It’s a Chinese specialty that incorporates the sliced beef cut, a crispy coating, and a velvety sauce. By reducing soy sauce together with brown sugar and cornstarch, you can create a pleasant sweetness that balances the salty soy sauce.
Bold and garlicky flavor has remained the most popular characteristic of Asian cuisine. But still, there are always ingenious hints of sweetness in between. This really provides you full control on the final result— spicier or milder, you’re free to make your meal whatever way you prefer.
This egg drop soup is amazingly tasty. The chicken broth itself is flavorful with delicate sweetness coming from corn and shiitake mushroom, and a warmth of spice from sesame and soy sauce. It’s light on calories but full of fiber and protein and umami rich, which makes egg drop soup a great way to start your meal.
This pepper steak recipe is one of our favorite Chinese recipes. It comes together in only a few minutes, and unlike those greasy takeouts, this one is fresh and healthful. Don’t be surprised if it tastes just as good as the restaurant’s (or even better!)
Ready in 35 minutes, sesame chicken is here to make your tablemates rush to the dining table. Fast cooking, easy cleanup, family-friendly, with healthy ingredients— feel free to have the food you love without fearing a food coma!
“Chicken” it is, but spices can not be taken negligibly here. Together with a few splashes of herbs like scallions, garlic and ginger, Kung Pao merely has the notorious qualities of Chinese cuisine.
While chilli furnishes the final touch of heat for the dish, the great balance between the ingredients is actually what foregrounds it all.