Category: Asian Takeout

diet-eat.net – Char Siu Pork (Chinese BBQ Pork)

Sticky, crimson red Char Siu Pork – just like you get from the Chinese Barbecue meat shops! Also called Chinese BBQ Pork, it’s finger licking good and you’re going to be shocked how easy it is to make the Char Siu sauce that’s used to marinade the pork. Char Siu Pork – Chinese BBQ Pork No

Close up of chopsticks picking up a piece of General Tso

diet-eat.net – General Tso’s Chicken | RecipeTin Eats

General Tso’s Chicken is that perfect combination of sweet, savoury, spicy and tangy with crispy Chinese Chicken bites. Chinese takeout favourite that’s just all round good! General Tso’s Chicken This is a popular Chinese-American dish that appears in suburban Chinese restaurants in Australia under various other guises. Peking-Style Chicken or sometimes something mysteriously titled House Special

Close up of Mongolian Lamb in a bowl with rice

diet-eat.net – Mongolian Lamb | RecipeTin Eats

Mongolian Lamb is an Aussie favourite, found on the menu of every suburban Chinese restaurant. At “posher” establishments, it might even arrive at the table on a hot iron plate, sizzling and spitting for theatric effect! Sizzle aside, this homemade version is a near perfect replica. Even the velveted texture of the lamb! Mongolian Lamb

Pile of Honey Chicken on a plate - built to last, stay crispy

diet-eat.net – Honey Chicken – STAYS CRISPY for hours!

This is a Honey Chicken that’s built to last! This recipe brings together a plethora of Asian cooking secrets for a Honey Chicken that stays crispy for hours, even after tossing in the honey sauce. The Chinese Fry batter yields a crispy, puffy coating that light and not greasy, and requires no special ingredients or

Close up of freshly cooked Sweet and Sour Pork

diet-eat.net – Sweet and Sour Pork | RecipeTin Eats

The best ever Sweet and Sour Pork recipe is loaded with tricks the Chinese have been using for centuries: double dredge and double fry for extra crispy, cornflour instead of flour, economical pork used for juiciness, but tenderised with baking soda so you’d swear they’re pricey chops, and a sauce that’s not sickeningly sweet. BONUS: oven baked Sweet

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