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These dishes are authentic Chinese, yet there’s not a noodle or stir-fry in sight!
Rising star Ching-He Huang's dishes – which include a traditional, healthy wonton soup, a slow-cooked, meltingly tender beef stew and an East-meets-West sticky pud – are warming, comforting, easy to make and the perfect way to showcase China’s gifts to the world of food.
Red (the rosebuds) is the luckiest colour to the Chinese and the orange resembles golden ‘threads’ of wealth.
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).
Low in calories and salt, this spiced dish is a perfect accompaniment to Chinese food.
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.
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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