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The red glutinous rice wine chicken mee sua (红糟鸡面线) is a traditional Foo Chow (福州) dish that is typically served during Chinese New Year or birthdays. It’s made with red glutinous rice wine, chicken, ginger, sesame oil and served with mee sua.
Lo Mai Gai (糯米鸡) or glutinous rice chicken is a well-loved classic dim sum dish served in Cantonese dim sum restaurants during yum cha. It’s a delicious savoury bowl of tender sticky rice steamed with chicken, mushrooms, Chinese sausage, and sometimes salted egg yolk.
Learn the 12 super easy failproof methods on how to wrap Chinese dumplings using store bought dumpling wrappers.
These Chinese Potsticker Dumplings are the ultimate comfort food! They are easy and fun to make, quick to cook and delicious as the main or side snack.
Tang yuan or Chinese Sweet Glutinous Rice Balls 汤圆 is an auspicious food served during the major Chinese festivals. In this recipe, learn how to make the peanut and black sesame filling, the multi-coloured tang yuan, and the osmanthus goji tea broth.
Replicating the popular Din Tai Fung spicy cucumber salad, it’s simple yet full of that sweet spicy tangy flavours that’s perfect as a starter or pairing with beer.
These pumpkin ang ku kueh filled with chestnut paste has a mild earthy sweet aroma and makes a perfect gluten-free, refined sugar-free, vegan-friendly snack.