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Chinese Green Beans

Delicious and spicy green beans, just like your favorite Chinese restaurant. Be careful with the sesame oil, or it can overpower your beans. Prep time includes steaming the beans.
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Unfried Chinese  Rice

Unfried Chinese Rice

I love Chinese rice and this is sooooo goood without all the oil.
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Chinese Quick Pickled Radish Salad With Garlic

Chinese Quick Pickled Radish Salad With Garlic

A fabulous way of adding a bit of colour along with a crisp texture in Chinese cooking; this can be made just before you are ready to serve an Oriental meal, and is one of the nicest ways I know of dressing up the humble radish! You can use red radishes, Chinese white radish - Mooli or even black radishes for this quick pickle. Serve it as an accompaniment for most Chinese or Asian meals. Make sure that whatever type of radishes you use, are fresh, firm and crisp. I prefer the red radishes for colour, but any of the radishes I have suggested work well in this simple pickle. The quantities listed below, will serve about 4 people as a generous condiment.
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Chinese Restaurant Fried Rice

Chinese fried rice that tastes just like in the Chinese restaurants. I have tried many recipes and was never able to make it taste like in the restaurants until I met someone who was a chef in a Chinese restaurant and let me in on the secrets.
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Chinese Sweet and Sour Sauce

When dining at a "family-style" Chinese restaurant in San Francisco's China Town, I tasted the absolute BEST Sweet and Sour sauce. After many attempts to re-create that special taste, I finally captured it! This can be used for Sweet and Sour chicken, pork or shrimp. It is also a good dipping sauce for Wontons. It has a very festive red-orange color.
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Authentic Chinese Fried Rice

Authentic Chinese Fried Rice

I know...you say another fried rice recipe. No matter how many recipes you come across here at Zaar, this one is the best, I assure you. What makes it the best, you ask? That it is EXACTLY down to the peas and carrots what you get at the China Buffet. It looks like it, smells like it, and best of all, tastes like it because a little old Chinese lady gave me the recipe and actually showed me in her kitchen how to do it. I will say that the amount of soy sauce, peas, carrots, and onion is to your liking, but this is my favorite way to fix it. A note about soy sauce: there are imitation soy sauces on the market. YES, that's what I said, believe it or not. Alton Brown, my fave chef, brought it to my attention on his show, GOOD EATS, and I went directly to the fridge and I had the fake stuff. I tossed it IMMEDIATELY! The real stuff is actually brewed soy beans and the fake stuff is some kinda vegetable protein and caramel color junk. The cheap stuff is usually the real stuff. Get that, or when you add heat, the cheap stuff loses it's flavor.
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Almond Roasted Duck With Chinese Spices

This simple preparation has many of the complex spices of a classically prepared Chinese duck, but it takes little preparation or special skills.
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Weight Watchers Stir Fried Chinese Vegetables

Weight Watchers Stir Fried Chinese Vegetables

This homemade version of the Chinese restaurant classic, Buddha's Delight, is a nutrient powerhouse. Serve it over brown rice (3/4 cup cooked brown rice = 3 points) and you'll boost the fiber content. If you're really hungry, have 2 servings (only 1 point per serving) over brown rice = 5 total points and soooooo good! I've had this 3 times this week! Mix things up, if you like a little heat, sprinkle some red pepper flakes in the sauce before cooking; add chopped onion if you like, etc. I omitted the ginger, only because of personal preference.
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Blanched Gai Lan With Oyster Sauce (Chinese Broccoli)

Blanched Gai Lan With Oyster Sauce (Chinese Broccoli)

Gai lan is Chinese broccoli. I first had this when we went out for Dim Sum. The stalks are crisp the dressing is salty, sweet and rich.
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chili - best - lasagna - borscht - onion soup - meatball - gumbo - stroganoff - tamale pie - pumpkin pie

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