Chinese Food

Traditional Chinese dishes include peking duck and sweet-and-sour meat entrees. Rice/noodles and vegetables/fish/meat are important components of their meals. They are often eaten with chopsticks.

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Supernatural and the Occult
Chinese Food

What foods are Asians not allowed to eat?

Asians are no different from other racial or ethnic groups. They eat whatever they want as long as it does not go against their religious or cultural beliefs.

Muslims do not eat meat from a pig (pork). Hindus do not eat beef. Some Asian people are vegetarian or vegan by choice. Devout Buddhists are not supposed to kill any living creature for food. Roman Catholics are told not to eat meat on Fridays, but fish is okay.

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Chinese Food
The Difference Between

What is the difference between Hunan and Szechuan cuisine?

Hunan utilizes more fresh peppers, while Szechaun often relies on processed pepper pastes. Thusly, Hunan is often considered spicier or hotter.

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History of Asia
Chinese Food

Do people in China eat a lot of butter?

People in the United States eat butter more than people in China. Chinese people eat rice, noodles, buns, etc... never really eat much starch or breads.

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Food & Cooking
Chinese Food

How do you make satay powder?

Am not sure what you mean by powder for making satay (sate) .. can't think of any in that manner. Should you want to know what ingredients are needed...these are the -following: (sweet thick) soya sauce (Indonesian Ketjap), onions, garlic, ginger, corriander,lemon juice, salt,pepper ... mince all this into a paste ... cut meat in smallish pieces ... marinate for several hours. Hope this was helpful?

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Rice

Is fried rice fattening?

Rice is already a high-calorie food; it's a carbohydrate. When you fry it, you get even more carbs and fats. So yes, fried rice is fattening because of the oil it is fried in.

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Urban Legends
Chinese Food

Is bourbon chicken really cat meat?

No.

Bourbon Chicken is chicken marinated in a sauce composed of soy sauce, brown sugar, ginger, and bourbon whiskey (whence the name comes).

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History and Origins of Foods
Chinese Food

What is Chow Mei Fun?

Typically found in American Chinese cuisine, originates from Asia. The dish is typically made with rice noodles, which is a combination of rice flour and water and for a more transparent appearance and chewier texture combined with tapioca or corn starch. These are tiny, thin, white, and have a transparent appearance. In American Chinese cuisine they are usually accompanied with any of the usual combinations of egg, vegetables and one meat such as pork, shrimp, chicken, beef or Singapore (which is a combination of meat, poultry, shrimp, and curry which makes it spicier than the other versions).

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Chinese Food

What is har kow?

Har Kow is a translucent prawn dumpling (Chinese food) similar to Har Gow which is a translucent shrimp dumpling. other similar dumplings with variations on the filling are Har Kau and Har Gau

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Beijing

What is a typical breakfast in Beijing?

For Beijingers, the typical breakfast is yóutiáo (油条), deep fried sticks of dough to dip in huge bowls of steaming soya-bean milk (dòujiāng - 豆浆). There are also puffy sheets of steamed bread, also to be dipped in soya milk. Any of these breakfasts could be accompanied by a couple of boiled eggs.

And here is info about Beijing Snacks: http://yeschinatour.com/china-guides/chinese-culture/traditional-beijing-snacks/

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Grocery Shopping
Chinese Food

Is there a Ranch 99 Market in Fremont CA?

Yes, there is are 2 Ranch 99 Markets in Fremont, CA.

  • 34444 Fremont Blvd. Fremont, CA 94555. (Open Monday-Sunday: 9AM-9PM).
  • 46881 Warm Springs Blvd. Fremont, CA 94539.Inside Little Taipei Plaza. Grand Opening! 4-21-2011. (Open Monday -Thursday: 9AM -9PM; Friday-Saturday: 9AM- 9:30 PM).

Please check Ranch 99 Market's website, provided below for more information.

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Rihanna

What is Rihanna's favorite color and favorite food?

Her favorite color is green, and her favorite TYPE of food is West Indian food and Thai food.

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Food & Cooking
Chinese Food

What are main dishes in china?

their is only one and that one is dumplings

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Chinese Food
Rice

Where can you find recipes for pork fried rice with vegetables?

foodtv.com and epicurious.com in a cookbook

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History and Origins of Foods
Chinese Food
Rice

Did the Chinese eat rice with every meal?

Yes, i know this because I am Asian and we don't like to be called Chinese!XD

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China and Chinese Territories
Chinese Food

Why do the Chinese eat oranges after meals?

The Chinese don't always eat oranges after meals. Many of them do end a meal with fruit, but it is usually a selection from whatever fruits are in season at the time.

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Rice

What should be done with basmati rice prior to cooking fried rice like should you fry it before washing it?

ALL rice should be rinsed under cold water and drained. Basmati rice should be rinsed, drained and cooked for approximately 10 - 15 minutes, then cooled and fried. If you have a thin soup like base in what you are putting the rice in then just rinse, drain and throw the rice into the mixture.

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Ancient History
Chinese Food

What do Mississippians eat?

shrimp

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China and Chinese Territories
Chinese Food

What is the most popular food in China?

The three main principles in Chinese food preparation are that the food should look good, smell good and taste good. As china is vast, here is a great variety of cooking methods. The Beijing style of cooking has lovely Snacks, Sichuan cooking is well known for its hot and spice flavors, and Guangdong (Cantonese) cooking is famous for its sweet and sour style.

The main ingredients in Chinese cooking are: shallots, ginger, garlic and soy sauce.

Chinese food is usually stir fried rice or noodles.

Chinese people eat rice. In the northern part of China, where it is mostly dry, people liked to eat dumplings with meat, steamed buns, and noodles. At China`s southern part, which is wet, people eat dumplings with traditional Chinese sugar sauce and noodles.

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Chinese Food

Size of Chinese food takeout box?

4 cups

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Chinese Food
Rice

Does anyone have the Side street inn fried rice recipe?

4 cups cooked medium-grain rice 1/2 cup Portuguese sausage, diced 2 slices bacon, diced 1/2 cup green onions, chopped 1/2 cup frozen peas and carrots, thawed 1/2 cup chair siu, chopped 4 tablespoons oyster sauce 1 teaspoon salt 2 tablespoons hon dash Really, the trick is to go heavy on the char siu sauce on the char siu pork.

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Nutrition
Chinese Food
Calorie Count

How many calories are in wonton soup?

A regular serving size of won ton soup from some Chinese restaurants is about 180-200 calories with 4 pieces of won ton.

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Decade - 1920s

Chinese food in the 1920s?

Was quite delious food from china mailed in large wooden crates that obtained mold on numerous occasions but everyone ate it.

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International Cuisine
Chinese Food

Why is there no milk in Chinese cuisine?

Simply, the Chinese did not milk cows or sheep historically. The idea had simply not occurred to them and since they were able to get proteins from numerous vegetables and pork products, they never saw the need to find other sources of protein. Consider that cows have only really been milked in Western society for around 500 years (previously, it had primarily been sheep and goats).

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Sushi
Desserts, Snacks, and Treats
Chinese Food

What does sushi look like?

Sushi is a small piece of food that has a few layers. The first layer is black stuff, the second layer is rice, the third layer is usually wasabi, and the fourth layer is sometimes meat.

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Hong Kong
Chinese Food

What is sweet and sour chicken Hong Kong style?

Sweet and sour chicken Hong Kong style, the chicken is fried in chunks & mixed with the sweet n sour as well as the usual peppers etc

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