Watermelon Peel with Red Chilies

chinese vegetarian recipes, Vegetable Recipes
October 7, 2010 Normally, people eat the red flesh of the watermelon. The rind (white and white greenish part) is thrown away. This Watermelon Peel with Red Chilies recipe uses the rind of the watermelon to make a delicious dish. Phytochemicals and Nutrients of Watermelon Peel: Watermelon rich in water,citrulline,deiminase,Alanine,Glutamic, Acid,Fructose,sugarcane,Glucose,Vitamine C,Calcium,Potassium,Phosphorus and other minerals. Watermelon Peel also has {Tags: , } {More...}

Boiled Tender Chicken in Soy Sauce

chinese chicken recipes
October 6, 2010 Boiled Tender Chicken in Soy Sauce comes out tender and easy to shred. You can use chicken breasts or a whole chicken. The chicken is so tender that it almost falls off anytime. The meat is balance with sweetness of scallions and Chinese spices and saltiness; it’s so good with rice and noodle. The best {Tags: , } {More...}

Jellyfish in Scallion flavored Sauce

Chinese Salad, chinese seafood
October 5, 2010 Jellyfish in Scallion flavored Sauce is an easy chinese salad. This dish is brightly colored, taste sweet with a salty touch. Jellyfish are free-swimming members of the phylum Cnidaria. Jellyfish have several different morphologies that represent several different cnidarian classes including the Scyphozoa (over 200 species), Staurozoa (about 50 species), Cubozoa (about 20 species), and {Tags: , } {More...}

Drunken Crabs

Chinese Crab Recipe
October 4, 2010 This Drunken Crabs dish, made by marinating the crab in hard drinks and cooking wine, stands out with aroma of the wine and tastiness of the crab setting off each other. There are one seasonings indispensable for eating drunken crabs, namely, ginger. Owing to the cold nature of the hairy crab, ginger is usually needed {Tags: , } {More...}

Phoenix Tail Fish

chinese fish recipes
Phoenix Tail Fish is a popular fish recipe that is both delicious and looks inviting. In tradition version, We choose mandarin fish (also called as Chinese perch) to cook this fish dish as it  thought to have a more delicate texture. The mandarin fish is very popular as food in China. Its name (鳜鱼, pinyin: guiyu) {Tags: , } {More...}

Fresh Scallop Ball Soup

Chinese soup
October 3, 2010 Take a look on this Fresh Scallop Ball Soup. It is quick and easy to make and it fills. The soup is clear and the scallops balls are invitingly white, taste really delicious. What is Scallop? Scallops are edible bivalves similar to oysters and clams. They are found both in bay waters and in the {Tags: , } {More...}

Ai Wo Wo (Sticky rice with sweet fillings)

Chinese dim sum
October 2, 2010 Ai Wo Wo, also known as Sticky rice with sweet fillings or glutinous rice ball, is made of sticky rice  or millet with sweet filling, first appeared in the Yuan Dynasty.  Flexible in consistency and with a distinctive smooth texture, this dainty snack became a favorite of imperial and noble families during the Ming Dynasty {Tags: , } {More...}

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