Food Recipes eBook - Cooking Chinese Style - Chinese cuisine is to achieve softness quick cooking food in a way to retain the natural taste, flavor, color and materials. [NOOK Book]

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Cooking Chinese Style – Chinese recipes are quick, easy to make, or both. Some can be made ​​with ingredients available in local supermarkets, while others may require a trip to the market china / asia or use a substitute. Whether you are just starting to cook Chinese or just looking for recipes that do not require too much time in the kitchen, here are some recipe ideas that could become your reference.

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Food Recipes eBook - Cooking Chinese Style - Chinese cuisine is to achieve softness quick cooking food in a way to retain the natural taste, flavor, color and materials.

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Overview

Cooking Chinese Style – Chinese recipes are quick, easy to make, or both. Some can be made ​​with ingredients available in local supermarkets, while others may require a trip to the market china / asia or use a substitute. Whether you are just starting to cook Chinese or just looking for recipes that do not require too much time in the kitchen, here are some recipe ideas that could become your reference.

Chinese recipes are divided into various different categories. There are some that must be considered when cooking Chinese cuisine, we wanted to show that it is important to create a delicious Chinese dishes. Always use a young vegetables, fresh and soft when possible. Avoid using frozen ingredients because it will not taste as good as using fresh. Marinade, seasonings and sauces should be prepared in advance. The materials must be sorted and washed and cut before cooking. This is very important in cooking Chinese cuisine, as the essence of Chinese cuisine is to achieve softness quick cooking food in a way to retain the natural taste, flavor, color and materials.

This collection of 100 succulent Chinese Recipes is just what you need! Just take a look at all of the tempting & tasty recipes that are included in this ebook!

Almond Chicken
Almond Cookies
Asparagus and Sesame Chicken Soup
Assorted Vegetables in a Clear Sauce
Authentic Fried Rice
Barbecued Lamb on Skewers
Basic Won Ton
Beef With Broccoli
Bean Curd with Oyster Sauce
Beef Chow Mein
Bok Choy with White Pork
Braised Chicken Drumsticks
Braised Chinese Cabbage
Braised Lions Head in a Sandy Pot
Broccoli with Garlic Sauce
Butterfly Shrimp with Snowpeas
Cashew Chicken
Cashew Nut Prawns
Chicken Chow Mein Casserole
Chicken Harvest Stir-fry
Chicken and Lotus Seed Soup
Chicken in Plum Sauce
Chicken Foo Yung
Chinese Barbecue Sauce
Chinese Barbecued Spareribs
Chinese Cabbage
Chinese Chicken Wing Drumsticks
Chinese Coleslaw
Chinese Fire Pot
Chinese Fried Rice
Chinese Fortune Cookies
Chinese New Year's Cookies
Chinese Mapo Tofu
Chinese Mixed Vegetables
Chinese Pot Roast
Chinese Tenderloin
Clear Fish Soup
Crab Rangoon
Crunchy Bean Sprouts with Beef
Curried Chicken Spring Rolls
Egg Drop Soup
Egg Flower Soup
Eggplant with Spicy Meat
Egg Rolls
Foil Wrapped Chicken (appetizers)
Four Kinds of Steamed Vegetables
Fried Garlic Chicken Recipe
Fun See Chicken
Garlic Chicken
Hot & Sour Soup
Honey Sponge Cake
Kung Pao Beef
Kung Pao Chicken
Lamb Slivers in Pungent Sauce
Lamb Soup Pot
Lemon Chicken
Lo Mein
Mixed Fruits with Grass Jelly
Onion Cakes
Paper Prawns
Prawns Hunan Style
Rice Sticks with Vegetables
Salmon Steak with Cloud Ears and Noodles
Salt Baked Chicken
Sesame Beef
Shangyi Shrimp
Shredded Pork with Yu Shon Sauce
Shrimp Chips
Shrimp with Hot Sauce
Shrimp in Lobster Sauce
Singapore Fried Noodles
Sour Soup with Rice Noodles
Spicy Pork Strips with Black Fungus
Steamed Honey Pears
Steamed Pork Dumplings
Steamed Pungent Cod with Cabbage
Steamed Translucent Dumplings
Steamed Whole Fish
Stir Fried Vegetables with Bean Curd
Stir Fried Snow Peas
Sugared Walnuts
Sweet Almond Pudding with Dates
Sweet and Pungent Lotus Root with Pork
Sweet & Sour Sauce
Szechuan chicken
Szechuan Noodles
Szechwan Chicken and Cashews
Szechwan Eggplant and Tofu
Szechwan Noodles with Green Onions
Teriyaki Beef
Three Flavors Soup
Tofu Triangles
Tomato Beef
Twice Cooked Pork with Spicy Vegetables
Vegetables Lo Mein
Velvet Corn Soup
Wheat Starch Wrappers for Dumplings
Wined Fish Chunks in Broth
Won Tons
Won Ton in Oyster Sauce
Many more...
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940014337410
  • Publisher: colin lian
  • Publication date: 10/15/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 107
  • Sales rank: 1,310,091
  • File size: 436 KB

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