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Pui Kung Pao

Pui Kung Pao


The chicken breast is cut into pieces (boneless) and marinated in 2 tablespoons of soy.

Separately mix the rest of the soy sauce with starch, sugar and vinegar.

In a wolk pan put oil and cook the onion with chili, add meat and leave until white on all sides, stirring gently, then add the sauce obtained. Bring to a boil.

Serve with rice.


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The Chinese do not understand any of the Chinese food you eat

If you're from the West, even if your closest contact with Chinese culture was when you came across the Great Wall of China on Google Earth, you still know that. Chinese people do not break biscuits with r & # x103va & # x219e at every mealâ & # x20AC; & # x2122; And as a Briton who has been living in Shanghai for a year now, I can confirm that apart from the sweet and sour chicken, the Chinese prefer fried chicken.

In fact, as the former New York Times journalist Jennifer 8 pointed out. Lee at the 2008 Ted Conference, most Chinese don't even know what that chop suey is. Ever since Chinese food began to be served in the United States in the 19th century, there have been generations who have developed and complimented the tastes of Americans, so much so. & # xEEnc & # xE2t has completely broken away from the traditional dishes served in China, since then.

"They like meat on the bones in China, but we had to get the staff to debon the chicken for hours," says Fung.

If you take into account that most Chinese people would not recognize an orange plate of chicken, even if one were thrown in front of them, it seems like a move. # xEEndr & # x103znea & # x21B & # x103 to open a restaurant with Chinese food almost exclusively American-style in the center of Shanghai. But that's what Fung Lam of New York and Dave Rossi of California did in the form of a restaurant called Fortune Cookie, which opened 10 months ago.

Fung (left) and Dave (right). All photos by the author

After trying to open a salad bar in Shanghai two years ago, the boys, who resigned from office jobs, they moved to China to try to open a place together, they were eager for Chinese food and they could not find it. x103seau a & # x219a something & # xEEn China.

& # x201EC & # xE2nd when someone feels likeâ & # x20AC; & # x2122; Ah, how much a & # x219 wants a saladâ & # x20AC; & # x2122; sask David. â & # x201; We wanted chicken with orangeâ & # x20AC; & # x2122; We didn't find that in Shanghai, because we decided to do it ourselves. When we signed the contract, we thought: if this is not successful either, at least we will be able to eat what we have been missing for six months. & Quot

But it didn't work. Fung's family owned 15 Chinese restaurants in America, the first of which was founded in Brooklyn by his grandfather in the 1960s. Fung flew to Shanghai from his father, who is the chef at all 15 restaurants, to train Chinese staff, newly hired.

"In China, they like meat on their bones, but we got the staff to debone the chicken," says Fung. They asked us why we should do this. I always had to fill the wonton with br & # xE2nz & # x103. They were thinking, What were they doing? Some of them were still eating cream cheese and then they were lucky. & Quot

When Fung brought the fantastic reeds of the family to China (including a tasty orange chicken, Kung Pao chicken, General & aposs Tsoâ & # x20AC; & # x2122; s and tofu chop suey) he served them. with beers imported from the States, western expa & # x21Bii westerners gave n & # x103vale. But the locals had to be conquered, a goal that was achieved when they began to promote food as American, instead of Chinese food. an American specific. & quot

That doesn't mean they weren't lost on the road. "The first response from the locals is always good food," says Dave. â & # x20AC; & # x2122; I think theyâ & # x20AC; & # x2122; re huge. At one point, two cute women came and ordered seven kinds of food. After the second, they started to laugh. Also, people have never seen take-out packages like this, nor in any other part of the series. The Big Bang Theory. Our Chinese assistant said: & # x201EOh, thatâ & # x20AC; & # x2122; s Sheldon.

In her presentation on Ted, Jennifer 8. Lee showed a video of Chinese people who would be confused when they first saw biscuits with ravioli. (In fact, the biscuits with r & # x103va & # x219e originated in Japan.) Their restaurant responses were similar: â & # x201EMâ & # x20AC; & # x2122; with r & # x103va & # x219 & quot, says Dave. â & # x20AC; & # x2122;

Fung considers that it is more a matter of quality, not of novelty, which has earned the respect of the locals and the expatriates. "We don't try to get on the net, we really do that," he says. â & # x20AC; & # x2122; Each Sino-American familyâ & # x20AC; & # x2122; The food is as tasty as the one in New York and it's real, with 40 years of history behind it. & Quot

At the end of the interview, Daveâ & # x20AC; & # x2122; s a cookie with r & # x103va & # x219. I developed the r & # x103va & # x219ul, which had a message so appropriate, & # xEEnc & # xE2t I suspect that & # x103 put it intentionally & # x21Bionat: If youâ & # x20AC; & # x2122; re building, they will come.

