• Chapati Flour

    Chapati Flour

    Ever since I stumbled upon chapati flour, my culinary world has never been quite the same. As a Chinese food expert, I am constantly on the lookout for new and exciting ingredients to incorporate into my dishes. And let me […]
  • duojiao

    Duo Jiao

    As a Chinese food blog writer, I have encountered a popular spice that adds a spicy and also tangy kick to several Sichuan meals. This spice is called “duo jiao” (剁椒) as well as it has actually been a vital […]
  • Fuzzy squash

    Fuzzy squash

    Fuzzy squash, also referred to as fuzzy melon or Mao Gua (毛瓜) in Chinese, has been a longstanding part of Chinese cuisine for centuries. This unusual vegetable stands out with its fuzzy exterior that belies its soft and tender interior. […]
  • snow-pea-leave

    Snow Pea Leave

    As a youthful Mandarin cook, I am actually thrilled to discuss my love for snowfall green leaves along with you. This fragile veggie is a staple in Chinese food as well as has an one-of-a-kind taste that is actually both […]
  • beijing yogurt

    Beijing Yogurt

    Hey there foodies, it’s your friendly area Mandarin meals blogger here to offer you to one of my enduring favorite treats– Beijing Natural yogurt! As an enthusiast of all factors tangy and sweet, I simply can not get enough of […]
  • xinjiang BBQ

    Xinjiang BBQ

    As someone that adores checking out various kinds of bbq, I was excited to attempt BBQ in the course of a latest excursion to Xinjiang. Below’s what I discovered this scrumptious and savory dishes: What is Xinjiang BBQ? Xinjiang BBQ […]
  • Strawberry Sando

    Hello foodies! As a young Chinese cook, I’m delighted to share one of my all-time favorite desserts – Strawberry Sando. This delightful Japanese treat consists of fluffy white bread, whipped cream and fresh, juicy strawberries that will make your taste […]
  • Fujian Fried Rice

    Hello friends, I’m thrilled to share one of my all-time favorite Chinese dishes – Fujian Fried Rice. This flavorful concoction of fluffy rice, fresh seafood and vibrant vegetables will surely make your taste buds sing with delight. To make Fujian […]
  • Ma Po Tofu

    As a Chinese-American, one of the dishes that never fails to make me feel at home is ma po tofu. This spicy, numbing dish has been a staple in my household for as long as I can remember. And when […]
  • huo guo

    Huo Guo:

    It’s Freezing Outside, But My Heart (And Stomach) Are Warm I remember the first time I tried huo guo like it was yesterday. The snow was gently falling outside, and I was nestled in a cozy corner of a bustling […]

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  • xiumai

     Xiu Mai

    The Origins of Xiu Mai Xiu Mai (also known as Shumai or Siu Mai) has a rich history that dates back to the Song Dynasty (960-1279). These delicious little morsels are thought to have originated in Inner Mongolia but soon […]
  • dou jiang

    Dou Jiang

    My first encounter with Dou Jiang (豆浆) was magical. The warmth, creaminess and subtle sweetness of this soy milk beverage had me hooked from that very moment. I knew I was destined to dive deeper into the history and versatility […]
  • Chicken Foot Soup

    You read that right! This Chinese culinary gem has truly rocked my world. If you haven’t tasted chicken foot soup yet, you need to stop right now and discover this mouthwatering delight. Let me take you on a journey to […]

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