Thin, tender strips of lean marinated pork are tossed with Chinese chives and yellow chives in a light coating of soy sauce and Shaoxing wine seasoned with white pepper. This is a quick and easy dish that goes from fridge to table in about 30 minutes.
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Beef and broccoli might only be a classic combination in the American Chinese repertoire, but that doesn't make it any less delicious. In most restaurants, you'll find it served with rice, but I like to stir-fry it with hearty lo mein noodles.
A simple and classic stir-fry that combines tender strips of lean marinated chicken breast with scallions and ginger. This light and easy dish comes together in under an hour.
This quick stir-fry combines tender marinated flank steak with onions and leek greens, flavored with a simple but balanced sauce made with soy sauce, fish sauce, and sesame oil.
Stir-frying dried rice noodles is much the same as stir-frying rice, in terms of the amount of oil, the seasonings, and the ingredients you want to add. Eggs, vegetables, ground meat - anything which can be parsed into little bits, works well for stir-frying with the noodles.
A classic Chinese-American dish of chicken and vegetables coated in a mild gingery, lemony sauce. Marinating the chicken in a mixture of cornstarch and egg whites gives it a silky, smooth, moist texture. For best results, use a wok set in an outdoor coal-fired grill for extra high heat cooking.
Wok Hei, the smoky, charred flavor or well-cooked stir-fries can make or break Pepper Steak, the classic Chinese-American staple. Our version combines tender steak with bell peppers and onions in a savory black pepper-flavored sauce. For best results, we cook it on a wok set on an outdoor coal grill.
[Photographs: J. Kenji Lopez-Alt] Note: Both the chili bean paste and the Sichuan Peppercorns can be bought online (follow the links) if you don't have a good Chinese market nearby. Use tofu labeled "silken" in a hardness range of medium...
[Photograph: Robyn Lee] Note: Yard-long beans are slightly starchier and more robust than standard American green beans. You can find them year-round in Asian supermarkets. If unavailable, the second choice is dark green French beans (sometimes labeled haricôts verts). Regular...
Learn about the basics of wok frying here. This recipe is adapted from a dish served at Clio, Chef Ken Oringer's restaurant in Boston's Back Bay. About the author: After graduating from MIT, J. Kenji Lopez-Alt spent many years as...