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By SpiceBunny on November 18, 2013
"A Cantonese chef -- my roommate-- gave me this recipe that I translated into English. It's pan-fried egg noodles (crispy brown in places) topped with a mix of vegetables and seafood in a light white sauce. Very nice."
Prep Time: 40 mins
Total Time: 1 hrs 10 mins
By piglips on July 27, 2010
By Deb's Recipes on April 6, 2006
"This delicious fried rice is a nice change of pace for leftover meat and veggies. It's good made with your choice of ham, pork, or grilled chicken. I like to put the rice together early in the day then simply reheat it at suppertime. It's already-tasty flavor seems to only improve with time!"
Prep Time: 10 mins
Total Time: 20 mins
By WaterMelon on April 3, 2005
"I have not tried this recipe yet, but hopefully will make this soon as I love Char Siew Sow! Recipe found on internet - Jo's Bakery. Prep time includes 30mins chilling time for the dough. NOTE - this recipe is not really authentic as the fat used in traditional Chinese pastry is usually lard instead of butter."
Ingredients: cornstarch, custard powder...
Prep Time: 1 hrs 30 mins
Total Time: 1 hrs 50 mins
By currybunny on July 7, 2006
"This NEVER goes wrong, is quick, easy and healthy. On the table in 15 minutes. Even my conservative and fussy 16 yr old brother in law loves it. Flavour is amazing! (am drooling just writing the recipe!) Just wanted to mention that the chilli powder used is Australian chilli powder (ie hot stuff) not the milder variety used in making US/Mexican chilies!!..."
Ingredients: cornflour, hokkien noodles...
Prep Time: 5 mins
Total Time: 15 mins
By Rinshinomori on October 2, 2009
"Very quick and delicious preparation for gai lan or kai lan. Gai lan is sometimes referred to as Chinese broccoli. The stalks are thinner than regular broccoli and as a bonus you also get to eat beautiful yellow gai lan flowers that are often bundled together. This dish is often served at dim sum restaurants. Cooking time is very, very quick and..."
Ingredients: fresh ginger, gai lan...
Prep Time: 0 mins
Total Time: 8 mins
By Sue Lau on August 5, 2013
"A take-off of the well known Cantonese egg fu yung and local to the St. Louis area, this can now be found nationwide, in the local chop suey houses and Chinese express type restaurants. Surprisingly, the sandwich has nothing to do with St. Paul and why the sandwich is named that is unclear. But for anyone growing up in the St. Louis area might find..."
Ingredients: cooking oil, cornstarch...
Prep Time: 10 mins
Total Time: 35 mins