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CHINESE COOKING - CHINESE CHICKEN RECIPES, DUCK RECIPE

Chinese Chicken RecipesChicken and duck are the principal poultry in the Chinese kitchen and there are innumerable ways in which they can be served, many of them new to the Western world, for instance, 'Paper Wrapped Chicken'. They range from the simple to the exotic. The more familiar ones to the West are the appetizing Sweet and Sour chicken and orange chicken; the flavorful Sesame Chicken and Garlic Chicken, and the savory Kung Pao Chicken, just to name a few. Some of them would be ideal for appetizers and salad.

Chicken and Vegetables Stir FryChickens are considered something a little more special than just meat by Chinese. One large chicken can often be worked in several different ways. For instance, the white meat can be sliced to make a stir-frying dish. Dark meat and bones can be used for slow-cooking soup. The meat in the soup, if not overcooked, can be used to make White Cut Chicken, or combined with dark soy sauce to make one form of Red-Cooked Chicken, an Eastern or Shanghai style cooking. With young chicken, after the white meat is used in shallow fry, the other parts can be used in deep fry. Thus, Chinese have names like Chicken-in-Three-Flavors or three dishes coming from one chicken.

While most Westerners discard them, chicken giblets and other parts such as necks are veryChinese Sesame Chicken usefulin the Chinese kitchen. Some like them better than meat and chicken. Chicken gizzards, hearts, skinned feet and necks make beautifully clear stock. Chicken livers are never used in the stock but are reserved for inclusion in special dishes, or cooked as a dish itself. The feet have more goodness than one might think and is very delicious cooked in Chinese recipes. For soup, Chinese usually use big fat hens. When the recipe calls for spring chicken, it is usually young roosters.

When buying chicken, look for bright eyes and moist toes and skin, indications that they are healthy. They should be free from bruises and blemishes too. Gourmets seek out "free-range" chickens, which are allowed access to the outdoors rather than being confined to henhouses and are fed a vegetarian diet. These conditions result in tastier meat but are costly; free-range chickens are generally much more expensive than mass-produced birds.

Beijing DuckRelative to chicken, duck is more commonly used in China than in the West, probably because of the greater variety of ways of preparing it. The Chinese are credited with being the first to raise ducks for food, over 4,000 years ago. Ducks are slow-boiled, red-cooked, or roasted, but very rarely stir-fried. There are several ways of salting ducks. One form is to salt them, dry in the sun, and then cook by steaming. Another form is to store in vegetable oil and take out to steam as needed. These forms are very common in Guang Dong. Peking duck, a dish famous throughout the world, is a traditional Chinese dish that takes several hours to prepare and involves coating the duck with a sweet-and-sour sauce, then roasting it.

Always discard the tail-end, including the oil pouch (just above the tail) of the duck before cooking. Most people object to the strong-odor it gives out.

In the US , the government grades duck quality by USDA classifications A, B and C. The highest grade is A, and is what is usually found in markets. Grade B ducks are less meaty and well finished; grade C ducks are typically used for commercial purposes. The grade stamp can be found within a shield on the package wrapping or sometimes on a tag attached to the bird's wing.


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Serving Peking Duck with Pancake, Scallions, Cucumber and Hoisin Sauce

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CHINESE CHICKEN RECIPES | CHINESE DUCK RECIPES

- Sesame Chicken with Chinese Cabbage & Broccoli
- Lemon Chicken
- Stir Fry Chicken and Noodles
- Stir Fry Spicy Orange Turkey
- Cashew Chicken
- Barbecued Turkey Wings & Drums Chinese Style
- Hazelnut Chicken Mandarin
- Stir Fried Hazelnut Chicken
- Hoisin Chicken & Radish Stir Fry
- Easy Chicken in Plum Sauce
- Orange Chicken with Peanuts
- Spicy Stir Fried Chicken
- Stir Fried Chicken with mixed Vegetables
- Batter Coated Chicken in Sweet & Sour Sauce
- General Tsao's Chicken
- Kung Pao Chicken
- Empress Chicken Wing
- StirFried Chicken Gizzards & Liver
- Drunken Chicken
- Chicken and Dried Beancurd
- Tangerine Chicken
- Chicken Wing Braised in Red Wine
- Sweet Chicken Wings with Oyster Sauce
- Curried Chicken w/ Coconut Juice
- Chicken with Hot Oil Sauce
- Duck with Almonds
- Braised Duck
- Peking Deep-Fried Chicken Pieces
- Smoked Chicken

