Healthy Cooking

Two Healthy Chinese Recipes

Chinese cooking has healthy, well balanced recipes that can very well fit in almost any dietary regiment. Today, I […]

Fortunate Lemon Chicken

This is a delicious chicken meal for you to prepare at home. The lemon sauce is fresh and tangy […]

Chinese Recipes

Szechwan Cuisine

The cuisine of the Western region of China is well-known for its spiciness, but many Western palates overlook the […]

Easy Chinese Recipes

You’ll find that there are a lot of things that you have to do in a day. You don’t […]

Chinese Recipes and Chinese Food Cookbook

Chinese Cooking

Regional Cuisine of China Szechuan Style

The Szechuan style of cuisine arose from a culturally distinct area in the central western of part of China, a province known as Sichuan. This area of China came into its own culturally towards the end of the Shang Dynasty, during the 15th century. However, it was also the climate of the area that helped to shape the culinary traditions that were to arise from Sichuan province and make their way into the realm of international cuisine. The province from which the cuisine that the world knows […]

Regional Cuisine: Hunan Cuisine

Hunan cuisine shares many commonalities with its close, more well-known cousin, Szechwan cooking, Both cuisines originate in the Western region of China. The climate there is sub-tropical – humid and warm enough to encourage the use of fiery spices to help cool the body, and to require high spicing of food as a preservative. With similar climate, the two regions also share many ingredients – rice is a major staple in both diets, and chili peppers are an important part of most dishes. The two styles of […]

Chinese Recipes

When it comes to Chinese recipes, you’ll find that there are some of the most interesting recipes that you will ever try. You’ll also find that there are many recipes that are appropriate as a snack or some that are appropriate as a main course. You’ll need to keep in mind that these recipes will be able to come together quickly too. You will find that there are thousands of recipes that you can use and there are even more cookbooks on the market. You’ll need to […]

A Beginners Guide To Chinese Cookery

When I first ate Chinese food in the UK in the 1970s, it was really quite unappealing. Everything came in a gloopy sauce and seemed to taste the same, due to the overuse of monosodium glutamate, supposedly a flavour enhancer but in reality, nothing of the kind. Then in the 1980s a new breed of Chinese restaurant arrived (at least it took that long to reach the provinces) which provided lighter, tastier Chinese cooking demonstrating regional differences. There was one drawback, however, which was that this new […]