in a row as fast as you can. That’s Chinese for “Chinese honey-glazed beef and walnuts.” Sweet and sticky beef with crunchy glazed walnuts – like eating candy. SO good. This dish comes from the Northern region of China. The beef is sliced ultra thin and marinated. It is then fried on high heat until it is crisp and golden. The beef is then left to cook in a delicious sauce, honey and Chinese five-spice powder are prominent ingredients, and then tossed with walnuts. An authentic and lesser-known Chinese classic, it’s not quite like anything you’ve tasted before and it will have you hooked.
lean beef, partially frozen, sliced ultra thinly (keeping the beef partially frozen enables you to slice it extra thin)
1 tablespoon light soy sauce
Chinese five-spice powder (storebought or homemade – see recipe at http://www.daringgourmet.com/2013/04/12/chinese-five-spice-powder/)
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I’ve always wanted to make beef stock and thanks to a blog called The Art of Manliness, I was able to find an easy stock recipe, plus a beefand veggie soup that I was able to use my leftover rib meat in
Garlic Beefand Veggie Ramen is an easy dinner recipe that is so much better than take-out. The other day, when he knocked over a box of cereal, I asked him to clean up the spilled cereal and throw it away
If you need more inspiration for Chinese New Year dishes you can take a look at the roundup HERE. She is very generous on sharing recipes of her wonderful bakes and I have indeed tried a few recipes on her blog too