Non-Dairy Chinese Recipes

If you’re avoiding dairy, I have good news – you can eat practically all Chinese food. While milk has seen an increase in popularity in China in recent years, it is primarily drunk by itself for its nutritional content and is largely absent from Chinese recipes. If you’re looking for a tasty non-dairy dessert, check out Mango Sticky Rice and Almond Tofu.

Water boiled Chinese dumplings

How to Make Chinese Dumplings from Scratch

The ultimate guide to making Chinese dumplings from scratch. The dough can be used for both boiled dumplings (shui jiao, 水饺) and potstickers (guo tie, 锅贴). The dumpling wrappers are tender and thin, with a silky mouthfeel. In China, when we talk about dumplings, we’re usually referring to boiled…
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