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    This is the way my mom taught me to make sweet and sour pork Taiwan style, it's the real Asian thing (not the 'Americanized' version). At home we call it the 12345 sweet n' sour pork because that's the proportions of the sauce you cook it in :). When I make it I always leave out the rice wine because I never have it at home, but it tastes just about as good! This is good for large groups, as it is easy to double/triple and is great on steamed rice!

    Recipe #366774

    if you've ever been to Taiwan, you've prob. had this at one point! if not, you're missing out! these are the approximate measurements i use, add more or less soy sauce to get your desired saltiness. sweet potato starch is used to coat the chicken to achieve the "street stall chicken" texture, if you cant find it you can use corn or potato starch but the texture will be different

    Recipe #366659

    This is a typical North-Eastern Chinese Dish, and has been my favorite ever since i came to study in Beijing 4 years ago. the Chinese name of this dish literally translated is earth three fresh (or three fresh produces of the earth) including eggplants, potatoes and green bell peppers. quick and easy to throw together, I like it with fried rice. Note: i timed myself when making this dish tonight and found that it took longer than i thought, esp if you make more or cut the pieces bigger, anyway cook the veggies to your desired tenderness, i like them extra soft

    Recipe #374971


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