Chinese Food Recipes

Cantonese cuisine, Szechuan Cuisine, Mandarin Cuisine,.....


All Purpose Meatballs Beancurd Salt Fish Soup
Bak Kut Teh Beef Stew
Baked Chicken Drummettes Beggar's Chicken
Baked Chicken In Coconut Sauce Black Pepper Chicken
Baked Fish Bonne Famine Style Black Pepper Fish Garlic
Baked Ginger Chicken Black Pepper Pork Chops
Baked Salted Chicken Braised Fish Head
Barbeque Fish Braised Fish in Fragrant Soya Sauce
Barbequed Pork Braised Fish in Hot Bean Paste
BBQ Honey Lime Chicken Braised Fish Tail in Fragrant Sauce
Braised Fish with Beancurd in Claypot Chicken Patties
Braised Herbal Fish Head and Yam Chicken Rice
Braised Sea Cucumber and Mushrooms Chicken Spinach Porridge
Casserole Fish Chicken Steamed in Lotus Leaves
Chicken Adobo Chicken Stew
Chicken and Onion Quiche Chicken with Lemon and Apricot Sauce

Chicken and Orange Salad with Strawberry Dressing

Chicken with Preserved Shrimps
Chicken and Vegetable Puffs Chicken with Red Peppers
Chicken and Vegetable Rice Claypot Chicken Rice
Chicken and Watermelon Soup Claypot Fish Head
Chicken Charsiew Pau Claypot Three Precious Mushroom and Taufu Stew
Chicken Cooked with Vegetables and Egg Clear Carrot Chicken Soup
Chicken Curry Chinese Style Crispy Deep Fried Fish Fillet
Chicken Curry for Full Moon Deep Fried Century Eggs in Fish Paste
Chicken Curry with Quil's Eggs Deep Fried Crispy Baby Shark Fillet
Chicken Essence and Trotters with Vinegar Deep Fried Fish Fillet with Almond Flakes
Chicken Fillets with Orange Sauce Deep Fried Fragrant Chicken
Chicken Herbal Soup Fish and Chicken chowder
Chicken in Sesame Oil Soup Paper Wrapped Chicken
Chicken Meatballs  Sweet and Sour Pork Chop
Quick Stir Fried Lamb Home Style Fried Bean Curd
Pickles and Relishes Pickled Daikon and Carrot
Marinated Broccoli Stems Pickled Green Chili
Marinated Cucumber Pickled Garlic
Spicy Cabbage Pickles Sauces and Dips
Chili Garlic Sauce Ginger and Soy Dip
Ginger Black Vinegar Dip Sesame sauce
Hot Soy Dipping Sauce Homemade Chicken Stock
Homemade Vegetable Stock Pork Dumplings in Hot Sauce
Steamed Vegetable Dumplings with Black Vinegar Sauce Lettuce Cups with Mushrooms and Tofu
Classic Egg Rolls Fresh Spring Rolls Bao Bing
Crispy Shrimp Toast Yunnan Ham Pastries
Shrimp and Crab Tofu Skin Rolls (Chao Lian Xia Xie Jiao) Barbecued Pork
Crispy Fried Tofu Drunken Chicken
Hot and Sour Soup (Hai Xian Suan La Tang) Sweet Corn and Crab Chowder
Tofu and Spinach Soup Egg Drop Soup
Fragrant Beef Noodle Soup Delicate White Fish Soup
Chicken and Ginseng Soup Winter Melon Soup (Dong Gua Tang)
Classic Fried Rice Vegetarian Fried Rice
Stir-fried Rice Vermicelli Longevity Noodles
Stir-fried Noodles with Shrimp and Pork Chilled Summer Noodles
Hot and Spicy Sichuan Noodles (Dan Dan Mian) Stir-fried Vegetables
Fragrant Sichuan Eggplant (Yu Xiang Qiezi) Stir-fried Chinese Broccoli with Beef
Crunchy and Tangy Fresh Lotus Root Salad (Ma La Lian Ou) Hoisin Glazed Green Beans
Hot and Sour Chinese Cabbage Tofu-stuffed Vegetables
Back Bean Chicken Quick Asparagus
Hunan Chicken Salad Ma Po Tofu
Fried Chicken in a Tangy Hot Sauce Kung Bao Chicken with Dried Chilies
Braised Chicken Wings in Plum Orange Sauce Sweet and Sour Shandong Chicken
Tea-smoked Duck Steamed Buns (Man Tou)
Twice-cooked Pork with Peppers (Hui Guo Rou Beggar's Chicken
Beef with Black Pepper (Hei jiao Niu Rou) Sweet and Sour Pork
Mongolian Lamb Hotpot (Shuan Yang Rou) Beef with Sesame Seeds (Zhi Ma Niu Pai)
Ginger Seasoned Fish with Carrots, Bamboo Shoots and Celery Red-braised Fish
Stir-fried Shrimp or Lobster with Chili Sauce Shrimp with Vegetables and Ham
Wok-seared Sesame Scallops Steamed Mussels, Clams or Oysters with Garlic
Ginger-poached Trout or Seabass Sweet Black Bean and Sesame Squid
Salt and Pepper Squid Iced Almond Jelly with Lychees
Mango Pudding Banana Fritters
Sweet Rice Dumplings Candied Apples
Sweet Red Bean Soup with Lotus Seeds Sweet Red Bean Pancakes



Food is an important part of daily life for Chinese people. Chinese not only enjoy eating but believe eating good food can bring harmony and closeness toRoasted Chicken the family and relationships. Chinese will shop for fresh food daily. They will select live seafood, fresh meat and seasonal fruits and vegetables from the local markets to ensure freshness as this is very essential for all Chinese cooking. The food prepared must be gleam, glisten, and steam as if just taken out of the oven.

Chinese food is more concerned with the food's texture, flavor, color, and aroma. These are the crucial points for good Chinese cooking. Chinese food could be nutritious as well. Most Chinese restaurants offer a number of regional cuisines on the same menu. Whether it is Mandarin cuisine, Cantonese cuisine, Shanghainese cuisine, Szechuan cuisine or Hunan cuisine, it is not easy to distinguish the difference when all dishes as all are equally delicious.


Below will give you a quick primer on the most prevalent Chinese cuisines found in Asian.


Mandarin cuisine

Mandarin cuisine is the food of the northern imperial courts of old Peking, known today as Beijing. In this region, wheat instead of rice .................... read more

Cantonese cuisine

Cantonese cuisine originated from the areas of Guangdong Province and Hong Kong. Dim sum, the famous Chinese breakfast more

Shanghainese Cuisine

The Shanghainese cuisine is more on braising and stewing so full-bodied flavors commingle on the tongue. This cuisine is mainly originated..............,.read more

Szechuan Cuisine

Sichuan dishes are considered spicy. It uses mostly chili peppers and red peppercorns to stimulate the taste buds. Through pickling and...., more

Hunan Cuisine

The food from Hunan is considered very hot and spicy. It's often difficult to distinguish Hunan from Sichuan cuisine. The Hunanese use ............. read more

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