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    The Shanghai Style Vegetable Rice originally was just the dish for low paid male workers around the Shanghai area. Wife at home used the left over Pak Choi, add some oil and combined with the rice, to make the traditional vegetable rice for their hard working husband. Gradually, this dish is widely spread and become one of the signature dish in Shanghai Cuisine. The dish is very simple and delicious. You can also use your own creativity to make the one and only Shanghai Vegetable Rice.

    Recipe #484681

    Duck Confit is a French dish made with the duck leg which preserved in natural duck fat. Confit is a term for various kinds of food that have been immersed in a substance for both flavour and preservation. Sealed and stored in a cool place, confit can last for several months to an year. Confit is one of the oldest ways to preserve food, and is a speciality of southwestern France.

    Recipe #483533

    An easy but tasty steak recipe for home cooking. Now you don't need to go to the fancy restaurant for steak anymore. Your kitchen can simply make the wonderful steak that will blow your mind!

    Recipe #483507

    Sichuan Province of China is one of the largest province in China, and the home of most savory and spicy food in the world. The most famous Sichuan dish is probably Mapo Tofu, a bold, spicy, and distinctive tofu cuisine. The Sichuan cuisine is famous for its bold combination with Sichuan peppercorn, garlic, peanuts, sesame, ginger, and chili pepper, etc, together they have created more than thousands of delicious dish. But today we are not going to teach you a traditional, super-spicy Sichuan cuisine, but a mild, flavorful spicy orange beef. This special beef cuisine perfectly balance the spicy taste of chili pepper and the sweetness of the orange, making it a different choice for everyone who would like to enjoy the Sichuan style cuisine.

    Recipe #481701


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