Guide To Chinese Cooking Ingredients
Nothing is more frustrating than
being excited on trying out a new recipe, only to find out that
you have no idea what half the ingredients are! I'm sure that
many of you have experienced the same frustrations as I have...
That is exactly why I have created
a complete guide about Chinese cooking ingredients. In this guide,
you will find pictures and descriptions for every single ingredient used in my Chinese Vegetarian cookbook!
No longer will you have to pull
out your hair in frustration not knowing what the ingredients
are! You will have everything you need, right in front of you, so that you can have an enjoyable time cooking healthy and delicious food.
Tofu - Not sure what all the different types of tofus are? Now you'll
know the difference between soft tofu, firm tofu, tofu puffs, tofu skins,
and dry tofu sticks.
Seasonings - Learn the most common seasonings used to add flavor
to your food.
- Don't mistake dark soy sauce for light soy sauce
- Understand the difference between Chinese vinegar
and Regular Vinegar
Canned Vegetables - All the best canned vegetables for around a
- Know the difference between bamboo shoot tips,
and bamboo shot halves
Spices - Indispensable part
of Chinese cooking - learn what they are and how to use them.
- Why ginger and garlic are so healthy, and how
to use them to improve your health
- How you can tell high quality Szechuan peppercorns
from 'fake' ones
Dried Ingredients - The 3 most used dried ingredients in Chinese
- Distinguish between the 2 types of dried fungus,
and which type to use
- The best way to prepare dried lily flowers
Noodles - Don't get confused with all the different kinds of noodles
out there. You only need to know 3 kinds of noodles.
Fresh Vegetables - All the different types of vegetables you can
use in your daily cooking.
- The difference between regular green onions and
Chinese green onions, and how to use them
- Don't confuse white bean sprouts with Chinese
- How to easily tell Shanghai bok choy from baby
- Delicious tomato recipe for summer - prepared
in less than 3 minutes
Preserved Foods - Commonly used preserved foods in Chinese cooking
Miscellaneous - This section includes spring roll wraps, wonton
wraps, Konnyaku, Konnyaku noodles, and more...
>> Click here to learn more about my Chinese Vegetarian Cookbook and the delicious recipes contained in the cookbook