Chinese cuisine
Rice noodles
with vegetables and meat
Steamed meat
dumplings
Soy noodles
with vegetables
Pork with
sour and sweet sauce
Shrimps
in spicy sauce
Almond
chicken
Cantonese
Rice
Spring
rolls
Rice noodles
with vegetables and meat
The ideal dish for an Asian delicious meal. Thin strips of carrots, onions and courgettes, sautéed in wok with pork, eggs and rice noodles. To be enjoyed hot.
Steamed meat
dumplings
Steamed meat dumplings, with their typical crescent shape, are stuffed with pork, Chinese cabbage, green onion and soy sauce. In China they are served as an appetizer or snack, flavored with soy sauce or soy vinegar.
Soy noodles
with vegetables
An healthy and tasty dish. Soy noodles are the perfect start to flavour with delicious ingredients: peppers, zucchini, carrots. Soy sauce gives a savoury touch, enhancing the flavor of each ingredient.
Pork with
sour and sweet sauce
The perfect balance between sweetness and sour taste is achieved thanks to the marinating of the meat and the careful preparation of the sauce, added in the wok for the final cooking of the pork. Peppers and pineapple complete the rich combinations of flavors. This dish with ancient origins is one of the few of...
Shrimps
in spicy sauce
The delicate taste of shrimps is enhanced by the tasty hot pepper sauce. A combination of delicious flavors that goes perfectly with steamed rice or vegetables.
Almond
chicken
Healthy and greedy food. Almond chicken is a classic recipe of Chinese cuisine in which soft chicken nuggets are cooked in wok, accompanied by a creamy combination of almonds, soy sauce and bamboo sprouts. To be enjoyed alone or with basmati rice.
Cantonese
Rice
Cantonese rice is the most tipical Chinese dish, light but rich in nutrients. Rice, peas, egg and tasty cooked pork’s shoulder nuggets. This delicate combination has conquered the world.
Spring
rolls
A crunchy wrap filled with fresh vegetables. Spring rolls are one of the typical Cantonese cuisine’s starters. Thay are so called because they are traditionally consumed in occasion of the Chinese New Year, that marks the beginning of spring.