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8 Ways to Cook Tofu

Tofu is very versatile - it can be stir-fried, steamed or even baked. These recipes show you how.

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Moo Shu Chicken Wraps

Monday April 14, 2014

Tortilla wraps, coleslaw mix and chicken take the place of pork and pancakes in this quick and easy variation on traditional Mu Shu Pork. It's a good choice for busy weeknights or when you're planning a picnic or other gathering and want a meal that's easy to transport. Leftovers taste great for lunch the next day. Moo Shu Chicken Wraps Recipe.
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Singapore Noodles

Saturday April 12, 2014

Despite its name, this popular, easy to make dish with stir-fried vermicelli noodles seasoned with curry powder probably originated in Hong Kong. Singapore Noodles Recipe

Chinese Curry Shrimp for Two

Thursday April 10, 2014

When preparing this simple but tasty dish I try to vary the vegetables each time, depending on what is at hand. Sometimes I add carrots; other times I add strips of green, red and orange bell peppers (shown in the photo) for extra color. Serve Curry Shrimp with plain hot cooked rice or steamed scented rice for a complete meal for two.

Curry Shrimp photo copyright 2006 by Rhonda Parkinson, licensed to About.com, Inc.

Shrimp With Spicy Chinese Greens

Wednesday April 9, 2014

Shrimp With Spicy Chinese GreensThe Chinese greens are bok choy, the most popular vegetable in Chinese cooking. Like other dark green leafy vegetables, bok choy has numerous nutritional benefits: in addition to being a good source of calcium and iron it is high in Vitamins A and C. Better still, it is low in carbs, fat and calories. Serve Shrimp With Spicy Chinese Greens over cooked rice for a complete meal.

Shrimp With Spicy Chinese Greens photo, Copyright 2009 by Rhonda Parkinson, licensed to About.com, Inc

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