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Chicken in Sweet and Sour Sauce

Iogredients: 2 chicken legs. about 11/3 1b ; 1 tbsp shredded ginger; 2 spring onions.shredded;1/2 egg Marinade: Dash of sesame oil and pepper;1/3 tsp salt Thickening: 3 tbsp red vinegar; 3 tbsp water;11/2 tbsp tomato sauce; 21/2 tbsp tomat...

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Chinese medicated diet

Chinese medicated diet is not a simple combination of food and Chinese drugs. but a special highly finished diet made from Chinese drugs. food and condiments under the theoretical guidance of diet preparation based on differentiation of sy...

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Steamed Chicken with Salted Sauce

Ingredients: 1 Chicken.about 3 lb Sauce for soaking chicken: 2 tbsp coarse salt; 3 tbsp light soy sauce;2 tbsp wine;2 slices cinnamon bark;2 slices ginger; 2 spring onions;6 cups water; 1 tbsp chicken powder(optional) Serving sauces: 1) 1...

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Fried Chilli Pork Chops

Ingredients: 2/3 1b pork chops Marinade: 1 tsp wine; 1/2 tsp curry powder; 1/2 tsp dark soy sauce; 1/2 tsp salt; 1/2 tsp sugar; 1/2 tbsp coconut milk or evaporated milk; 1/2 small egg; 1 tbsp mung bean flour Method: 1.Wash. wipe and pound p...

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Tea History

Chinese people are believed to have enjoyed tea drinking for more than 4.000 years. Legend has it that Yan Di. one of three rulers in ancient times. tasted all kinds of herbs to find medical cures. One day.as he was being poisoned by some h...

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Tea Wares

Though not as strict as the tea ceremony in Japan. certain rules govern the Chinese understanding of tea. Take tea wares as an example. Green tea goes with white porcelain or celadon without a cover; scented tea with celadon or blue and wh...

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Tea Classfication

There is no agreement on the classification of tea. Tea can be classified by procedure. quality. preparation methods. and so on. Here tea is classified by the method of processing. Green Tea is the most popular in most places in China. It...

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Tea Culture

The Chinese have a saying: `Firewood. rice. oil. salt. sauce. vinegar and tea are the seven necessities to begin a day.` Though tea is last on the list. we still can see the importance of tea in daily life. A simple meal in Chinese is Cu C...

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Eight Regional Variations

Chinese cuisine has a number of different genres. but the most influential and typical known by the public are the `Eight Cuisines`. These are as follows: Shangdong Cuisine. Sichuan Cuisine. Guangdong Cuisine. Fujian Cuisine . Jiangsu Cuis...

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How to Select Excellent Tea

There are four basic steps to selecting quality tea. 1. Observe. Good or fresh tea has a green luster in a tight shape. but poor tea is loose and dull. The leaves should be dry enough to make a rustling noise in the palm. 2. Smell. The fra...

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