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A wok is the ideal cooking pot for this stir-fried chicken dish. The flavours emerge wonderfully and the chicken is fresh and crisp. Szechuan Chicken 17 Dec 2007
Sweet & Sour Pork Sweet & Sour Pork 6 Dec 2007
Winter Melon Crisp Winter Melon Crisp 1 Dec 2007
Turnip Cake Turnip Cake 1 Dec 2007
In Cantonese this savoury pastry, a bit like a little pie, is called Char Siu Sau. It's a parcel of crisp, flaky puff-pastry wrapped around succulent barbecued pork in a sweetly spicy sauce. Char Siu Puff 1 Dec 2007
Chinese Sausage Roll Chinese Sausage Roll 30 Nov 2007
Crab claws are used to delicious effect in this quick stir-fried starter based on an Indonesian dish called kepiting pedas Hot Spicy Crab Claws 28 Nov 2007
It's been said that the lard is what produces the traditional taste. However, if desired, butter or margarine may be substituted for very satisfactory results. Almond Cookies 24 Nov 2007
Although real Chinese dinners usually end with a piece of fruit, Western influence has caused a few changes. This cake uses Chinese techniques to make a French inspired, and extremely moist, sponge cake. Steamed Cake 24 Nov 2007
This recipe is pretty simple, and yields tender, juicy, tangy ribs. Spare Ribs 24 Nov 2007
Marinated in a sherry honey glaze, then roasted to perfection. This dish will have you 'pigging' out to your heart's content! Chinese Roast Pork 20 Nov 2007
This is a typical Chinese soup involving ginger, shrimp, and tofu. It is easy to make and fast! Good for cold weather too! Chinese Shrimp & Tofu Soup 20 Nov 2007
This simple dessert captures the glorious flavour of mango like no other. Its texture is silky rich, and its flavour, simply wonderful. Fresh cream is called for in the original recipe, but evaporated milk gives it the same richness without the fat. Mango Pudding 20 Nov 2007
This is a quick, easy, healthy meal. Add a salad and light dessert and you are sure to get rave reviews. Chicken Noodle 15 Nov 2007
This a very special soup to serve your guests. The spicy hot comes from the white pepper, and the sour comes from the vinegar. Spicy Hot & Sour Soup 15 Nov 2007
Pan fried chicken cubes served with a sweet and sour sauce. Sweet & Sour Chicken 15 Nov 2007
Chicken and sweet corn soup is often found on Chinese restaurant menus. It is a favourite with all, and an excellent way to use leftover roast chicken. Chicken and Sweet Corn Soup 11 Nov 2007
This is an easy to make appetiser and finger food. Great for parties! Fried Vegetarian Wonton 11 Nov 2007
These spicy prawns are stir-fried in moments to make a wonderful starter. Don't forget that you will need to provide your guests with finger bowls. Quick-fried Prawns with Hot Spices 11 Nov 2007
Vanilla Sponge Vanilla Sponge 11 Nov 2007
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