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Top 10 Chinese Recipes on the Chinese Food Website


Here are the top ten recipes for the week ending February 6th, 2011.

1. Egg Rolls

In this video, Chef Roble Ali shows how to make vegetable egg rolls with a filling that includes scallions (spring onions, green onions), carrots, cabbage and healthy Shiitake mushrooms.

2. Chicken Fried Rice

Chicken Fried Rice
Rhonda Parkinson
Here’s a great way to use up leftovers. This easy fried rice recipe is seasoned with oyster sauce.

4. Chow Mein

Classic comfort food – feel free to substitute shrimp or pork for the chicken.

5. Hot and Sour Soup

Hot and Sour Soup
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The popular Szechuan soup, made with dried black mushrooms and black fungus.

6. Jiaozi Dumplings

Chinese dumplings (Jiaozi)
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These dumplings are one of the “lucky” foods served during Chinese New Year – the crescent-shaped dumplings with pleated edges are thought to resemble ancient Chinese money. In northern China, families have jiaozi-making parties on Chinese New Year’s Eve.

7. Fortune Cookies

Fortune Cookie
Rhonda Parkinson
Virtually unknown in China, but lots of fun to open and read your fortune! Fortune cookies are not the easiest cookie to make, so you’ll want to check out my tips http://chinesefood.about.com/od/desserts/tp/fortunecookies.htm

8. Egg Drop Soup

Egg Flower Soup
Rhonda Parkinson
A basic recipe with some suggestions for variations.

9. Sweet and Sour Pork

Sweet and Sour Pork
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The battered pork is deep-fried twice to make it extra crispy.

10. Potstickers

Rhonda Parkinson
It's a shame that potstickers aren't this popular all year long, since they’re one of the easiest Chinese dumplings to make.
While potstickers can be made with store-bought potsticker or gyoza wrappers, this recipe includes instructions for making potsticker dough and includes a dipping sauce.

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