- Sweet and Sour Chicken
- Sweet and Sour Chicken 2
- Walnut Chicken
- Walnut Chicken 2
- Deep Fried Almond Chicken
- Stir Fried Almond Chicken
- Almond Chicken with Vegetables
- Easy Chicken Wing Recipe
- Easy Chicken Wing Recipes 2
- Easy Chicken Wing Recipes 3
- Easy Chicken Wing Recipes 4
- Easy Chicken Wing Recipes 5
- Black Pepper Chicken Wing
- Honey Chicken Wing
- Spicy Chicken Wing
- Sesame Chicken Wing
- Sweet & Sour Chicken Wing
- Whiskey Chicken Wing
- Cantonese Roast Duck
- Garlic Chicken
- Moo Goo Gai Pan
- Cashew Chicken 2
- Cantonese Roast Duck 2
- Redcooked Ducks' Webs
- Peking Duck
- Stewed Duck's Webs with Pumpkin
- Stewed Chicken with Chestnuts
- Steamed Chicken Wrapped in Lotus Leaves
- Stir-Fried Chicken in Hot Sesame Sauce
- Crispy Duckling
- White-cooked Boiled Chicken

Chinese Orange Chicken
Chinese Sweet and Sour Chicken
More Chinese chicken recipes listed below on next page:

- Salted Chicken
- Ginger Duck (M)
- Breast of Chicken with Broccoli
- Egg Braised Chicken
- Sliced Chicken Breast with Chinese Eggplant in Garlic Sauce
- Chicken Chop Suey
- Piquant Chicken, Szechuan Style
- Chicken in Oyster Sauce
- Chinese Szechuan Chicken
- Mongolian Chicken
- Deep Fried Chicken in Orange Juice
- Fried Chicken with Scallion Sauce
- Soy Sauce Chicken
- Chicken with Shallot Casserole
- Yam Duck
- Black Bean Chicken
- Chicken Wings with Vegetables
- Abalone Chicken
- Steamed Stuffed Duck
- Braised Bean Sprouts with Chicken Testicles
- Diced Chicken with Brown Chili Sauce
- Fairy Duck
- Roast Duck Slices with Kale
- Crisp-skin Stuffed Chicken Wings
- Longgang Chicken soaked in Fine Stock
- Baked Chicken Wings with Parsley
- Chicken Thighs in Tangy Sauce
- Spicy Chicken Wings
- Baked Chicken Livers
- Steamed Chicken with Pineapple
- Empress Chicken
- Stewed Chestnut Chicken
- Steamed Chicken with Chinese Sausages
- Chicken in Wine
- Stewed Chicken with Chinese Herb
- Minced Pigeon / Chicken
- Pan Fried Chicken in Wine
- Chicken with Dried Chillies
- Stir-Fried Lemon Chicken

- Fried Eight Piece Chicken
- Jellied Duckling
- Black Bean Recipe (M)
- Chicken with Pineapple (M)
- Stir Fried Chicken Special
- Red-cooked Chicken
- Chicken Sticks
- Chinese Hot and Spicy Chicken
- Chinese Chicken Fingers
- Hunan Chicken
- Braised Chicken with Pepper
- Taro Chicken
- Cilantro Pigeon
- Tasty Roast Chicken Liver
- Sliced Chicken Simple
- Chicken with Chinese Mushrooms
- Jewelled Duck (Chinese New Year Recipe)
- Braised Chicken
- Salt Baked Chicken
- Dragon-like Skewered Chicken Wings
- Deep-fried Chicken with Crisp Skin
- Sauté Chicken Balls with Serving Sauce
- Cold-dressed Cucumber and Roast Duck Shreds
- Fried Chicken with Lemon Juice
- Crisp and Savory Duck
- Salt Roasted Chicken East River Style
- Fried Chicken with Walnuts
- Fried Chicken Fillet with Peanuts
- Dice Chicken with Tomato Sauce
- Sliced Cold Chicken
- Chicken and Vegetables Kebabs
- Stir-Fried Chicken Fillet w/ Salted Fish & Spring Onions
- Shredded Chicken with Oyster Sauce
- Velvet Chicken and Sweet Corn
- Home-Style Rice Wine Chicken
- Easy Roasted Herbal Chicken
- Crispy Roasted Duck Legs with Pancakes

(M) = Microwave Recipe


Chicken Cooking Tips

1. How to make chicken broth...
2. Chicken Cooking Basics
3. How to Fry Chicken Perfectly
4. How to Carve a Chicken
5. How to Bake Chicken
6. Chicken Cooking Tips
7. How to Microwave Chicken
8. How to Stir Fry Chicken
9. How to Roast Chicken
10. Cutting Up a Whole Chicken
11. How to Grill Chicken Breast
12. How to Make Chicken Stock
13. Chicken Recipes
14. How to Steam Chicken
15. How to Poach Chicken
16. How to Check Chicken for Doneness


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