Cantonese-Style Pan-Fried Noodles - smokey noodles just like your favorite restaurants and it's a quick 30 minutes to make! That's faster than takeout! #cantonesenoodles #panfriednoodles #chowmein | Littlespicejar.com

Cantonese-Style Pan-Fried Noodles Recipe

Cantonese-Style Pan-Fried Noodles - smokey noodles just like your favorite restaurants and it's a quick 30 minutes to make! That's faster than takeout!

Cantonese Steamed Fish

Cantonese Steamed Fish - A 20 Minute

Cantonese steamed fish is often served as one of the courses in a Chinese banquet. This Cantonese steamed fish uses fish filets for an easy homemade version

Chinese, especially Cantonese cuisine, uses a lot of fruits in savory dishes. It is no wonder then that we even make chicken soup with honeydew, surprise huh? Another fruit that is also commonly used in savory soup is of course apple, and most popular of all would be apple soup …

Chinese, especially Cantonese cuisine, uses a lot of fruits in savory dishes. It is no wonder then that we even make chicken soup with honeydew, surprise huh? Another fruit that is also commonly used

Guandong (Cantonese) cuisine

Cantonese Cuisine is Most Popular Chinese Food Abroad: flavors, condiments and seasonings, cooking methods, popular dishes, and a food menu.

Chinese Turnip Cake 蘿蔔糕

Turnip Cake (Chinese Lo Bak Go)

Chicken Chow Mein is the perfect easy weeknight meal! Best of all, it comes together in under 20 minutes in just one pot! Forget calling restaurant takeout, this recipe is so much better with authentic flavors. Seriously the best!!

Chicken Chow Mein is the perfect easy weeknight meal! Best of all, it comes together in under 20 minutes in just one pot! Forget calling restaurant takeout, this recipe is so much better with authentic flavors. Seriously the best! Weekly meal prep for th

Cantonese-Style Pan-Fried Noodles - smokey noodles just like your favorite restaurants and it's a quick 30 minutes to make! That's faster than takeout! #cantonesenoodles #panfriednoodles #chowmein | Littlespicejar.com

Cantonese-Style Pan-Fried Noodles Recipe

Cantonese-Style Pan-Fried Noodles - smokey noodles just like your favorite restaurants and it's a quick 30 minutes to make! That's faster than takeout!

Cantonese Roasted Pork Belly

Cantonese Roast Pork Belly - A Chinatown Classic

Cantonese Steamed Whole Fish

Steamed Whole Fish

A steamed whole fish is a favorite on any Chinese table. This Cantonese steamed fish recipe with soy, scallion and ginger, and a tutorial on how to serve it at the table

Black sesame soup is a popular Chinese dessert that can be widely found throughout China and Hong Kong. It is generally served hot.    In Cantonese cuisine, it is a form of tong sui, or sweet soup (similar to Western pudding). The main ingredient is crushed black sesame seeds in a flour form. It is boiled, and, sometimes, granulated sugar is added to further sweeten the soup. The soup is perhaps the thickest of all tong sui. Tangyuan is also sometimes added into black sesame soup.

Black sesame soup is a popular Chinese dessert that can be widely found throughout China and Hong Kong. It is generally served hot. In Cantonese cuisine, it is a form of tong sui, or sweet soup (similar to Western pudding). The main ingredient is crushed black sesame seeds in a flour form. It is boiled, and, sometimes, granulated sugar is added to further sweeten the soup. The soup is perhaps the thickest of all tong sui. Tangyuan is also sometimes added into black sesame soup.

Chinese Roast Pork Bun, Cha Shao Bao,  BBQ Pork Bun, however you want to call these little pillows of goodness, is filled with savory mixture of Cantonese roast pork, it's dim sum and Chinese bakery favorite.

Chinese BBQ Pork Buns (Baked Cha Siu Bao)

"Chinese Roast Pork Bun, Cha Shao Bao, BBQ Pork Bun, however you want to call these little pillows of goodness, is filled with savory mixture of Cantonese roast pork.

XO Sauce - Typical ingredients of XO sauce include dried scallop, red chili pepper, Jinhua ham, dried shrimp, garlic and canola oil.[4] Some other recipes also call for salted cured fish and diced onion. Developed in the 1980s in Hong Kong for Cantonese cuisine, XO sauce is made of roughly chopped dried seafoods, including conpoy, dried fish and shrimp, and subsequently cooked with chili peppers, onions, and garlic. This dried seafood-based sauce bears similarity to the Fujianese Shacha…

XO Sauce - Typical ingredients of XO sauce include dried scallop, red chili pepper, Jinhua ham, dried shrimp, garlic and canola oil.[4] Some other recipes also call for salted cured fish and diced onion. Developed in the 1980s in Hong Kong for Cantonese cuisine, XO sauce is made of roughly chopped dried seafoods, including conpoy, dried fish and shrimp, and subsequently cooked with chili peppers, onions, and garlic. This dried seafood-based sauce bears similarity to the Fujianese Shacha…

Fried Salt and Pepper Shrimp. I love this stuff, but I've never been able to fry it with the shell intact because there are no fresh shrimp here. :( You eat the whole thing!

Salt and Pepper Shrimp

This salt and pepper shrimp recipe is a Cantonese dish that can be made at home with just a few ingredients––Sichuan peppercorns, green peppers, and garlic.

Pan-fried Noodles with Chicekn recipe, by the Woks of Life

Chicken Pan-Fried Noodles (Gai See Chow Mein)

Chicken Pan-Fried Noodles (Gai See Chow Mein) is one of our favorite dim sum noodle dishes.Crispy pan fried noodles with a brown chicken sauce is the best!

SOY SAUCE CHICKEN  ==INGREDIENTS==1 whole chicken, about 4lb, 2t oil, 7 slices ginger, 2 scallions, 3 whole star anise, 1 ½c rose-flavored rice wine (mei kwei lu) or shaoxing wine, 1 ½c soy sauce, 1 1/4c dark soy sauce, 1c sugar, plus 2T, 2t salt, 10c water   =================

Soy Sauce Chicken - A Chinatown Classic

Soy Sauce Chicken is a quintessential Chinese favorite, found hanging under heat lamps in many Chinatown restaurant windows. Check out our authentic recipe.

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