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Our mix of Oriental-inspired and authentic Chinese recipes are a tempting taste of China. They include recipes ready in less than 30 minutes and vegetarian Chinese.
Ready in less than 30 minutes
This soup makes a wonderful starter or light meal. You can buy wonton wrappers at any Chinese supermarket (they’re usually found in the chiller cabinet or freezer).
A stunning Chinese stir-fry with beef and delicious greens.
A simple chicken stir fry is always a winner.
You won't miss your Chinese takeaway once you've tucked into this hearty, budget-friendly dish.
Kai lan, or Chinese broccoli, is prized for its tender stems and goes fantastically with scallops in this easy stir-fry recipe.
A quick Chinese-style recipe that's surprisingly low in calories.
These aromatic Chinese noodles are made with fresh garlic, chilli, ginger, egg noodles and mixed mushrooms - an easy autumnal dinner ready in 20 minutes.
Ready in an under hour
A warming bowlful of Chinese-style pork soup that makes a filling but very healthy supper. And all for under £4 for four people!
A succulent, healthy Asian-inspired dish of sweet and sour prawns.
Sticky soy beef in do-fo ru (chilli beancurd flavouring) is delicious, quick and easy to make.
Ready in an hour or more
This authentic Chinese recipe for roasted, marinated pork has a flavour that will instantly take you away
This is a traditional slow-braised or ‘red-cooked’ dish. You can freeze the leftover sauce and use it as the base for noodle soups.
A fantastic, Chinese-inspired dish that can be made in advance and frozen, so you've got something delicious and exotic in the freezer for those unexpected dinner guests!
This authentic Chinese recipe by TV chef Ching He-Huang is lots of fun to make and a joy to eat.
Even if you’re not vegetarian, you’ll love this low-calorie stir-fry. For meat eaters, use minute steak instead of tofu.
Treat yourself to some exotic mushrooms and create this mouthwateringly simple dish.
An easy, healthy low-fat stir-fry with peppers and red onions that tastes as lovely as it looks.
Traditional Chinese dumplings are served without any fillings but there are variations. Here, the filling is Rolos, which melt inside during cooking. Best served hot.
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