Welcome to my site about modern Chinese cooking – including street food, family recipes, and restaurant dishes. I take a less labor intensive approach while maintaining the taste and look of the dish. I am originally from Beijing, and now cook from my New York kitchen.
When it comes to dim sum, you might associate the word with Cantonese char siu bao and har gow. Here, you will find a broader array of dishes including noodles, dumplings, and buns from other parts of China. Start with the most popular recipes – Char Siu Pork, Scallion Pancakes, and Dan Dan Noodles.
This 157-page e-cookbook includes 9 Classic Chinese sauces and 41 easy recipes. It guides you through the basic Chinese ingredients, cooking equipment, and stir fry workflow, to help you cook Chinese food like a pro!
Learn more about the ingredients used in Chinese cooking, how to store and cook with them, where to buy, and related recipes. You only need a handful of ingredients to get started, and you can find most of them online.