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The BEST Garlic Shrimp Recipe

Lean how to make the best garlic shrimp in less than 1 minute! 1.5 pounds of shrimp with head 10 cloves of minced garlic 1/2 teaspoon of chopped red chilies A pinch of salt A pinch of pepper A handful of cilantro…
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How to Cook Amazing Seafood Soup?

Today we are going to make this very beautiful orange color seafood soup. Can you guest where the orange color is coming? I’ll tell you in just a bit. First let’s take a look at the list of ingredients. 1 medium…
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The Hottest Chilies Steamed Fish Recipe

Duojiao chilies steamed fish is a traditional Hunan dish. The freshness of the fish and the spiciness of the duojiao chillies are united as one body. Let’s take a look at this recipe now! 1 whole fish 1 tablespoon of…
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The Famous General Tso’s Chicken Recipe

General Tso’s Chicken is one of the most popular Chinese American dishes. It was invented in New York by a Chinese chef. Although it is named after a Qing dynasty official, Tso Sung Tang, you may not be able to find this dish in China.…
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The Ultimate Vegetable Egg Drop Soup Recipe

In the previous episodes, I revealed the secrets on how to make egg drop soup, and a lot of you really liked it. Today I’d like bring the egg drop soup to another level by adding more healthy ingredients and tons of textures. Let’s make the…
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How to Make Vegetable Spring Rolls Recipe

Spring rolls are popular traditional Chinese snacks. Back in the days, people eat spring rolls on the Li Chun Day, which is at the beginning of spring. In order to pray for good health, and they call it “bite the spring.” Later spring…
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7 Cool Ways to Wrap Wonton

I'd like to present you the 7 ways on how to wrap wonton today! 1. Rectangle Wonton 2. Rectangle Ingot Wonton 3. Triangle Wonton 4. Triangle Ingot Wonton 5. Envelop Wonton 6. Ravioli Wonton 7. Pocket Wonton
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Sichuan Chilli Oil Wonton Recipe (Chao Shou)

Sichuan people call wonton as Chao Shou. And Sichuan Chilli Oil Wonton is a classic Sichuan dish. In Chinese, it’s also known as Hong You Chao Shou. When literally translated, Chao Shou means “crossed arms”. Back in the ancient time,…
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8 Cool Ways to Wrap Dumplings

In the last episode, I showed you how to make dumplings filling, wrap dumplings, and cook dumplings. In this episode, I'd like to show you 8 cool ways to wrap dumplings! 1. Pleated dumpling First, fold in half. Pinch the middle of…
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Chinese Shrimp Lo Mein Recipe

Did you know that the Lo Mein that we know in America is different than the Lo Mein in China? Originally, Lo Mein is just like wonton noodle soup, but the soup is on the side. Partially, lo means to scoop out of water. And mein means…
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Kimchi Fried Rice Recipe

Did you know that Health Magazine named Kimchi as one of the top five "World's Healthiest Foods"? Kimchi is rich in vitamin A, B1, B2, calcium, iron, and lactic acid bacteria. And Korean loves kimchi so much that they made is as a…
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Kung Pao Chicken Recipe

Is Kung Pao Chicken an Americanized Chinese dish or a traditional Chinese dish? Kung Pao Chicken is a traditional Chinese dish. It's a classic Sichuan dish. It's named after Ding Baozhen, an Qing Dynasty official. It used to be his…
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Shrimp & Chicken Siu Mai Recipe

Shrimp & Chicken Siu Mai Recipe Today let's learn to make the best shrimp & chicken siu mai recipe! Did you know it started all the way back in the Qing Dynasty? Yep. Although everyone knows siu mai as a Cantonese dish, it’s…
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Chinese Stir Fry Spicy Shrimp Recipe

Let's learn to cook Chinese Stir Fry Spicy Shrimp with CiCi today! I hope that you can take the heat! Yummmy~~! Stir Fry Spicy Shrimp Recipe 1 pound of deveined shrimp 1 stalk of scallions, cut into 1 inch pieces 3 cloves of chopped…
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The Yummiest Chinese Egg Roll Recipe

There are over 100 ways to cook an egg. Today let's cook one of my favorite ways, a Chinese Egg Roll! It's so yummy! Chinese Egg Roll Recipe 4 eggs 1 tablespoon of water 1/2 of a teaspoon of salt 1/4 of a cup of mixed vegetables 1…
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Quick ‘n’ Easy Korean Spicy Rice Cakes

I've always had a lot of sympathy for the adage that less is more, as well as a penchant for keeping things simple. And since I love cooking, I love paring down dishes. Trimming away excess is satisfying because I like knowing I’ve been…
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