Don't expect such a messy message in the future. Fungâ & # x20AC; & # x2122; s Dave said they wrote the lyrics (initially to replace the first set they ordered, which had the lyrics written in Dutch). , but they still have ideas. Now they use customer-suggested messages, stored in a box at the entrance to the restaurant. "It's always an absurd sexual message," says Dave. â & # x20AC; & # x2122; Or phone numbersâ & # x20AC; & # x2122; and, of course, a lot of â & # x203;


Chinese food recipe

For those tempted by the East and its enigmas, the reward of cooking Chinese food recipes is indisputable. Gourmets who have already tasted the famous dishes such as Chicken with sweet and sour sauce, Pung Kung Pao or Chinese dumplings, have certainly been captivated by the gastronomic bouquet combined in these dishes. Finding the ingredients seems to be the most difficult part of the process, because cooking a Chinese food recipe is done quickly and with minimal resources, but the result is worth all the effort. So if you managed to find all the ingredients, it would be time to get to work. We thought of choosing the best and easy to prepare Chinese food recipes for daring housewives. Increased cooking and great appetite!

This one Chinese food recipe it is ideal for people who are on a diet or want something light at lunch / dinner.

Ingredients: cucumbers, donuts, cauliflower, sugar, vinegar, oil, soy sauce. (the amount depends on how big the salad you want)

Cut the vegetables into thin long slices. The salad sauce is made in a pan: burn a tablespoon of sugar, then add one of vinegar, one of oil and one of soy sauce. Add the vegetables and cook for a few minutes until soft.

Ingredients: pork pulp, carrot, hot pepper paste, soy sauce, vegetable soup, salt, sugar, hazelnuts, starch, cucumber, sunflower oil, green onions, white pepper.

The pork leg is cooked sautéed, after cutting it into medium cubes. The vegetables are cut into large cubes, to which the sauce is added (pepper paste, soy sauce, soup, salt, sugar, pepper). Season with hazelnuts.

Ingredients: cake, ice cream, egg, vanilla essence, dry yeast, flour, sugar, oil bath (approx. 1.5 l)

Cut the cake into suitable slices and syrup them with vanilla essence and water. Put a tablespoon of ice cream in the middle of the slice and make a ball that does not fall apart. Put everything in a cellophane bag and put in the freezer. Meanwhile, make a sauce from the rest of the ingredients. After the balls have frozen, soak them in the sauce and put them in the hot oil bath. Remove to a plate, dust with caster sugar. You can add melted chocolate or a fresh strawberry sauce.

What you think? Looks like these Chinese food recipes with grandma's cooking advice? Maybe not, but I'm sure you're dying to try them.


Pui Gong Bao

Also known as Pui Kung Pao, this food originates from Sichuan and is named after a governor of this province, from the Qin dynasty.

Due to its origin, related to the imperial period, during the cultural revolution its cooking was banned today but it has returned strongly and is one of the recipes present in practically the offer of any Chinese restaurant. Its taste is quite hot, especially if cooked with the maximum amount of peppers.

It is excellent accompanied by long boiled white rice.

  • Kitchen: Chinese
  • Degree of difficulty: Easy
  • Amount: 4-6 servings
  • Preparation time:30 minutes
  • Cooking time:Ten minutes

ingredients:

  • 2 boneless chicken breasts, without skin, cut into pieces
  • 1 tablespoon hazelnut oil
  • 2-10 red hot peppers, dried (depending on how fast you want the food to be)
  • 3 cloves finely chopped garlic
  • 2.5 cm piece of fresh ginger root, very thinly sliced
  • 2 chopped green onions (white side only)
  • 85 g cashew nuts, fried
  • 4 teaspoons soy sauce
  • 1 teaspoon Shiaoxing rice wine, or white wine, half-dry
  • 1 1/2 teaspoon brown sugar
  • 1 teaspoon of rice vinegar
  • 1 teaspoon sesame oil
  • 2 tablespoons chicken soup (prepared from diced concentrate), or as needed
  • 1/2 red hot pepper, cleaned of seeds and cut into very thin strips, for garnish
  • 1 green onion (only the white part), cut into very thin strips, for garnish
  • 1 strip of lime peel, cut into very thin strips, for garnish
  • white rice with long grain, boiled, for serving

Instructions:
Combine in a bowl 2 teaspoons soy sauce with rice wine and 1/2 teaspoon sugar. Add the chicken and leave to marinate for 30 minutes, covering the bowl.

