Get to know authentic Chinese cooking – quite different from the greasy takeout food you might be used to – and experience the yin and yang of a well-balanced, good-for-you Chinese recipe, with the help of Ching-He Huang and other Cooking Channel chefs.
Ching's changing the face of Asian food in America one dish at a time by helping chefs of established restaurants and home cooks alike reinvent authentic Chinese dishes.
Ditch takeout for the fresher ingredients, healthier preparation and customizable flavors of Chinese food made at home.
Soy sauce is a must (both light and dark), but you’ll need these other sauces and spices to get your wok on, anytime.
Affordable and easy to cook, chicken is as popular in Chinese cuisine – from takeout classics to authentic street food – as it is across the globe.
Ching shows how to create a perfectly balanced stir-fry by mixing yin and yang ingredients, flavors and textures.
Dumplings are super easy to make: Start with store-bought or homemade dough, add fillings, then fry or steam.
From the meins to the funs with lots of soup in between, noodles are a hallmark of Chinese culture.
Find out how to choose the wok that's right for you, then learn how to season it to create optimally flavored dishes.
Explore the differences in regional Chinese cuisine, from the Peking duck of the North to the congee of the South.
Find out which gifts and behaviors are considered to be good luck – and those that should be avoided.
Skip the fortune cookies and serve authentic, fruity desserts like banana-toffee fritters or sweet spring rolls.