Mouthwatering Chinese Dishes.
By: Suman Pant
A famous Chinese delicacy, Peking Duck is a succulent roasted duck with crispy skin, usually served with thin pancakes, scallions, cucumber, and hoisin sauce.
Kung Pao Chicken:
A flavorful stir-fry dish made with diced chicken, peanuts, vegetables, and a spicy-sweet sauce.
Dim Sum refers to a wide variety of bite-sized dishes, including dumplings, buns, rolls, and small plates, often served in steamer baskets.
A Sichuan specialty, Mapo Tofu is a spicy and savory dish made with soft tofu, minced pork, and a rich chili bean paste sauce.
Crispy and delicious, Spring Rolls are thin pastry rolls filled with vegetables, meat, or shrimp, and then deep-fried to perfection.
Chow Mein is a classic Chinese stir-fry dish featuring noodles, meat (chicken, beef, or pork), and a medley of vegetables in a savory sauce.
A communal dining experience, Hot Pot involves cooking a variety of thinly sliced meats, seafood, and vegetables in a simmering broth at the table.
Sweet and Sour Pork:
A popular Chinese-American dish, Sweet and Sour Pork features deep-fried pork pieces coated in a tangy, sweet sauce with bell peppers, onions, and pineapple.
Ma Jiang Mian (Sesame Noodles):
A simple yet flavorful dish, Ma Jiang Mian consists of noodles tossed in a savory sesame sauce, often topped with cucumber or shredded chicken.
Sichuan Hot Pot:
Different from the regular hot pot, Sichuan Hot Pot is known for its spicy and numbing broth, seasoned with Sichuan peppercorns and chili peppers.