Here are some quick and easy variations on well-known Chinese dishes:
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Tasty potstickers are the easiest Chinese dumpling to make. This recipe has been reader-rated at 5 out of 5 stars and includes an easy dipping sauce.
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An easy variation of the popular restaurant recipe beef lo mein, made with Ramen noodles.
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Sweet and Sour Pork Chops
Pork chops are paired with stir-fried vegetables in a tangy sweet and sour sauce.Continue to 5 of 10 below.
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Kung Pao chicken is often served during the Chinese New Year season. This stir-fry recipe has a little less heat than what is found in many restaurant versions of Kung Pao Chicken, making it easier to pair with wine, beer, or spirits. It includes a nutritional breakdown.
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Canned pineapple chunks and cooked shrimp give this dish the flavor of classical pineapple fried rice without the work.
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This spicy Szechuan chicken recipe gets its heat from Tabasco sauce, cayenne pepper, and crushed chilies. Parboiling or "oil poaching" the chicken in hot oil helps make it extra tender.
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Cold noodles are topped with a tart dressing made with balsamic vinegar and hot chili oil (available in Asian markets).Continue to 9 of 10 below.
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The Chinese believe three is a lucky number.
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