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Congee, one type of rice porridge is one of the most popular staple food in lots of Asian countries, sometimes also served as breakfast. Congee can directly be served as a meal with other stir-fry dishes in summer days. We usually eat congee across the summer. But sometimes we add other grains and beans, like...

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Fiery cold sesame noodle is a great main dish in summer.  In China, noodles are served as breakfast or sometimes along with a meal with congee. The most famous and popular cold noodle in China is Sichuan style mala noodles. In that version,  only a small amount of sesame paste is added, just for flavoring,...

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Chinese style deep fried salt and pepper shrimp is a great appetizer or snack with excellent crispy shell and tender inside. In Sichuan province, we are using the mixed salt and Szechuan peppercorn (花椒) as the main flavor of a series of dishes including salt and pepper small potato, salt and pepper mushroom, salt and pepper...

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Easy Chinese style cabbage stir fry with garlic, green onion, ginger, dried pepper and Sichuan peppercorns. This is one of the most common easy stir fry dish on my table- Chinese style spicy and sour cabbage stir fry.  The Chinese name for this easy cabbage stir fry dish is hand torn cabbage (手撕包菜). You many...

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Szechuan style cold noodle (Vegan version) is known as Szechuan Liangmian. With a long history, it is been known as one of most famous Szechuan street snack. Generally, this can be known as a simplified and cold version of Dan Dan Noodles. However it will never disappoint you by the taste.   In China, almost...

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Learn how to make authentic Chinese chili oil from whole dried red pepper and crushed red pepper flakes. This method produces a dark right color but the strongest aroma so it is extremely popular in Szechuan restaurants. In different Chinese cuisine especially Sichuan cuisine, condiments and seasonings are quite important. Since chili pepper and Sichuan peppercorn...

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Healthy and summer friendly pork and corn soup. Before moving to Guangdong province, I have never thought that slight sweet soup can be so delicious.  We usually cook soups with churchy but less flavored root vegetables like white radish and lotus root in my hometown. Sweet ingredients include corn, red dates, dried longan are usually...

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Sichuan fried crispy pork is an underrated Sichuan dish. It is extremely popular in Sichuan kitchens especially for birthday parties and other meeting together meals. With very basic ingredients, fried pork creates aromatic crispy shell and tender meat inside. The most popular way of serving this is to eat directly with dry mix. Crispy pork...

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Egg drop soup, possibly the most popular home style soup can be made with lots of various versions. If you have a pre-made chicken stock, then you can make one pot of yummy egg drop soup directly only with several other seasonings. But egg drop soup can be made with water instead of stock. Successful...

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This sticky rice flour ball or Nuomici (糯米糍)is  a famous Chinese pastry which is quite popular in Guangdong province and Hong Kong. Sometimes, we call them coconut rice ball or coconut mochi. In summer days, cold drinks and pastries are always popular since they can help us to cool down. Keep those little coconut cake...

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