Chinese food in America can cost $3 all the way to $300. Is this the way it should be? Che Li https://www.yelp.com/biz/cheli-new-york?osq=che+li https://www.instagram.com/cheli.nyc/ Hutong https://www.yelp.com/biz/hutong-new-york https://www.instagram.com/hutongnyc/?hl=en Uluh https://www.yelp.com/biz/uluh-new-york https://www.instagram.com/uluh.ny/?hl=en Subscribe Here! http://bit.ly/FungBrosSub Check out my top videos! http://bit.ly/FungBrosTopVideos Join the Fung Bros community and get access to special discounts, livestreams,… Continue Reading MOST Expensive CHINESE FOOD in NEW YORK! $150 MEAL

Today marks the Traditional Chinese Festival: Dragon Boat Festival!!! Wish you all win the dragon boat racing!!! Eating zongzi (Chinese sticky rice dumplings) seems to be the most widespread activities in China ZONGZI(sticky rice dumplings) in Huzhou, Zhejiang, which is also called pillow zongzi for its shape How much do… Continue Reading Dragon Boat Festival: PILLOW-SHAPED Zongzi in Zhejiang

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Today, I am going to One Dragon to review some of it’s most popular menu items. As you know, One Dragon is one of the most famous and popular Shanghainese restaurants in the entire city of Houston. Each and every day this place will be immensely packed with a whole… Continue Reading Best Shanghainese Restaurant In Houston? One Dragon, Chinatown Food Tour | Chinese Food In Houston

Spring rolls, also named ‘spring pancakes’ (春饼) or ‘thin pancakes’ (薄饼), are a traditional Chinese New Year food. Get the recipe : https://www.tastelife.tv/recipe/spring-rolls-with-handmade-wrappers_679.html Masterchef Chen Yichun shares tips on how to make fresh spring roll wrappers and spring rolls at home with step by step instructions. #streetfood #springrolls #asmr Spring… Continue Reading How to Make Spring Rolls Wrappers l Authentic Chinese Food

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Under the umbrella of Chinese cuisine are countless regional styles. From this immense collection, one stands out century after century as the best of the best…Shandong. From its perch in northern China, the food of this land has travelled throughout the country and influences so many of it’s neighbors. Get… Continue Reading Shandong: King of the Cuisines – Wok N Roll – Episode 87 – BONTV

A classic Beijing dish, Zha Jiang Mian features ground pork and onion cooked in a rich savory brown sauce with a hint of sweetness, tossed with noodles and then served with crunchy cucumber. Recipe ➡︎ http://omnivorescookbook.com/homemade-zha-jiang-mian-fried-sauce-noodles/ ⬇︎⬇︎⬇︎Click more to see ingredients ⬇︎⬇︎⬇︎ INGREDIENTS Sauce 12 oz (340 g) ground pork… Continue Reading Zha Jiang Mian (Old Beijing Fried Sauce Noodle, 炸酱面) Recipe

Today we’re exploring Japan’s second largest Chinatown, Nankinmachi Kobe! We’ll take you on a Japan street food tour of Chinatown in Kobe city! 🚨 Sorry for the bad sound quality from 4:22 to 5:15, we used a copyright free song which now has been copyrighted so we have done our… Continue Reading Exploring Japan's 2nd largest Chinatown – Nankinmachi, KOBE | Street food paradise

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