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    Chinese New Year Celebration!

    Let's celebrate Chinese New Year with some "Chinese Specialties" that everyone loves!
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    For those days when you are craving slow braised goodness of ribs. The recipe comes from Bon Appetit.

    Recipe #447007

    Just in time for Chinese New Year! My take on classic Spring Rolls, filled with minced chicken and crisp Chinese seasoned vegetables. I decided to shape these into little square bundles (As I remember seeing in the Far East on Laundry Days), rather than the usual elongated rolls - you can then tie the bundles with fresh chives blades if you have any, although that is not necessary, just a nice idea for a classy presentation! The RSC ingredients I have used in this recipe are: Spring roll wrappers, fresh cilantro leaves, soy sauce, chicken breast, broccoli slaw mix, fresh cucumbers and peanut butter. I hope you have as much fun as I did when I made these!

    Recipe #354062

    This recipe is AWESOME and will make you want to make it often! Tip: The pepper, chile paste, and vinegar can be varied according to your taste. If you want the broth a little thicker, add another tablespoon of water and cornstarch, when thickening the broth. If you like it a little hotter, use 2 T. of red chili paste, instead of 1. If you like it a little milder, don't add as much white pepper. It you like it a little more sour, add a little more vinegar, to taste, a little at a time. Time does not include time to soak the fungus.

    Recipe #270356

    Ahh Francis ... we wish you would cook more because your so darn good at it ... these are proof of that

    Recipe #186992

    42 Reviews |  By Cocoa

    These appetizers disappear quickly! They are also great dipped in a mixture of soy sauce and Worcestershire sauce.

    Recipe #20235

    These delicious little morsels are to die for! Creamy cheese and crab with lemon. Doesn't get much better than that! Great as an appetizer for any social event, but don't wait until then. Make them for yourself and the family, and see for yourself how DELISH they are alone, or with any kind of dipping sauce you might like. I love them with my recipes for Recipe #270395 and Recipe #206003.

    Recipe #215919

    I made these for an Asian themed party at my house, and they were delish! Crispy and full of flavor, these are sure to be a treat at your next social event!

    Recipe #205992

    Originally posted on the Kikkomon website, this recipe sounds delicious!

    Recipe #258030

    This a really terrific filling for those Asian steamed dumplings. The recipe was given to me by a good friend who is a chef at Benihana. You can use ground pork, ground shrimp, or ground turkey with great success. I have posted the recipe using ground pork because that is the typical mixture most people are accustomed to... but shrimp is a great indulgence and ground turkey is what I usually use and I love it.

    Recipe #117523

    125 Reviews |  By Bergy

    These pot stickers are 100% better than any you can buy and well worth the extra effort. I like to make them and then freeze them so all you have to do is the final steps just before you serve them. I make them every Christmas to have as a quick appetizer. One review commented that she had trouble with them sticking together when she defrosted them - I have not had this happen however to be sure it doesn't happen to you defrost them separated. I have also fried them directly from the freezer. They only take a few seconds more to cook.

    Recipe #13320

    I like this recipe because it uses already prepared ingredients found in your produce department with the packaged salad greens. Great egg rolls without all the work for those after work meals. (of which I need often) Leave the chicken out for vegetarian egg rolls or substitute shrimp for seafood eggrolls. Keep the oil hot and fry quickly to keep egg rolls from becoming greasy. They only need to brown and crisp, not cook. Frying only 3 or 4 at a time while rolling the others will make it easier to keep track of both the rolling and frying at the same time (unless you have a helper in your kitchen to do one or the other). Serve with my easy sweet and sour dipping sauce (recipe #112947) for a real taste treat. Since preparation (rolling) and cook time can be done at the same time, times are approximate. Recipe came from my friend and co-worker, Teri. Thank you Teri!

    Recipe #113223

    I want to try this out when I try the Thai Coconut Soup (which I'll post a little later).

    Recipe #290273

    These are my shrimp egg rolls. They might not be the most traditional egg roll, but this is the way I enjoy making them. Recipe can be doubled easily. They can be made with other meats, or without meat at all!

    Recipe #66138

    I use this on crab rangoon, chicken fingers, spare ribs, egg rolls, marinated chicken wings, beef teriyaki, chicken teriyaki, and of course rice.

    Recipe #270395

    This delicious rice dish, created by my son, goes great with many Asian inspired dishes. I especially like it with my recipe for Recipe #319003. You can cut the recipe in half for 2 people without any problems. I have made this for 2 people and use 1 tsp. chili paste. It is spicy, but not "Real Hot". This rice has lots of flavor! I served with Sweet Soy Sauce Drizzled over the top of the rice as shown in my picture. Preparation time DOES NOT include time to cook rice.

    Recipe #318992

    This came from a dear Japanese friend of mine who was also my daughter's piano teacher when we lived in Japan. A lot of times I will make this recipe with leftover meat. :) Do not let the oyster sauce scare you. :) It can be found in the Asian part of most grocery stores.

    Recipe #260870

    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

    My friends mom is Chinese and living in Hong Kong, and she sent my friend this family recipe, at my request, because I couldn't find a good one on the internet, and I asked him if his mom had a special recipe. If you love Lo Mein and want to make an authentic Chinese recipe for it, then this is it! You can find the noodles in your neighborhood Asian Market and maybe in the International section of your local supermarket. If you can't find fresh (chinese) noodles, then use the dry noodles. Rice wine should not be confused with sake, although sake is certainly rice wine. The two are made very differently, and the recipe below is for rice wine NOT Sake. You may substitute Mirin, which is a Japanese sweet cooking wine. You can change this up and make Shrimp, Chicken, or Beef Lo Mein by using either fresh whole shrimp, fresh chicken pieces or beef strips in place of the tenderloin. Cooking time includes marinating time. To poster Chef #868046, I am not sure what you mean when you say this isn't "authentic", because in my eyes it definately is. Furthermore, if you knew green peppers weren't "authentic" then why did you put them in your dish? Also, if you thought this recipe wasn't "authentic", and knew what the ingredients were supposed to be, why did you bother to make my recipe? I would have asked you in an email, but your not accepting mail, and since you just joined yesterday and this was your first review, I am assuming your not really interested in what I have to say anyway :) But I feel better after having said it, and with that said, those that try it, I hope you enjoy it as much as I do!!!

    Recipe #284271

    A staple of Chinese restaurants. This is one of the more popular dishes we serve at my parents' restaurant.

    Recipe #192408

    This is an excellent recipe! Such a flavourful way to prepare chicken. Great with rice or noodles!

    Recipe #123229

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