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bing (Chinese bread)

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Another way to cook flat bread

120. Stir fried Chinese flat bread with mixed vegetables (V)

I am so sorry, I didn’t realize that it has been almost two weeks now since I posted last time. Again, ‘laziness’ — would you accept? :)) Another excuse is I have been busy with migrating the blog to the new hosting space. — So what do you think about the new ‘look’? It is [...]

Chinese thin bread for having fillings

Culture Note: Spring Day in China and spring flatbread recipe

  立春 和 春饼的做法 Spring Day is one of the twenty-four “solar terms” in Chinese tradition. It is called ‘Li Chun’, ‘Li’ (4) in traditional Chinese terms means ‘begin’, ‘Chun’ here refers to Spring. It means from this day onwards, the spring is beginning. It is normally on the 4th February each year. Sorry, this [...]

How to make Chinese flat bread with beef mince fillings featured Chinese recipe

105. Chinese bakery recipe: ‘open mouth’ flat bread with fillings

  Chinese flatbread Having a very warm Christmas and new years seems unreal — here is Valencia! In the morning, when I opened the curtains, the whole window was filled with blue colour, blue from the sky, not even a thread of cloud, and underneath, the buildings and streets are all brighting up in the [...]

93. Chinese flat bread recipe: layered flat bread northeast style (V)

93. Chinese flat bread recipe: layered flat bread northeast style (V)

— Homemade ‘Jin Bing” 筋饼 If you have been reading my posts,  you probably already know that I am kind of ‘crazy’ about Chinese flour based food, mainly, Chinese bread, and particularly Chinese flat bread. I find Chinese steamed bread without fillings a little ‘plain’ for me; I have to have it with soup, pickles [...]

How to make Chinese corn flour bread with fillings Chinese recipe

90. A traditional northeast Chinese recipe: steamed corn flour bread with garlic chives filling

Actually, the term ‘bread’ does not quite reflect the original Chinese name. I wonder if there is an easy, more accurate,  translation at all. In Chinese, these are called corn flour ‘tuan zi’, which literally means something like “rolling it up into a ball with fillings in the centre”. In my previous corn flour recipe, I [...]

How to make Chinese flat bread with spring onion Chinese recipe

77. Chinese flat bread with scallion: Cong You Bing (V)

Chinese Flat bread with scallion 葱油饼 I love flour based food, noodles, all kinds of Chinese ‘bread’ and ‘flat bread’, dumplings, baozi… If one day I am getting really really big, it will be because of the flour. :))) But, I cannot cut it off my diet, so I go to jogging more often… Ha… [...]

how to make Chinese flatbread with corn flour

74. Chinese Corn flour flatbread

Chinese corn flour flat bread 苞米面饼 Actually, I am not too sure about the translation into English — this is another ‘Bing’ recipe with corn flour, or maybe it can be called ‘corn flour bread’ or ‘corn flour pancake’ in English? Corn flour in Chinese cooking If you mention this corn flour flatbread in China, [...]

Making Chinese moon cake at home

Chinese Moon Cake with red bean fillings

Chinese moon cake Making moon cake at home Making moon cake at home? – I never thought I would even dare to try one day. Back home, people would give moon cake as gifts to each other, so they are ‘everywhere’, or if I like particular fillings, then there are too many choices!. Don’t even [...]

39. Chinese flat bread (fa mian bing)

39. Chinese flat bread (fa mian bing)

发面饼 Chinese bread varieties Traditional ‘Chinese bread’ comes across very differently to typical Western bread. What is called in English Chinese bread can actually be two different things: one is steamed bread with raising flour; the other one is light fried bread with plain flour or raising flour. And these two types can also be [...]

how to make Chinese oven baked shaobing at home

14. Oven baked Chinese bread: Shaobing

  烧饼 — Dianxin from North Chinese shao bing Chinese Shao Bing Shao bing always been one of my all time favourite food. I just love those crunchy layers and the smell of sesame. However, I only just learnt how to make shao bing in very recent years. Since I could not get it  over [...]

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