Chinese bread served with soups or with meat and vegetables. This Beijing style is filled with sesame and Sichuan peppers.
Once you master the shape, fill potstickers with anything you choose. For unique texture and flavor, this recipe uses shiitake, oyster, and button mushrooms.
Chef Greg Paulussen shares his plump, ethereal Chinese dumplings recipe that are served as a part of Huanying service, or “welcome” in Mandarin.
Versatile, scrumptious, really easy to make and time saving. So, what are you waiting for? Put on your creative hat and start making dumplings.
Often seen in the windows of Chinatown restaurants, this poached soy sauce chicken is a beautiful and delicious sight.
Chef Richard Hales has given birth to a restaurant using his travels and love for Asian flavors as his inspiration offering new and classic Chinese dishes.
Aromatic dumplings may be pan-fried or steamed before they are served with a flavorful soy and chili sauce.
Ring in the New Lunar Year with some good luck and some great dumplings.
Pillowy Tangzhong baked buns with Chinese Barbecue Flavored Pork as filling.
Recreate the Cantonese Steamed Fish at home – it’s easy, fast, healthy and so tasty. Be sure to drizzle the leftover sauce onto steamed rice.
This is a Chinese favorite beyond China. Learn how to create the dish with the perfect balance of flavors. The recipe is basic so get ready to eat.
A mouth-numbing tofu dish that is best to soothe a cold body and warm your hearts in winter with an unforgettable taste.
A balance of soy sauce and fiery chilis combine with chicken for great flavor and aroma. Bring on this mix of Indo-Chinese flavors for a comfort food dish.
Hong Kong Style pineapple buns, also known as Bolo Bao, provides a delicious contrast in taste between the sugar butter topping and soft Asian style bread.
This is a much simpler appetizer than you think. And you can always save time by making a large batch ahead of time for multiple meals.
Best enjoyed with family and friends, Chinese Roast Pork is a super delicious dish to impress and gather the thumbs up you’ve always wanted.
As good as you would find at the best street stall, this golden fried chicken with added spice is sure to make your mouth water.
Fit for kings, but still sweetly simple, this chicken is infused with nine different herbs for a seriously flavorful dish.
There are many variation of basic buns that exist in most cuisines from the Himalayan region. Fill with kimchi, fresh flavors, and your favorite fillings.
A recovery meal after a grueling day— salty, fatty, lip-smacking delicious. A perfect balance of earthy eggplant and bok choy to the salty soy and miso.
Served with rice and stir-fried vegetables, this dish has subtle flavors to allow the meat to shine and the orange to be present with each bite.
Vegetable noodles are a popular Indo-Chinese recipe with lots of veggies and sauce. These spicy noodles can be made ahead and taken for lunch or a picnic.
How to successfully make Chinese Dumplings with a filling of your choice.
Ring in the Chinese New Year with Chef Valbuena’s banana leaf trout.
This healthy vegetarian main features Thai flavors in a traditional Chinese dish.
Dedicate an afternoon to making this authentic dish inspired by a trip to Hong Kong.
With a briny aroma, translucent egg white, and bright orange-red yolk, salted eggs are a common ingredients in Chinese and Malaysian cuisine.
Really traditional Chinese chicken stock is essential in making excellent Chinese noodle soups, and adds a rich flavoured base to any savoury dishes.
Try an amazing Indian Chinese Chilli Fish recipe from Nagalakshmi Viswanathan.
These are fairly easy to do and the result is beyond tasty and you can be sure that you will be surprising your guest with these cuties.
Quick and simple, this Chinese veg fried rice recipe is perfect after a long tiring day at work.
This spinach soup is quite common in Chinese food stalls or restaurants, and it’s super delicious.
These beef and ginger dumplings can be time consuming to make. But with this recipe, they’re oh so worth it.
This cake is ideal to serve as tea cake for your guests during Chinese New Year, but of course also on Valentine’s Day.
Bill Walsh gives the Keemun Black Tea and Monkey Picked Oolong from Chinese tea purveyor Teavivre a spin.
This gluten free creamy pork porridge, based on the traditional Chinese Jook, is extremely easy to make in your own home.
Sample this finger-licking good chili tofu. Served with steaming hot rice and a vegetable gravy, this is absolutely delicious.
Carly DeFilippo’s mother may be Italian, but its her Chinese egg rolls that keep family and friends coming back for more.
In Macau, Ambra Meda tries out a Chinese take on something that has a slight resemblance to gelato.
Within the space of some hundreds of meters in Hong Kong, one can move freely from Spanish Paella and Greek Date Pie to Pad Thai Flat Noodlas and Mexican Mahi Mahi Tacos.