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7 Chinese Family Recipes

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March 21, 2016 / Chinese / By
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Everybody knows that vegetables, seasonings and rice are the most used ingredients in Chinese recipes, but did you know that dairy is almost never used? Chinese cuisine evolved during time, differs from region to region but it also includes techniques from other Asian cultures. And this fascinating mix makes the Chinese food a great choice when you crave Asian dishes.

Stop ordering takeaway food and try these amazing Chinese family recipes that have been passed down to foodies through generations.

 

Savoury Radish Cake Recipe - A Family Classic (Chai Tow Kway) from Dinh

This is a versatile dish that Dinh grew up with and that can be served for breakfast, lunch, dinner or when you are in the mood for some great comfort food with Chinese flavors.

 

Jiaozi from The Woks Of Life

Since she was a little girl, Sarah remembers trying to fold these Chinese dumplings in her grandma’s kitchen. You can choose jiaozi when you’re looking for a new quick meal, an appetizer or even a snack!

 

Kung Pao (Gong Bao) Shrimp from Chinese Grandma

Here’s another great and ingenious family recipe that we love! We made it last night and we’ll definitely gonna make it again! Why shrimp and not chicken? Because shrimp doesn’t need to be marinated first.

 

Chinese Stir Fried Sticky Rice Cakes (Nian Gao) from Steamy Kitchen

Jaden’s mom made this recipe and the whole family loved it! “Nian Gao is normally eaten for Chinese New Year, as it signifies good fortune for the coming year.”

 

Red Bean Paste from The Hong Kong Cookery

 

This is a great sweet pastry and dumpling filling that tastes ah-mazing! And everyone knows that nothing beats grandma’s recipe!

 

Chinese Mango Pudding from China Sichuan Food

 

Chinese families have many ways to make this amazing sweet and fresh dessert. This is one of them.

 

Mui Choy with Pork Belly from Dreamersloft

 

Another childhood favorite - Mui Choy with Pork Belly. We made this Chinese recipe and it was delish!

 

The Family Recipes Movement is our latest food campaign and it’s aiming to “Inspire people to start pro-actively preserving their family recipes and food traditions!” We gladly invite you to share your #FamilyRecipes and join us!

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