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How to Cook Rice

Would you believe some Chinese chefs can't even cook rice properly? Ching's rules will help you cook it perfectly every time.

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Chinese Pantry Must-Haves

When Ching visits New York's King Yum, she introduces the chef to Chinese five-spice powder as one of many easy ways to make dishes have punch and flavor.
Get Ching's Essential Chinese Cooking Ingredients

Know Your Chinese Protein

While Chinese consume standard proteins such as chicken, fish, beef, lamb, pork and shellfish just like in the West, there are certain sources of protein that originated specifically from China.
Ching's Guide to Shark's Fin, Chinese Sauage and More

Regional Chinese Cooking Explained

There are over 34 different regions in China with lots of different cuisines. Climate and the people that are indigenous to those regions inform the food.
The Story Behind Chinese Food

Most Popular Recipes

All Recipes by Ching-He Huang

Chicken and Vegetable Spring Rolls

Steamed Pork and Mushroom "Siu Mai" Dumplings

Lemongrass-Coconut Noodles with Spicy Chinese Meatballs

Chicken Chow Mein

Spicy Soy Ribs with Sweet and Sour Slaw

Sichuan Tofu Gan and Warm Celery Salad

Crispy Chicken Wings with Citrus Five-Spice Salt

Radish and Sesame Soy Noodle Salad

Ching's Midnight Dan Dan Noodles

Soft-Shell Chili Crabs with Mango Noodle Salad

Lemongrass-Lychee Champagne Cocktail

Roasted Sweet Potatoes

General Tso Chicken Wings

Mini Taiwanese Meatballs

Posh Jasmine Iced Tea

Sweet and Sour Pork Sliders

Prawn and Water Chestnut Potstickers ("Guo tieh")

Spicy Sweet Chocolate Fondue

Mandarin Martini

Roast Sweet Potato Chile Chips

Chinese Black Rice Vinegar and Ginger

Wok-Cooked Monkfish with Sesame Soy Sauce

Peking Duck Spring Rolls

Jasmine-Lemon Ice Tea

Crispy Salt and Pepper Abalone with Ginger-Soy and Sweet Chili Dipping Sauces

Red Cooked Butternut Squash

Quick Shrimp Lo Mein