In China, the chicken pieces are chopped through the bone for this dish, but if you do not possess a cleaver, use filleted chicken meat.
This quick and healthy dish is stir-fried, which means you need use only the minimum of fat.
This basic stock is used in Chinese cooking not only as the basis for soup-making, but also whenever liquid is required instead of plain water.
These crunchy pastries are rather dry, and are traditionally served with a cup of Chinese tea. TIME: Preparation takes about 25 minutes, resting time for the dough is 30 minutes and cooking takes approximately 20 minutes. VARIATION: Make up the. pastries using different fruit fillings. COOK’S TIP: The cooked dough in this recipe is very […]
Wonton snacks, either sweet or savory, are another popular tea house treat. Made from prepared wonton wrappers and ready-made bean paste, they couldn’t be more simple. VARIATION: Add a small amount of grated ginger to the red bean paste for a slight change in flavor. Wontons may also be sprinkled with sugar instead of honey. […]
Fresh fruit marinated in orange and litchi juice with just a hint of almond. TIME: Preparation takes about 1 hour and the salad should be left to marinate for at least 3 hours. SERVING IDEA: Cut a few fresh mint leaves into thin strips to garnish the fruit salad just before serving. WATCHPOINT: Exotic fruit often […]