We can’t get enough of Asian food at the moment and right up there on our list? Chinese food! It’s shaped the diets of so many people around the world, so if these images of Chinese Inspired recipes from featured bloggers don’t get your mouth watering, we don’t know what will.
1. CRAB RANGOON
Crab Rangoon is a popular starter in Chinese restaurants in America. Their crisp cups and delicious filling of cream cheese, sriracha and crab are the perfect nibble to go alongside your dishes. You can buy wonton wrappers easily online or from any Asian supermarket.
2. HOMEMADE STEAMED BUNS
Pork belly, pickles, cashew and sriracha in a light pillowy bun. We have our own steamed buns recipe on SORTEDfood but this version looks super quick and easy. If you haven’t tried them before, get involved.
3. CHINESE SPARE RIBS
If you’re used to eating these at your favourite Chinese restaurant did you know how easy they are to make at home? 10 minutes is all it takes to prepare these ribs before they are roasted for hours. The meat is so tender it falls off the bone and the sticky sauce compliments everything.
4. CHINESE BROCCOLI WITH CHINESE SAUSAGE
This traditional recipe uses Kai Lan (Chinese broccoli) and Lap Cheong (Chinese sausage) so if you can get your hands on these authentic ingredients, it’s definitely worth a go. This is a great dish for a winter evening and packed full of flavour and nutrients.
5. Ice Cream Spring Roll With Peanut Butter
Have you ever heard of something so exciting?A sweet spring roll?! I don’t think we’ve seen these about in the UK yet have you? No need to line up and wait for this because you can make it all at home. Did we mention that there’s copious amounts of ice cream and peanut brittle involved too? The best thing is once you have the basis nailed, you can tweak the ingredients to make incredible deserts.
A big thanks once again to all of the fantastic bloggers involved in this week’s Blog Love. They’re all awesome with mad photography skillz so you should definitely check them out for more delicious recipes. What is your favourite thing about Chinese cuisine? Got any more recipes that you think we’ve missed out?