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Peking Duck

Peking duck is one of the more famous of Chinese dishes. The duck is rubbed with honey and baked in a special oven, usually served with steamed pancakes (or 'mandarin' pancakes), spring onions, cucumber sticks and sweet bean sauce (Tianmianjiang which can be replaced by Hoisin sauce). There are many recipes for Peking duck, some are easy and some are...
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Mushrooms with Bell Pepper

Mushroom and pepper appetizer, can be served both hot or cold. You can use champignons or baby bella mushrooms like I used here. If you cook this appetizer in a large quantity, you can store it for 2-3 days in jars in the refrigerator....
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Enoki Mushrooms

Enoki is a small pale yellow, almost white Japanese mushrooms with very long and thin stems and tiny  caps.  Enoki are very delicate, have fresh taste, which does not interrupt the taste of other ingredients. In raw form, they are perfect in salads. Enoki mushrooms are often added to soups or fried vegetables, giving them a unique flavor. Here are...
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Taiwanese Chicken in a Clay Pot

This dish is similar to the recipe Three Cup Chicken, a classic Taiwanese dish. Usually this recipe the chicken is prepared in a clay pot, if you do not have a clay pot, you can prepare in a wok or in a frying pan. Thai basil gives this dish a nice touch and pleasant aroma. You can use a...
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Peking Duck

Peking duck is one of the most famous of Chinese dishes. The duck is rubbed with honey and baked in a special oven, usually served with steamed pancakes (or ‘mandarin’ pancakes), spring onions, cucumber sticks and sweet bean sauce (Tianmianjiang which can be replaced by Hoisin sauce). There are many recipes for Peking duck, some are easy and some...
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Beef with Vegetables in a Wok

When stir frying meat it's important to have the maximum amount of heat and to cook quickly. Don't cook too much at once or it will cook unevenly and lower the temperature of the wok too much. Put the meat in the wok and let set, then begin stir frying after 30-60 seconds. It's best to prepare the ingredients...
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Chicken in Wok with Vegetables

This tasty Asian-inspired meal is both healthy and easy to make! Serve it hot over white or brown rice or even Chinese noodles. For this recipe you  can use chicken breasts or chicken thighs and add some more vegetables such as asparagus, snowpea pods, soybean sprouts, etc....
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Chinese Beef

It's better to marinate the meat about 2-3 hours to get a richer flavor. If you like a spicy food, you can add 2-3 hot red peppers. Just fry a few red hot peppers in oil for a few minutes, remove them, and continue cooking in the same hot oil. Instead of beef you can use not fatty pork....
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