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

Today’s recipe is a yummy, sweet, and low-cal healthy Chinese dessert, called Chinese Yam with Blueberry Jam. It is a traditional favorite in many Chinese restaurants.
Get a yummy dessert on the table in 10 minutes or less! You only need two ingredients to make it, and without a doubt it will look gorgeous! … View Post

I had a lovely rose jelly dessert made from fragrant rosebuds and petals in China last summer. Chinese rose jelly is about the most beautiful and elegant thing I’ve ever seen for a lovely afternoon tea party. Perhaps only rose can deliver such beautiful scent and delicate flavor. I missed the flavor so much that I decided to make rose jelly by myself. I used rosebuds and petals I bought. Turned out this perfect, very rosy and pleasant afternoon tea dessert.
The rose scent is just right – not too weak, not overpowering. It smells and tastes like a fresh bouquet of roses. I hope you’ll enjoy!… View Post

Chinese sweet taro soup with black sesame is very unique and unexpectedly delicious. This dessert is for those who love creamy, silky texture, and sweet, nutty taste. The addition of black sesame powder makes it rich in both flavor and nutrients.
Follow this recipe for sweet taro soup with black sesame to get this lovely dessert on the table in no time! It’s simple and fun to make. Perfect for a holiday afternoon tea. Your family will favor it over other desserts!!… View Post