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Sausage Rice (version 2)

Rice Cooker Meal Sausage rice is a Chinese classic. There are many different kinds of sausages in different regions of China but the dish of sausage rice on their menus unifies all. The intense flavor makes a bowl of otherwise plain rice very tasty. The following are the most

Mushroom Double

Shiitake mushrooms +white mushrooms Shanghai style of cooking is usually very light and healthy as shown in this traditional recipe of mushrooms. Most of veggies are for quick stir-fry to maintain freshness and all the nutrients in the produce. Many local farmers would pick up the mushrooms from their

Pork Pepper Noodles

Sweet & Colorful Noodles with thin sliced pork + 1 or 2 veggies is a go-to dish in China. Different veggies and spices are used in different regions to different styles of cuisines so that the dish of the same name on the menu could taste totally differently depending

Baby Bok Choy & Shiitake Mushrooms

Stir Fried This is one of the most popular veggie dishes in Shanghai, China. Baby bok choy is really the most affordable veggie in China and this makes it possible for the dish appear on every family dinner menus. Shiitake mushroom, valued as a symbol of longevity, is a

Mung Bean Soup

Savory Summer Soup Chinese people are pretty well-known for using food to battle unpleasant elements in life to stay healthy and happy. Different food for different seasons and different genders. We don't know exactly how long ago this tradition started, but we do know that it is true according

Wonton Soup

Shanghai style Wonton Soup One of The Most Popular Dishes in Shanghai! wonton wraps: 1 pack from local Asian grocery market wonton filling ingredients: - 1 lb. organic ground pork - 1 lb. baby bok choy (baby arugula for a fusion version) - 1/2 dozen

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Green Beans Stir Fried

(garlic flavored) Green Bean is one of the most popular vegetables both in China and America, but is cooked very differently. Most vegetables are stir-fried not steamed so that the natural green flavor is kept and they will taste much better. All needed is oil and salt. No

Shanghai Braised Pork Belly

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Grandma’s Wild Wine Wings

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Lamb Chops

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