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Skip The Take Out Menus Tonight
Are you a fan of tasty Chinese take-out? My Chinese Menu shows you how easy it is to make iconic Asian-inspired dishes from scratch! Start with crunchy egg rolls and a platter of Orange Chicken. Serve them with my mouth-watering Fried Rice and a plate of Almond Cookies for dessert. Finally, relax with a classic Orange Blossom Cocktail.
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Easy Egg RollsWhen I go to a Chinese restaurant, egg rolls are my go-to appetizer, so I created a homemade version! It is an authentic blend of pork, crunchy coleslaw mix, and Chinese-inspired herbs & spices. Stuff the mixture in egg roll wrappers and fry them until golden & crispy. Serve with my savory ginger dipping sauce!
Ginger SauceSubtle sweet and sour notes from the corn syrup and cider tempered with gingery flavors make this perfect condiment that accompanies a whole lot of foods like grilled meat cuts, sautéed or grilled vegetables.
Orange ChickenThe key to making this scrumptious Asian-inspired dish is the marinade featuring fresh citrus juices mixed with zesty herbs & spices. Bread the orange-infused chicken and stir- fry to a golden crisp. Serve it over a bed of stir-fried veggies & rice.
Easy Fried RiceThis easy fried rice recipe is an amazing addition to any Asian meal. Onions, peas, carrots, sesame oil, soy sauce, and scrambled eggs take your plain white rice to the next level. In under 20 minutes you will have a recipe sure to impress any dinner guest.
Almond CookiesIf you enjoy the almond cookies at your favorite Chinese restaurant, try baking my tasty version! They have a delicious, buttery taste with the delightfully sandy texture of almond flour. Place a whole almond in the middle of each cookie for a yummy crunch. This recipe also freezes well, so you can bake them when you need a quick dessert.