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    60 Reviews |  By ~SwoR~

    I love the pinkish red sweet and sour sauce that is served in Chinese restaurants...I have tried dozens of recipes and been disappointed so I made this one by trial and error...this is the closest I have come to getting that flavor.

    Recipe #15996

    Original recipe comes from Todd Wilbur's book "Top Secret Restaurant Recipes" however I've made some minor changes to fit personal taste. For something different substitute leftover pork roast. Please note that we like spicy food so you may wish to adjust the amount sambal oelek you use.

    Recipe #369499

    This recipe - which works as either a main dish or appetizer - is a result of combining some different "Salt and Pepper Squid" recipes that I hadn’t made before. I was aiming for the taste I’d had in a Seattle sushi place, but didn’t quite achieve it. On the other hand, my husband and I loved these anyhow, so I decided to write up the recipe so that I – and others – can duplicate it in the future. These are as good as any calamari I’ve gotten in restaurants! The first time we made them we gobbled them down so fast that I forgot to take a photo... :)

    Recipe #116159

    This Chinese fried rice has the flavor those other recipes are missing. Tastes like takeout. I want to dedicate this dish to Bergy, whose recipe "AM & B's Indonesian Mehoon" has inspired this dish. Make sure you season your rice with salt before it cooks. Add some butter to the cooking water, as well. Other seasonings should be added before you cook, as well, so it has time to get inside the rice. If you like sesame flavor, add 1 tsp. of it after you add the green onions, but do not use it as a cooking oil because it easily burns.

    Recipe #38748

    This is a recipe that I've used for years. It's so quick and easy for a week night meal and has such wonderful flavor.

    Recipe #40339

    Loaded with vegetables this Asian beef noodle soup is also low in calories but full of flavor.

    Recipe #279986

    Quick version of the Chinese favorite

    Recipe #38921

    51 Reviews |  By ~jb4~

    I found this recipe somewhere online and made a few variations. It tastes just like something you would get in the restaurants.

    Recipe #98345

    Delicious egg rolls! I love mine with jalapeño pepper jelly! You can use 1/2 pound of meat for more veggie taste, or a full pound for meatier egg rolls.

    Recipe #134053

    These taste just like your favorite Chinese Restaurants.....

    Recipe #44240

    This is yummy, and pretty easy to put together, the wrapping wll be a little wrinkly. It not only has a shrimp filling, but a whole shrimp in it as well. Came from a recipe book i have that is written in half chinese and half english. Updated as per chef flower's comments in directions.

    Recipe #249889

    I have been playing with this recipe for ages. I think this comes pretty close to the orange chicken that I enjoy at my favorite chinese restaurant. Served over steamed rice or fried rice makes it a one-dish meal. I sprinkle chopped green onions on mine. Yum.

    Recipe #320809

    Chiles add heat to succulent shrimp with cashews. It is essential to have all ingredients cut and ready before you start. From Food & Wine magazine.

    Recipe #34760

    For Shae, who discovered this on a Chinese buffet. I had found this on a buffet also. It is a great little dish, with a little bite of pepper that is quite addictive!

    Recipe #45308

    Give the restaurant menu a break today, and make my version of General Tso's chicken at home. Save money and eat good!!!

    Recipe #498675

    Don't bother ordering Chinese chicken balls make these at home they are just as good if not even better and the sweet and sour sauce is the same as what is served at your Chinese restaurant!-- these are a great weekend snack or can be served as appetizers, if you want some extra flavor to you chicken batter feel free to add in some garlic or onion powder or spices of choice --- this makes a large amount so you may want to reduce the chicken ball batter amount by half (using 4 chicken breasts) --- NOTE: the sauce recipe is one you may have to make a few times before you get the consistancy and sweetness to your liking, 1 cup white sugar and 1/2 cup lightly packed brown will give you a sweet sauce you may reduce the white sugar amount by a few tablespoons

    Recipe #132546


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