Chinese food when not served with rice is served with noodles. They range from thick egg noodles to more delicate thin noodles. Often as part of a larger meal they are a foundation to this style of cooking.
A favourite at Chinese restaurants, this recipe replaces the hard to find sesame paste with peanut butter and sesame oil.
Bean thread vermicelli, also known as glass or cellophane noodles, are the basis for this light Chinese salad. It has a great mixture of textures.
A lovely Chinese tradition is to cook a whole fish and serve it as the centrepiece of a banquet. It's dramatic and not hard to make.
The classic quick and easy meal, noodles are satisfying and filling. This version combines egg noodles with bok choy and spring onion.
Chinese food has been embraced since takeaway restaurants sprang up in both city and rural locations. Quick and easy dishes such as this noodle soup soon found their way into Grandma's kitchen.
This is a quick and easy beef noodle recipe which the whole family will enjoy. It has a unique taste from Chinese caramel sauce.
Roast duck is delicious and available pre-cooked at Chinese specialty shops and supermarkets. This recipe is very easy to make for a quick lunch or dinner.
Chinese noodles are double cooked, first in water until al dente and then in a frying pan until crisp and brown. If you like heat, replace the sesame oil with chilli oil.
Dry ramen noodles, blanched slivered almonds and Chinese cabbage combine with a vinegar dressing in this tasty salad.
This is a very light, tasty and satisfying salad using cabbage and instant noodles. It's a great side dish for a Chinese meal.