Red-dyed eggs are considered auspicious gifts on special occasions in China, symbolizing fertility and longevity.
Tofu doesn’t taste like meat, but don’t be tofu phobic!
The Chinese toona tree is grown in central and southern China, mainly in Shandong, Henan and Hebei provinces. Besides its supposed medicinal value — it is known to cure wind cold, stomach pain and dysentery — its soft texture and rich fragrance makes it a popular cooking ingredient. Fried eggs with chopped toona is where it’s at.
Chinese people love Tofu and have various ways to cook it. Mapo Tofu is one of the most popular dishes with both Chinese people and foreigners. Authentic Mapo Tofu is soft , spicy and can be prepared easily at home.
Have you learned how to use chopsticks in the right way?
For Chinese, it’s important to have a good breakfast. Accordingly, a variety of recipes exist across the country catering to every palate. Though you may have experienced some, you’ve not tasted them all!
While tea originated in China, it has spread to many countries to become one of the most important beverages across the world. This video reveals some hidden facts about the famous Chinese drink.
Understanding the implication of Chinese cuisine names can add spice to a dinner, especially during the festival period.
What is your favorite appetizer? Your answer might be complicated after tasting certain Chinese cold dishes.
Have you ever tried Chinese liquor? You would understand the country way better after a few shots.