Chinese Recipes

Chinese Recipes By The Bald Chef

There are many different Chinese recipes, these include true authentic Chinese recipes, and those better known as American Chinese carry out recipes that are better know to Westerners. American/Chinese recipes include dishes such as General Tso’s Chinese Chicken, and Chinese Sesame Chicken. True Chinese recipes come from different regions of China including the provinces of Sichuan, Canton, Hunan, and Peking Chinese Cuisine. Each type of Chinese cooking styles and recipes are very different. In the Chinese section of the Bald Chef’s web site we will explore different Chinese cooking techniques, foods, and recipes. I explore both American/Chinese recipes and true to form authentic Chinese recipes too.The Bald Chef has insight into real Chinese recipes. If you are looking for Chinese recipes that are based on Beef, Pork, Lamb, Chicken, Fish, Or Seafood I may have something special for you. Listed below are some of my favorite Chinese recipes:

Sichuan Chinese Shrimp

Types Of Chinese Recipes

Szechuan shrimp is one of the Bald Chef’s best loved Chinese dishes, along with Chinese dim sum, Egg Rolls, Pot Stickers Chicken Fried Rice. I also like Moo Goo Gai Pan, Curry Chicken, Mongolian style pork with scallions, and Chinese Broccoli and Beef. In Beijing China one of the most famous dishes is Peking Duck served with Mandarin pancakes, green onions, and Hoisin sauce. Also some of my other loved Chinese recipes include Chicken Szechuan style, Kung Poa Chicken, General Tso’s Chicken, Chicken Lo Mein, and Hot and Sour Soup. Some of the Best Dim Sum Recipes from The Bald Chef inludes Honey BBQ Pork, Shrimp-Stuffed Bean Curd, Spring Rolls, Diced Spare Rib In Black Bean Sauce and Chinese Stir-Fried Noodle in Soy Sauce.

      • Here at the Bald Chef’s web site we will explore different Chinese recipes. In the South of China comes the great Cantonese food you eat in many Chinese restaurants.

My Trip To China By The Bald Chef

The Bald Chef Glen Izett traveled from Hong Kong up to new territories into Mainland China in the early 1990’s. At the entry point from Luohu into Red China at Shenzhen and then up to Canton or Guangzhou a major Chinese seaport located on the Pearl River. I ate at some of the finest restaurants China has to offer. The food in Guangzhou is the best Cantonese food in China. I ate some of the freshest seafood, chicken, and even a stir fried Cobra in one of the restaurants in Guangzhou China.