Fukien Red Cooked Chicken — This Fukien Red-Cooked Chicken recipe gets its inspiration from a traditional
Chinese preparation. You'll enjoy the flavors in this dish. "Red cooking" is popular
throughout most of northern, eastern, and southeastern China. The name is derived
from the dark red-brown color that comes from the braising. Serve with hot cooked
rice and sprinkle with additional chopped green onions, if desired.
General Tso's Chicken — This is the famous chicken dish that is named after a famous 19th century Chinese
military leader. While General Tso's Chicken was invented in the United States,
it is based on an authentic Hunan dish that translates roughly as "ancestor
meeting place chicken."
Lion's Head Meatballs — Traditionally this Shanghai casserole dish featuring oversized pork meatballs
and greens is made with pork fat and cooked in a sand clay pot. The large meatballs
are meant to represent a lion, and the shredded greens its mane.