Kung Pao Chicken is a classic Sichuan dish. It’s named after Ding Baozhen,
an Qing Dynasty official. It used to be his favorite dish. And it’s about to become yours too.
Kung Pao Chicken Recipe
Prep time: 20 minutes
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Garlic is a quintessential ingredient for Chinese cooking. Today let’s take a look at how we can store garlic for weeks, months, and even a whole year.
1. Store whole garlic blubs at room temperature.
When you purchase garlic, pick… Read More...
Growing Basil from Cuttings
1 large basil plant
1 kitchen shears
First, cut 3-4 inch long cuttings with kitchen shears.
Then snip off the leaves on the bottom. (Consume… Read More...
Mustard Microgreens are loaded with antioxidants, vitamins A, C, E, and K.Today let's take a look at how we can easily grow mustard microgreens in water in just 7 days.
What do we need?
2 tablespoons mustard microgreens seeds
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Homemade vegetable lo mein, a Chinese takeout favorite, ticks all the boxes for a go-to weeknight dinner. It’s simple, versatile, flavorful, and fast—it comes together in all of 20 minutes on the stovetop.
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Hot and humid days call for cucumber salad: crisp, cold, and easy to toss together in minutes. Cucumber salad recipes vary across countries and cultures, but the Chinese version typically gets savoriness and umami from soy sauce, tang… Read More...
1. Persevere the scallions in a glass of water and a Ziploc bag in the fridge.
• First, wash the scallions.
• Fill a glass with 1.5 inches of water.
• Place the scallions in the glass.
• Cover the scallions with a large… Read More...
According to traditional Chinese Medicine, swallow bird’s nest has anti-aging effects and promotes tissue regeneration. It’s super-rich in protein, amino acids, and minerals that help to nourish yin and implement qi. This has been an… Read More...