Chinese Cooking Archives

Chinese Cooking Class: Chinese Recipes Pork

That’s Mandarin Brings You Moo Shu Pork with Natural Ingredients


Hi Ya’ll.  Today we have a couple of Chinese cooking videos that depict the following:

  1. Moo Shu Pork
  2. Sweet and Sour Pork

In the first cooking video, it’s kinda condensed down – i.e., they’ve adjusted the video so that it doesnt waste yr time (it’s sped up, yet you still are able to follow along as each piece of instruction is written on the screen for you).

It’s about 3.5 minutes long; Laoshi Du Cong is the instructor, and she is “soft spoken”.  Also she’s speaking in chinese – but don’t worry, this really doesn’t affect things since there are video screen tips & List of ingredients shown on the screen.

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Compilation of Beef Recipes: Chinese Recipes with Beef


CHINESE RECIPES WITH BEEF: P.F. Chang’s Recipes and More

By Jan Ashby

Today I am putting together a few chinese recipes with beef in them.  Of course, there are

other ingredients – such as broccoli or green onions .  I think you’ll especially like the

P.F. Chang recipe for Mongolian beef  (woo-hoo).


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Indian Chinese Recipes: Chinese Chilli Chicken

Ingredients for Chinese Chilli Chicken

500 -600 gms Boneless Chicken          Chinese Chili Chicken
2 tbsp Soya Sauce
1 Egg
2 tbsp Corn Flour/Corn Starch
5-6 Chopped Green Chilies
2 Green Onion Chopped
1 tsp Garlic Paste
Salt to taste
1/2 tsp White Pepper Powder
1 tsp Sugar
A pinch of ajinomoto
2 cups chicken Broth/ Water
1 tbsp Oil
Oil to fry

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Chinese Chicken with All-Natural Stir-Fry Sauce

Chinese Cooking Videos: Chinese Chicken with All-Natural Sauce

Tips: How to Choose a Wok (Video)   and ALsoSimple Chicken Stir Fry

Top Chinese Cooking Methods: A Video

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Chinese Cooking Videos: General Tso’s Chicken

General Tso Chicken: Chinese Recipes

Today’s video blog post (known as a “vlog”) falls into the category of “chinese cooking videos” and is an authentic dish.  The lady in the video does a really good job of detailing things – she is chinese, yet speaks slowly and distinctly – so that you know just what to do.  For instance, she describes the LENGTH of the hot peppers you should purchase for use in your General Tso Chicken.

And she pauses at ALL the right moments.  She takes you through the marinade (and all its ingredients), then pauses.  She explains about the vegetables – the green onion, in this case – and how she will use 2 parts of the onion.

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