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Chinese Taro Recipe

What is Taro? is an edible tuber of a tropical plant, It resembles the shape of a potato but is smaller in size. The skin is light brown, rough, like a thin bark, while the pulp is usually white, although it can be characterized by violet or yellow. Glycogen is the main ingredient of taro. The […]

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Chinese Shiitake Mushroom Soup Recipe

First of all a small info about shiitake mushroom, In a 100 gram raw shiitake mushrooms provide 34 calories and are 90% water, 7% carbohydrates, 2% protein and less than 1% fat. Raw shiitake mushrooms are rich sources (20% or more of the Daily Value) of B vitamins and contain moderate levels of some dietary […]

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Chinese Broccoli with Mushrooms recipe

Chinese broccoli are a different kind vegetable with big, thick, flat leaves and fat stems. The taste of this broccoli is slightly sweet with a small bitter note, it’s like an asparagus only juicier. The most common variation that you can find in Chinese cafeteria’s is stir fried broccoli with mushroom is oyster sauce, it […]

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Chinese Oyster Mushroom recipe

Quick Navigation IngredientsInstructions In this post we will face another cafeteria champion, the oyster mushroom. Mushrooms in the Chinese cuisine is an evergreen because the ingredients are available in all seasons, cheap and very fast to cook when you don’t have much time to cook something a bit more complicated. Soups in the winter and […]

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Chinese Gourd recipes

Quick Navigation IngredientsInstructions We will start our gourd recipes with the bitter-gourd with scrambled eggs, before starting with the recipe, a brief introduction to the bitter-gourd. The bitter-gourd since ancient times it has been highly valued in Ayurvedic medicine for its healing properties, especially for type 2 diabetes. Scientific research has confirmed that the bitter-gourd […]

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