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Homemade Chinese Food Recipes

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Not celebrating Christmas this season but looking for some delicious food to enjoy? While many food establishments are closed, the classic go-to has been Chinese food. Instead of ordering in this year, why not spice up your meal by making some Chinese classics at home? Check out these savory, mouth-watering, and delicious dishes!

Vegetable Egg Rolls

Love egg rolls? Make them at home this season! This delicious and veggie packed dish from Julia of Savory Tooth are the perfect appetizer to kick-start your meal. Filled with cabbage, carrots, and mushrooms, these egg rolls are fried to perfection for that perfectly crunchy bite!

 

Chicken Lettuce Wrap

Want a lighter recipe to serve at your Chinese inspired meal? Then check out this lettuce wrap recipe from Maggie of Omnivore’s Cookbook. Butter lettuce is stuffed with a mixture of ground chicken, ginger, mushrooms, and water chestnuts. Topped with a delicious sauce, these wraps are delicious, healthy, and paleo-friendly!

 

Steamed Buns

If you never had a Gua Boa then this recipe from Jessie of The Fork Bite is a must-make. Delicious and soft boa buns are filled with a mouth-watering braised pork belly, to make the ultimate bite. These buns are so good, you’ll need to make extra!

 

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Hunan Steamed Fish

Instead of making a meat heavy dish, why not experiment with some fish? From the family behind the blog The Woks of Life, Bill shares his recipe for Hunan steamed fish. This dish combines steamed white fish with tofu and tops it with a spicy sauce made from soy sauce, chili peppers, and cilantro. Finished with fermented black beans, this dish packs all the good flavors into one bite.

 

Red Oil Wonton Soup

Christine of Curried Cantaloupe shares a warm and spicy wonton soup recipe to make this holiday season. Filled with homemade pork wontons, this soup gets its kick from chili oil. If looking to spice things up for your Chinese meal, make this amazing soup!

 

Chicken Lo Mein

Love lo mein? Then make some at home with this easy recipe from Kelly of Life Made Sweeter. Kelly uses lo mein noodles for her base and then add chicken chunks tossed in a delicious sauce of ginger, soy sauce, oyster sauce, fish sauce, sesame oil, and chili garlic paste. Finished off with some veggies, this yummy noodle dish will satisfy everyone at your table!

 

 

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