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Chinese Traditional Food -- Jiaozi

Chinese Traditional Food — Jiaozi

Monday, January 12, 2009 12:56

The Jiaozi is the traditional food well received by Chinese people. It is a kind of very yummy food. The Jiaozi is the essential food in Chinese New Year. Ingredients: 1 pound flour 10 ounce pork 1/2 pound Chinese cabbage, finely chopped, mixed ...

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Chinese Traditional Food -- Yuanxiao

Chinese Traditional Food — Yuanxiao

Sunday, January 11, 2009 10:18

Yuanxiao is also named as Tangyuan, rice glue ball, sweet soup balls or rice ball. It is a traditional food for the Lantern Festival on the fifteenth day of the first Chinese lunar month, which is generally considered the ...

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Chinese Traditional Food -- Rice Cake

Chinese Traditional Food — Rice Cake

Friday, January 9, 2009 10:28

While northerners eat Jiaozi to celebrate the Chinese New Year, people in the South cannot do without Rice Cake (Niangao), because its pronunciation can be interpreted as "Life improves with each passing year" They believe that eating Rice Cake ...

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Chinese Traditional Food -- Laba Porridge

Chinese Traditional Food — Laba Porridge

Thursday, January 8, 2009 17:40

Laba Porridge (rice porridge with nuts and dried fruit etc) is an important part of traditional Chinese food, and there are numerous kinds in various regions of China. Laba Porridge is known to every Chinese, as it marks a ...

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Chinese Traditional Food -- Zongzi

Chinese Traditional Food — Zongzi

Wednesday, January 7, 2009 15:16

Zongzi (a pyramid-shaped dumpling made of glutinous rice wrapped in bamboo or reed leaves) Zongzi is a traditional Chinese food similar to tamale. It is a special treat for the Duanwu Festival or Loong Boat Festival. Ingredients: 1 pound glutinous rice 1/2 pound ...

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Chinese Traditional Food -- Moon Cake

Chinese Traditional Food — Moon Cake

Tuesday, January 6, 2009 18:12

Moon cakes, shaped like the full moon, are traditional Chinese snacks for the Mid-autumn Festival, which takes place on the fifteenth day of the eighth Chinese lunar month (near the beginning of October), when the moon looks the brightest. ...

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Chinese Traditional Food -- Shaobing

Chinese Traditional Food — Shaobing

Monday, January 5, 2009 21:56

Shaobing (Baked Crispy Sesame Cake) is one of the numerous cake snacks eaten for Chinese breakfast. Shaobing is as popular as American muffin or biscuit in China. Ingredients: 1 pound self-rising flour 1 cup lukewarm water 2 ounce peanut butter 1 ounce sesame 4 tablespoon ...

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Chinese Traditional Food -- Spiced Beef

Chinese Traditional Food — Spiced Beef

Monday, January 5, 2009 17:34

The Spiced Beef cooking technique described in this recipe is peculiar to the Chinese. The cooked beef, cooled and sliced, is a favorite Chinese cold dish. Ingredients: 1 pound beef pinch powdered chicken bouillon few drops of sesame oil 1 teaspoon salt Wet ingredients: 1/2 ...

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Chinese Caramel Pork

Chinese Caramel Pork

Thursday, January 1, 2009 15:09

The Chinese caramel pork, known as "Braised Pork in Brown Sauce" too, which subtly combines the sweet flavors of caramel and salty soy sauce. Ingredients: 600g pork 2 onions 1 clove garlic 1 lemon 8 tablespoons soy sauce 2 teaspoons pepper 2 tablespoons wine 1 / 2 cup ...

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Yummy Chinese Slobber Chicken

Sunday, December 28, 2008 16:49

This is a Chinese style food. Seeing the above picture, probably you have already slavered. So it is named Slobber Chicken. In fact, its making is very simple: Ingredients: Half a chicken 1 tablespoon Chinese red pepper 1 tablespoon soy sauce 1 tablespoon sugar 1 tablespoon sesame ...

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