Heat the oil and fry over high heat, stirring constantly, the dried hot peppers until crispy and fragrant.

Add the pieces of meat and fry for 2 minutes, until they start to turn golden brown.
Add garlic, ginger and green onions. Stir-fry for 3-4 minutes, until the meat is done.

Combine to form a sauce, the rest of the soy sauce, black rice vinegar, sesame oil, chicken soup and the rest of the sugar.
Pour the sauce into the wok and mix well.

Add the hazelnuts and mix. If the food is too dry, you can add 1-2 tablespoons of soup. Garnish with thin strips of hot peppers, green onions and lime peel and serve with boiled rice.


Pui Kung Pau

Chicken Kung Pao is one of the most famous Chinese recipes. It is prepared from ingredients that you would not normally dare to combine, it is incredibly quick and very easy to cook. A whole world loves this Asian dish because it represents a real madness of tastes: sweet, sour, hot and salty.

40g of plain or fried hazelnuts

4 & # 8211 6 hot and dried red peppers, without seeds

1 red bell pepper (optional)

5-6 slices of fresh ginger or a teaspoon of ground ginger

Mix all the marinade ingredients in a bowl and set aside.

Take the boneless chicken breast and cut it into small cubes, then pour the marinade over it. Leave the meat to marinate in the refrigerator for 30-45 minutes.

In another bowl mix the sugar, 2 tablespoons soy sauce, 1 tablespoon vinegar and two tablespoons water. This sauce will be used later.

Wash the vegetables and cut into small pieces.

After the meat has marinated, pour 2 tablespoons of oil into the Wok pan and add the diced chicken breast. They should not be left too long, they are only fried until they turn golden. Then take them out on a plate.

Again, pour 2 tablespoons of oil into the wok and leave to heat. Add the finely chopped garlic and ginger, stirring constantly, and when they start to brown, add the hot peppers, red bell peppers and onions to the frying pan. Cook for only a few minutes, then add the chicken.

Stir continuously in the Wok for 2-3 minutes, and then put the hazelnuts over the rest of the ingredients. Leave for a minute or two to be penetrated by the flavors in the pan, and complete the composition with the sauce prepared in advance.

The ingredients will be left over the hot flame for another 5 minutes, stirring the Wok constantly.

Now our Kung Pao Chicken is ready! It can be served with a simple rice garnish, but be very careful because it is incredibly hot.


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Chickpea and sesame rice is a perfect food for the week when we are always on the run. It is filling and very easy to prepare.

The seeds and soy sauce give it a taste and appearance of Chinese food, and coriander gives it a special oriental aroma.

An easy but very tasty recipe, here is how we prepare it:

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Chicken with nuts / Chicken Kung Pao

  • 300 gr skinless chicken breast, cut into 3 cm cubes / boneless and skinless thighs
  • 1 lg soy sauce
  • 1 lg rice wine / dry white wine
  • 1 l of oil
  • 1 lg (pure) starch
  • pepper
  • salt
  • 2-5 dried hot peppers (cut into 2-3 pieces if they are too long, preferably without seeds)
  • 4 cloves chopped garlic
  • 3 sprigs of green onion
  • 5 gr (1 tsp) finely chopped ginger (optional)
  • oil
  • 35-50 gr peeled hazelnuts (unsalted fried)
  • 2 lg soy sauce
  • 1 l of your black rice vinegar / balsamic vinegar
  • 1 lg rice wine
  • 1 l of your starch mixed with 1 lg of water
  • 1 your white sugar
  • * all ingredients are combined

Add the sauce and continue cooking for a few minutes, until it thickens a little.

Put the hazelnuts and chopped green onions (in 5 cm pieces) mix gently and turn off the heat.

Serve with rice.


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Otto, can you get me some Kung Pao chickens, but nuts? No problem, sir.

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