Real-deal congee, Sichuan-style wontons, and takeout-style kung pao chicken—hungry yet? We've got you covered with a whole range of Chinese, Chinese-American, and Chinese-influenced recipes.
Pork belly cooked sous-vide with a Japanese-style marinade, then stuffed in steamed buns with quick-pickled cukes.
A touch of vodka gives this Chinese take-out classic a superior crispy crust.
A rainbow of stir-fried flavor.
A Beijing street-food classic.
Featuring cabbage charred until sweet, along with meaty mushrooms and big stalks of chives.
A classic Chinese chicken stir-fry laden with Sichuan peppercorns and chili peppers.
Softened chunks of Asian eggplant braised with garlic, chilies, and soy sauce.
These wings, packed with Sichuan pepper and fresh spices, are at once mouth-numbing and wonderfully flavorful.
Deep-fried battered chicken in a sweet, sour, and savory glaze.
Make good fried rice great with a simple wok hei hack.
Mushrooms are the key to this vegan rendition of one of our favorite Sichuan noodle dishes.
Chasing the elusive wok hei with a blowtorch.
You can do just about anything with this versatile cooking vessel.
Make the fiery, textured chili condiment your own.
Basic staples any Chinese-food enthusiast should have on hand.
Everything you need to know to host a Chinese hot-pot feast at home.
Water velveting yields more tender, silky, and smooth stir-fried proteins.
Cutting slightly against the grain makes for perfect stir-fried chicken morsels.
Málà is more than just Sichuan peppercorns.
Jianbing is quite possibly China's best-kept secret.
Fresh and bright, this Sichuan "vinaigrette" can go on all your vegetables.
They should have called it "freaking delicious flavor"—there's nothing strange about it.
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