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Healthy Chinese Food Recipes
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Want to be a good Chinese food chef, specialized in preparing Chinese food? Or you just want to be a house chef, making some Chinese dishes for your family? This ebook is here to help. It compiles... More > tons of tips and recipes from REAL Chinese food chef around the world, sharing with you their secret recipes, as well as tips on perfecting your dishes. Read this ebook, make notes and start preparing for your first Chinese dish tonight! Get this ebook right now!< Less
Chinese food recipe
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This book includes five different dishes
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Now you can make your Favorite Chinese Dishes right in your own kitchen! Do you ever get that craving for your favorite Chinese dish, but it's too late to go out and eat or just not convenient? Well... More > now you can satisfy that craving and make it yourself in the comfort of your own kitchen! This collection of succulent Chinese Recipes is just what you need!< Less
Authentic Chinese Culinary Recipes
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You love the stir fries, the vegetables and the wonton soup. Now you can use Chinese ideas and skills to create your own meals with. Authentic Chinese Culinary Recipes
Chinese Culinary Recipes
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Chinese food recipes hand-picked from a variety of sources.
Cooking Chinese Recipes
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Do you want to get fit and healthy the asian way? Especially Chinese style of diet? Are you interested to learn what are the recipe of Chinese that makes them healthy? Do you want to get latest... More > Healthy Chinese food recipe? Then this ebook is totally for you. You can learn lots thing about Chinese Food Recipe &all those healthy recipe. You can also check out other weight loss tips once you download this ebook.< Less
Secret Chinese Recipes
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During the 19th century, Cantonese restaurateurs developed American Chinese cuisine when they modified their food to suit a more Western palate. In the process, chefs invented dishes such as General... More > Tso's Chicken, and developed a style of Chinese food not found in China. Restaurants provided an ethnic niche for small businesses at a time when the Chinese people were excluded from most jobs in the wage economy by racial discrimination or lack of language fluency. American Chinese food typically treats vegetables as garnish while cuisines of China emphasize vegetables. This can be seen in the use of carrots and tomatoes. Native Chinese cuisine makes frequent use of Asian leafy vegetables like bok choy and kai-lan and puts a greater emphasis on fresh meat and seafood. This collection of “Secret Chinese Recipes From Chinatown” was given to me by an old cook in Chinatown who is a friend of the family. He was aware that I was going to share with the public.< Less
Great Tasty Food Recipes
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Easy & Tasty Chinese Food Home Cooking: 11 Recipes with Photos
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This photo cookbook contains 11 Chinese recipes: Chicken with Red & Green Pepper (Spice); Chicken with Shrimp in Sweet and Sour Sauce (Spice); Beef with Onion; Fish with Pineapple Sauce; Fish... More > with green Onion and Ginger in Soya Sauce; Pork with Mushroom & Celery; Pork with Sesame Seeds; Tofu with green Onion (Vegetarian); Salad: Cucumber, Carrots and Celery (Vegetarian); Stir-Fry mixed Vegetables: Chinese Cabbage & Asparagus (Vegetarian); Soup: Chicken with Chinese Cabbage. There are 70 photos showing individual steps and making it very easy to follow. There is an extra chapter with 27 frequently asked questions and answers on Chinese ingredients, and photos are provided for being clear at a glance.< Less
Roz Weitzman's World of Chinese Comfort Food
eBook (ePub): $9.99
For novice and experienced chefs, 70 easy-to-prepare recipes and photos for each recipe with tips for meal planning and a glossary of Chinese ingredients, using readily found ingredients for... More > home-cooked dishes common in every Chinese household. Roz Weitzman has been living in China since 2005 and gives anecdotes about the Chinese cuisine and Chinese culture. A perfect book can add variety to meals.< Less
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