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

Xinjiang big plate chicken (Da pan ji) is an extraordinarily delicious Chinese dish. With bold and tasty spices, big plate chicken is salty, seriously spicy and super flavorful!
It’s almost too good to be true, and the rich spices will fill the air with mouth-watering scents. I’m sure you’ll love it.… View Post

Chinese people love fried rice. In china, there is a great variety of fried rice, which vary according to their region of production, ingredients, flavor, etc. Yangzhou Fried Rice is perhaps the most well-known one. I’m so obsessed with it. It’s very fresh and delicious. The rice in it is soft and savory. The color and taste make it really moreish!
The basic ingredients are really simple to prepare. So make sure you don’t miss this one! Make yourself and your families a delicious Yangzhou Fried Rice for dinner tonight! :)… View Post

I made this braised oxtail for dinner last night and it was a big hit. Red chili peppers, sugar, garlic, scallion, soy sauce, and cooking wine was braised with fried oxtail and fresh carrots. It’s simple and the flavor is wonderful. The meat was so soft that just fell off the bone and melted in my mouth.
If you’ve never cooked oxtail before, you definitely should give this Chinese oxtail recipe a try! It won’t disappoint you! … View Post

In the summertime when the weather is hot, a delicious Szechuan-style spicy cold noodles will suit your taste. Cold noodles, or “Liang Mian” in Mandarin, are eating at room temperature, refreshing light, healthy and delicious. Black rice noodles are made with organic black rice, which adds more nutrients to your meal. … View Post