Potstickers, called “guo tie” in China, are Chinese dumplings with ground meat, finely chopped vegetables, pan-fried and served with a spicy dipping sauce. Served as an appetizer, as part of a meal, or as a snack for really any occasion, Chinese potstickers are well-loved by so many people in the world.
Potstickers are wonderfully tasty. I used pork for the dumplings because pork creates a more tender filling than any other kind of ground meat. With chopped cabbage and other delicious ingredients added in, the pork mixture turned out fantastic and tasted just like the ones you would get from Chinese restaurants. For the best flavor I would recommend adding salt in pork mixture, coating veggies with oil when making the filling and pouring water over the dumplings when frying. Once cooked, these dumplings turn very crispy. They are really easy to make and simply mouthwatering.… View Post

Mouth-watering chicken or Kou Shui Ji is a very popular cold appetizer dish in China. It got its name simply because it’s so tasty that it made people salivate for more!
The dish is basically plain boiled chicken with an intense sauce full of flavors and tastes such as soy sauce, black vinegar, chili oil, peanuts, scallion, garlic, sesame seed and cilantro.
Just thinking of it and I’m already drooling! Mouth-watering chicken is so tasty and easy to make. Seriously. Try it! … View Post

Xinjiang Uyghur Lamb Pilaf is a mixture of carrots, rice and lamb meat. The flavor of the dish is intensely aromatic with cumin and onion, which are one of my personal favorite flavor combinations. The lamb meat is cut into small pieces for more flavor. Paired with rice, it makes one heavenly dish! I’m not a huge fan of lamb but this dish is incredibly delicious! It is really impossible not to fall in love at first bite. … View Post

If you still have finals like me, this refreshing red papaya punch recipe will help you out! This is a refreshing red wine punch that has small papaya pieces floating in it. It looks very beautiful and tastes scrumptious.
It’s also incredibly easy to make! Red wine with papaya, lime and sugar in sweet punch. You’ll love it, guaranteed!… View Post

Two days ago, my fellow blogger Mark sent me a note: “For some reason when I went to your blog it opted me out of your email alerts. I’ll try again to resubscribe.” I believe this is because I moved from WordPress.com to my very own self-hosted site last Friday. The thing that I was most worried about is losing my followers. Unfortunately, this happened to me. If you enjoyed my blog, please do resubscribe to my site to receive new post by email once a week. Thank you my dear readers and followers. Thanks for following along!… View Post