Chinese Dishes You Should Add to Your Mealtime Rotation

By ~Brandy~ - 7:11 AM

If you want to expand your culinary horizons and start cooking more varied dishes at home, one of the very best places to start is with Chinese food. It’s a cuisine we all know and love from takeaways and restaurants, but many people who love other people’s Chinese food never stop to make their own dishes at home, but why not? There are so many really easy to cook dishes that should be a part of your regular mealtime rotation, and you can learn about them below.


Vegetable Chow Mein


The great thing about chow mein is that you do many different things with it and make all kinds of adaptations. If you’re looking to create a dish that’s healthy and that offers everything you want it to in terms of nutrients, a vegetable chow mein is for you. Using onions, mushrooms, bell peppers and zucchinis, you can achieve so much. You can make your own sauce with soy sauce, oyster sauce, rice vinegar and sesame oil.


Orange Pork Chop Stir Fry


You’ll find that a lot of Chinese dishes do creative things with pork; and I’d argue no cuisine uses the meat better. Orange pork chop stir fry is the perfect example of that fact. It uses an incredible orange sauce to compliment the meat alongside soy sauce with stir fry vegetables. It’s simple but it doesn’t taste it, and that’s why you should make it at home and try it for yourself.


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Chilli Paneer


Chilli Paneer is a great dish to cook for anyone who loves Chinese and Indian cuisine. This dish is a combination of the two and it’s one that your whole family will enjoy. You can cook this chilli paneer recipe very easily and it doesn’t take too long at all. You can also choose between the dry and gravy versions of the dish depending on your preferences and the preferences of the people you’re cooking for.


Oyster Sauce Chicken


You’ll find that many Chinese dishes contain oyster sauce, and that’s because it brings a very distinct flavour, and provides a little sweetness and saltiness at the same time. Oyster sauce chicken is one of the dishes that utilizes it best. You can cook up some chicken thighs in the sauce, alongside wine, stock and soy sauce. It’s pretty simple and can be made in one pan.


Kung Pao Chicken


This is a real classive of Chinese cooking and shouldn’t be overlooked when it comes to cooking Chinese food at home. If you’re looking for something delicious with a bit of a kick, this is the dish for you. It all comes down to the szechuan peppercorn and deep-fried chicken. The combination is beautiful.


As you can see, there are so many great Chinese dishes that you can make at home. When you’ve tried each of these recipe ideas, you’ll almost certainly want to add them to your regular rotation of meals. Each offers something different but they’re all absolutely delicious and not too difficult to cook.

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