Archive for December, 2010

Egg Rolls

Dec 30th, 2010 Posted in Dim Sum recipes | no comment »

Egg Rolls

1 Lb. ground beef
1 C. chopped onions
1 C. chopped celery
1 egg

1 Small Head cabbage
1/3 C. soy sauce
1/3 C. brown sugar
salt and pepper as needed
3 Doz. egg roll shells

Cook the ground beef in skillet and pour off all grease
and water. Mix everything in 5 quart pan and simmer for about 5 minutes.
Take 1/4 cup mix and lay on corner of shell.
Roll shell in middle and fold over opposite corners. Continue to roll to
end of roll; dab finger in water and touch end of shell to hold
closed. Deep fry at medium setting until golden brown.

Cola Chicken Wings

Dec 25th, 2010 Posted in Chicken recipes | no comment »

Cola Chicken Wings

Chicken wings, Coca Cola (or Pepsi Cola, as you wish)
Soy sauce, cooking wine, sugar
Ginger, anise (to taste)
A little MSG or salt (to taste)

1. Put chicken wings in a bowl together with cooking wine and a little salt, and leave them for 15-20 minutes (or longer).
2. Put a little oil in the wok and cook ginger and anise with heated oil. Put chicken wings into the wok, too.
3. Turn down the fire, add cola (generally one can), sugar and soy sauce, and cook for 10 minutes. And then turn on the fire, add more cola. Wait until the sauce is thickened.

1. You need not put anise, ginger, sugar and even the salt if you do not like the taste. Only the coal and chicken wings are necessary. Surely you can also add onion or coriander according to your own taste.
2. Diet coke is not recommended, for it will become bitter after being heated owing to the sweetener.
The simplest cooking method is to boil chicken wings together with cola and soy sauce, with a proportion of 3 to 1, for 20 minutes.

Sliced Pork in Spicy Soup

Dec 7th, 2010 Posted in Soup recipes | no comment »

Sliced Pork in Spicy Soup

150g tender pork loin (sliced)

50g Chinese cabbage (leaves, sliced)
30g egg broad bean paste
10g ginger (sliced)
10g onion-white (cut into section)
5g chili
5g Chinese pepper
10g soy sauce
8g cooking wine
5g MSG
10g salt
10g starch (pea)
3g ground pepper powder
50g vegetable oil

1. Mix egg white, starch, salt, MSG and cooking wine well into a paste, and put it on the pork slices;

2. Put 35g vegetable oil into the wok and heat up. Add pepper and chilli in, and fry them with slow fire until chilli becomes golden yellow;

3. Take out pepper and chilli and cut them into fine powder;

4. Stir-fry the bean paste with the oil, and then add in the ingredients of cabbage leaves, onion-white, ginger, gravy, soy sauce, ground pepper powder, cooking wine and MSG, stir them for a while and mix well;

5. Add pork slices in, and stew for some minutes. After cooked, dish up, sprinkle with chopped chilli and pepper.

6. Heat the rest oil, and drip on the pork slices, to fry the chilli, pepper and pork slices with hot oil again. Then, spicy-hot flavor and concentrated fragrance flow everywhere.