Sorted chefs Ben and James go head to head in the first Ultimate Battle of 2020 with the challenge of making a Chinese-inspired dish using oyster sauce. Which chef do you think won the battle?! Comment below!
How to make authentic chicken teriyaki.
Perfect Sesame Chicken Recipe If you want the perfect sesame chicken recipe this is it! You may want to increase the vinegar or lower the amount of sugar. It all depends on how sweet you want the sauce. Ingredients 2 tablespoons all-purpose flour 2 tablespoons cornstarch ¼ teaspoon baking soda ¼ teaspoon baking powder 2 […]
What Is Taiwanese Pork Paper And How To Make This Delicious Snack? A couple years ago, I visited Taipei and came across a delicious Taiwanese snack at their famous Shilin Night Market. It was offered free samples by a little stand in the middle of the bustling market, so I obliged by sampling all the […]
Chef John’s Paper Pork Shoulder “This ‘paper pork’ was inspired by a technique for smoking beef brisket that involves wrapping the meat in parchment paper after a certain point in the cooking process, in an effort to keep the meat moist and succulent. I decided to try it for an oven-roasted pork shoulder, wrapping it […]
CHINESE SESAME CHICKEN RECIPE Crispy Sesame Chicken is easy to make with super crispy batter and delicious sesame sauce you’ll skip the takeout and done in just 30 minutes! Yield: 6 servings Prep Time: 15 minutes Cook Time: 15 minutes Total Time: 30 minutes Author: Sabrina Snyder INGREDIENTS SESAME CHICKEN SAUCE INGREDIENTS: 1/4 cup soy sauce 1/4 cup rice vinegar 1/2 cup brown sugar 1 tablespoon corn starch 1/3 cup water 2 teaspoons sesame oil 1/2 tablespoon sesame seeds TEMPURA […]
This Just Might Be The Result Of When Shaolin Monks get normal jobs.. View this post on Instagram Not your average restaurant staffs A post shared by China Insider (@chinainsider) on May 29, 2019 at 1:12am PDT
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10 Hilarious Knock Off Fast Food Chains Only In China You might want to grab your “Stars & Bucks” coffee for this one, it’s going to be an interesting ride. China’s copycat culture is well known and it’s no secret that they are good at replicating stuff. Some knockoffs are very good and at first […]
Marco is a master of a dying art—kneading the dough for bamboo noodles with a bamboo pole. If you walk by his family’s Kwan Kee Bamboo Noodle shop in Hong Kong, you might see him at work, bouncing up and down like a seesaw as he pounds the dough. It’s physically tiring, but Marco says […]
Jackson Wang Learns How To Make Dumplings Jackson Wang is throwing a dinner party to celebrate the end of Chinese New Year. There’s just one problem: Who’s bringing the dumplings? As an international singer, rapper, and dancer, Jackson doesn’t get to do much cooking on the road, so he’s enlisting the help of dumpling masters […]
China has some of the strangest and most dangerous foods on the planet. Here are ten most dangerous Chinese foods you should never eat.
The only thing that surprised it how clean the machines were. Lol If you ever look at the other videos about food processing the machines are not even close!
McDonald’s Next is a concept restaurant McDonald’s created in Hong Kong. It’s known as “the fanciest McDonald’s in the world” and serves custom gourmet burgers along with decadent desserts like mousse cakes. From an open kitchen to sophisticated hand-washing stations, McDonald’s Next is very different from its US counterparts.
Cantonese Chefs Make Bamboo Noodles Jook-sing noodles are flattened by bouncing on a bamboo pole. Find these bouncing noodles in Hong Kong. Because it’s so labor intensive, making them in Cantonese tradition is slowly dying off.
Clear Jelly Noodles Are A Popular Chinese Street Food ShangXin LiangFen or Sad Jelly Noodles are a popular Chinese dish that can be found in Yun London. These transparent noodles are made with green bean jelly starch and served with extra spicy sauce.