Black Bean Beef-Noodles

Black Bean Beef with Noodles is a family favourite, so easy to prepare and packed with flavour. We used Snow Peas in our Black Bean Beef with Noodles recipe but you can also use Sugarsnap Peas. Choose a god cut of Beef as the cooking time is so short. This can be served all day [Read More…]


Use a good quality beef like fillet or tenderloin for this Chinese Beef with Bell Pepper Recipe. Our Chinese Beef with Bell Pepper Recipe is a stir fry that is very quick to prepare and cook but is both an attractive and tasty dish suitable for any occasion. It is important to slice the beef [Read More…]


What could be more delicious than our Chinese style Mango Chicken recipe. With crispy coated succulent chicken and luscious ripe mango in a tangy sauce, Mango Chicken is a special treat and so easy to prepare and cook. If you can’t find fresh mango, tinned mangoes can be substituted. Once the chicken has been added [Read More…]


For this Chinese Spare Ribs in Szechuan Sauce recipe, the Spare Ribs should be cut into 2.5cm/1″ pieces. I have given 2 cooking methods for my Chinese Spare Ribs in Szechuan Sauce, and which method you use really depends on the type of spare ribs you have. If your ribs are thick and meaty then use the Oven method but if the ribs are not so meaty, as in many Chinese Spare Rib dishes, then the frying method is ideal.


This Szechuan Chicken dish has the rather curious name of Bang Bang Chicken, apparently because of the sound made tenderizing the chicken with a rolling pin. Bang Bang Chicken is popular in Chinese restaurants but you can easily make it at home. Szechuan Bang Bang Chicken makes a delicious starter and can be served with a few Cos Lettuce leaves.


This Chinese stir fry uses Bok Choy, sometimes known as Chinese Chard or Chinese Mustard. Bok Choy is a member of the Brassica family but doesn’t form a head and is a very popular vegetable in S.E. Asia. This Bok Choy recipe can be used as a side dish but is also delicious eaten on its own


This Hong Kong style Sweet Sour Chicken recipe is a great favourite in Chinese Restaurants around the world. The sweet and Tangy flavours in our sweet sour chicken sauce complement the crispy twice fried chicken making a truly mouthwatering dish. The secret of a good sweet sour sauce is to get a balance between the flavours, not too sweet, not too sour.


Lemon Chinese Chicken is coated in batter and deep fried, unlike other Lemon Chicken recipes which are baked in an oven. Our Lemon Chinese Chicken has a lemon sauce which is a Cantonese creation. To get the same bright yellow colour in the lemon sauce as many Chinese Restaurants serve, you will need to add some yellow food colouring but this is not essential as the taste will not be affected.


Chicken wings are always a favourite and this Chinese Chicken Wings in Red Wine Recipe is a wonderful combination of Oriental spices and flavourings together with a red wine sauce. If you purchase complete chicken wings there is no need to throw away the wing tips, use them when making the chicken stock


Our goat recipe, Szechuan Ginger Goat, comes from the Sichuan province of China. Szechuan cuisine is renowned for its strong or spicy flavours and Szechuan Ginger Goat is no exception, using liberal amounts of ginger and garlic. Whilst this is a goat recipe, you may substitute lamb for the goat meat if you prefer.


This Sweet Sour Pork Belly Recipe is Chinese in origin. The luscious texture of the Pork Belly is well complemented by our sweet sour recipe creating a dish that simply oozes with flavour and is mouthwatering to look at. Pork belly is an extremely popular cut of Pork in China and many other Asian countries and is now becoming more widely used in the West.

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