John Gregory Smith’s speedy version of this classic Sichuan Dish.
Slow cooked soft shredded lamb, Chinese style, from ” At my Table” by Nigella Lawson. The lamb is also very good served warm squashed into bread rolls. Any leftovers can be served with rice, along with the cooking juices.
An easy supper from ” Chinese Food made Easy” by Ching-He Huang.
A delicious stir fried rice noodles dish from ” Chinese Food made Easy” by Ching-He Huang.
A quick and tasty stir fry from ” Chinese Food made Easy” by Ching He-Huang.
A delicious and healthy version of this classic from Gok Wan’s ” Gok Cooks Chinese”.
A delicious Chinese soy and garlic stir fry from Gok Wan’s ” Gok cooks Chinese”.
Another recipe which you could cook for Chinese New Year from ” Every Grain of Rice” by Fuschia Dunlop. Serve with rice.
An irresistable recipe from Hunan which can be found in Fushia Dunlop’s ” Revolutionary Chinese Cookbook”.
A legendary recipe originating in a little shop in Chengdu which would also work for Chinese New Year. Its from Fuschia Dunlop. There is also a vegetarian version which i will share.
A recipe from the encyclopedic ” The Food of Sichuan” by Fuschia Dunlop. A perfect way to celebrate Chinese New Year.
A recipe for Chinese noodles with chicken from Asma Khan.
A stir fry recipe from Delia Smith.Serve with some plain boiled rice.
A version of this Sichuan dish from ” Good Cooking” by Jill Dupleix.
A Sichuan recipe from Diana Henny. Its best not to try eating the chillies, but adjust the amount according to how hot you like this.