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Chinese Food

  1. ChrisSnil profile image55
    ChrisSnilposted 9 years ago

    One of the most commonly cooked meals in our household is stir fry, sometimes we use a packaged sauce, but I like to experiment with flavours and such when I cook them.

    A particular favourite is a simple marinade made with half a lime, a chopped chilli, a drizzle of honey and some light soy sauce - goes delicious with king prawns, mange tout and noodles.

    My personal favourite is something that I haven't tried cooking yet - shredded chilli beef - but when I go to the US I plump for General Tso's Chicken, a dish I can't seem to find over here

    With regards to Chinese/Thai/Oriental foodstuffs, what's your favourite? Be it simple stir fry sauces or complex curries

    1. Lady_E profile image72
      Lady_Eposted 8 years agoin reply to this

      My favourites are special fried rice, spare ribs. I used to like Dumplings but then I watched a Chinese film weeks ago about the secret of a 60 year old chinese woman looking very, very young to keep her hubby. They cooked parts of embryo's in dumplings for her to eat, which she paid a lot of money for and I swore I was never having dumplings again - even though it was just a film.

      Sorry people. I can imagine the looks on your faces smile

  2. tksensei profile image60
    tksenseiposted 9 years ago

    Ya gotta love gyoza!

    1. ChrisSnil profile image55
      ChrisSnilposted 8 years agoin reply to this

      I <3 dim sum dishes - gyozi in particular smile However it's hard to find restaurants that do decent dim sum in this country (steamed dumplings/pot stickers and the like) *drool*

  3. scheinandras profile image54
    scheinandrasposted 9 years ago

    nothing is better than half cooked dog-eye with beijing sauce:) Just joking:) I quite like chienese food but I found eastern european foods lot better. But that is just my opinion.

  4. charanjeet kaur profile image60
    charanjeet kaurposted 9 years ago

    We have a strong liking to indo-chinese food, it is our customization to the chinese cuisine. We add red chillies and pepper for that strong effect. My favorite is stir fy chilli chicken i have written a hub on it as well
    http://hubpages.com/hub/How-to-make-Chilli-chicken. Stir fry vegiies with brocoli is yummy too.

  5. Anamika S profile image63
    Anamika Sposted 8 years ago

    I love all sorts of food. But my comfort food is Indian Food especially a Gujarathi Thali.

  6. Pete Maida profile image59
    Pete Maidaposted 8 years ago

    I like a lot of Chinese dishes but I'm not big on tangy spices.  I like things like sweet and sour pork and beff with snow peas.

  7. troublesome profile image54
    troublesomeposted 8 years ago

    I like cream cheese won tons, sweet and sour chicken, and many of their stir fry dishes. There are so many cook choices to choose from.

  8. profile image0
    dennisemattposted 8 years ago

    tzatziki, even tho I THINK that is Indian? Also I love rice rolled in seaweed, I dont know what its called.Kim something... And Bulgogi. (Sorry, I dont know how to spell that either.)

  9. Misha profile image75
    Mishaposted 8 years ago

    Red curry, no matter what meat - if we include Thai also smile

  10. emievil profile image77
    emievilposted 8 years ago

    I like dimsum a lot (especially siomai - don't know if this is the correct English term smile). For Thai food - my favorite is tom yum smile.

  11. kmackey32 profile image69
    kmackey32posted 8 years ago

    I like chicken fried rice.

  12. love my yorkies profile image59
    love my yorkiesposted 8 years ago

    I love oriental cooking, Chinese, Japanese and Thai, all of them.  I really like Indian food also, great little place in Denver, CO, called Yak & Yeti's, ya got to go there if ever in the area.  Always trying something new.  Like spicy sauces.  Absolutely love anything with curry.

  13. nikki1 profile image60
    nikki1posted 8 years ago

    I love chinese food..
    <snipped - do not promote your hubs in the forums>
    have a great day to all.
    nikki101

  14. Beth100 profile image73
    Beth100posted 8 years ago

    My favorite is one that is made by my grandmother and mother.  It's made only once a year -- for Chinese New Year.  It's a combination of descriptions.  The outside is made like a pastry, but is crunchy, not flaky.  The center is a mixture of toasted peanuts, toasted seasame seeds, toasted shredded cocunut, and sugar.  The toasted peanuts are crushed with a rolling pin and then mixed in with the remaining ingredients. This is the filling in the "pastry".  Can't describe it well enough...

    The second is sticky rice wrapped in banana leaves.  The third is wontons (which I've shared in a hub).  Ah, there are many more, but I will stop my list here.  I'm getting hungry!!!

  15. earnestshub profile image89
    earnestshubposted 8 years ago

    I love so much Chinese cuisine, having lived with the food for seven years of my life. One of my favorites is Tomato and egg soup.

    1. tksensei profile image60
      tksenseiposted 8 years agoin reply to this

      You lived with food? That must have been an all-consuming relationship.

  16. rmcrayne profile image97
    rmcrayneposted 8 years ago

    I too like Gen Tso's chicken, shrimp fried rice, house lo mein, fried dumplings.

  17. tim-tim profile image76
    tim-timposted 8 years ago

    I love all kinds of food but my favorite has to be Chinese, of course! Being that I am Chinese myself. As far as Dim Sum, it is just different type of dumplings. It means touch of heart:) If you want a easy way of cooking Chinese, there are a lot of different sauce which you can purchase at the oriental grocery store. If you plan to take the challege and do it yourself, one main ingredient you can't leave out is corn starch. Trust me, it is ancient Chinese secret,LOL,enjoy:)

 
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