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15 Chinese Dishes You Can Make At Home

Cooking Light Logo Cooking Light | Slide 1 of 15: Most commonly known for dishes such as fried rice, lo mein and dumplings, Chinese cuisine is both exciting and comforting. Try our healthier homemade versions to ensure you keep calories, fat, and sodium in check without sacrificing any of your favorite flavors. Traditional Cantonese dumplings feature pork and mushrooms, but this version is completely vegetarian. Cabbage, apples, and tofu get spiked with hot sesame oil, soy sauce, rice wine, and a few other seasonings and aromatics. If you’ve never made Chinese dumplings before, this is an easy place to start.  View Recipe: Steamed Vegetable Sui-Mai Dumplings with Chili-Sesame Oil

The Flavors of China

Most commonly known for dishes such as fried rice, lo mein and dumplings, Chinese cuisine is both exciting and comforting. Try our healthier homemade versions to ensure you keep calories, fat, and sodium in check without sacrificing any of your favorite flavors.

Traditional Cantonese dumplings feature pork and mushrooms, but this version is completely vegetarian. Cabbage, apples, and tofu get spiked with hot sesame oil, soy sauce, rice wine, and a few other seasonings and aromatics. If you’ve never made Chinese dumplings before, this is an easy place to start.

View Recipe: Steamed Vegetable Sui-Mai Dumplings with Chili-Sesame Oil

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