Chinese Recipes File
My file of over five hundred Chinese recipes, organized alphabetically, by type of food, by course and by regional cuisine. Updated regularly.
Top Forty Chinese Recipes
Find out which recipes in my site were the most popular each week.
Chinese Recipes A - Z
An alphabetical list of all my Chinese recipes.
Chinese Recipes by Ingredient
Chinese recipes categorized by the type of main ingredient, from beef or poultry to vegetables and tofu. Here are a few examples:
Here you'll find Chinese shellfish and fish recipes, include shrimp with lobster sauce, hot and sour squid, and several fish stir-fries.
Vegetable Recipes -
Chinese recipes using Asian and western vegetables, along with information on vegetables used in Chinese cooking. Includes, soups, stir-fries, fried rice and other recipes using vegetables.
Chinese Recipes by Main Cooking Method
Stir-frying may be the most popular Chinese cooking technique, but it isn't the only one. Here is my collection of Chinese recipes, categorized by type of cooking technique.
Chinese Recipes by Meal and Course
Need to find a favorite breakfast, dessert, or main meal dish quickly? Here the recipes are categorized by the meal or course in which it is typically served.
Top 10 Recipe Lists
Top 10 Stir-fry Recipes
Here are the ten most popular recipes on my site in which stir-frying is the main cooking technique.
Top Chinese Spring Recipes
From Asparagus Salad to Strawberry Chicken Stir-fry.
Top Summer Recipes and Features
- try a bubble tea recipe and find out which traditional Chinese holiday is celebrated in the hot summer months.
Top Fall Recipes
Recipes to celebrate the fall harvest.
Top Chinese Winter Recipes
Comfort food for the cold winter months.
Top Superbowl Recipes
Here are my top 10 appetizers to serve for the Superbowl.
And a bit more...
A growing number of recipes in my Chinese recipes file include a nutritional breakdown, including calorie count and sodium and fat content.
Fried Rice Contest Winners!
Winning recipes (with photos) from the 2001 Chen Fu Ji Fried Rice Classic. The judging panel included celebrity chef Martin Yan.