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Easy Chinese Recipes to Make at Home

 

Wanton Meal Kits

The 2021 Chinese New Year is almost coming. You know what that means? Good food coming our way! To make the most out of this season, make sure to enjoy some of the best meal kits in Davao City: the asian meal kits Malagos Homegrown Produce is offering in Davao City. Malagos Homegrown Produce recently released our Malagos Bundle Promos and here are some easy chinese recipes you can easily enjoy at home: 


Basic Chinese Fried Rice. Fried rice is extremely simple and when starting with cooked rice takes just a few minutes to prepare. This recipe requires green onions, eggs, salt and pepper, and soy sauce or oyster sauce. You can add meat and other vegetables if you like and turn this side dish into a quick meal. All the ingredients you need are already at Malagos Homegrown Produce so surely making this one won’t break you a sweat!


Wonton Noodle Soup. The Malagos Homegrown Produce has a Wonton meal kit that has pre-packaged ingredients of this scrumptious soup. So make sure to visit www.malagoshomegrownproduce.com to have your fill on this one. 


Oyster Sauce chicken. Oyster sauce chicken is a fantastic introduction to this essential ingredient. It's a quick recipe that cooks chicken thighs and basic vegetables in a frying pan which are simmered in a sauce of oyster and soy sauces, wine, and broth; everything is then served over rice. It takes just around 30 minutes and a single pan, so it's perfect for a busy night. From cold cuts to the vegetables you need, Malagos Homegrown Produce can help you on that. 


Samgyupsal. Who doesn’t love samgyup? It’s tasty and it just melts in your mouth. The Malagos Homegrown Produce also has a DIY Samgyup Meal Kit that will surely elevate your samgyupsal experience. From well seasoned meat, kimchi,  and sauces all paired with lettuce, it will surely make you want for more. 


Vegetable Chow Mien. When you're ready to try a veggie noodle dish using your new stir-fry knowledge, this vegetable chow mein is a delight. It uses bell pepper, onion, zucchini, shiitake mushrooms, ginger, and garlic, along with a sauce of oyster and soy sauces, rice vinegar, and sesame oil. It fries up quickly and the taste will impress everyone at the dinner table.


Orange Pork Chop Stir-Fry. Pork is a common ingredient in Chinese cuisine; you will find it in dumplings, egg rolls, and main dishes. You can also swap out the meat in almost any Chinese stir-fry recipe for pork and it will work beautifully. This orange chicken stir-fry uses pork chops which are easily cut into bite-sized cubes, and taste great in an orange sauce. For this stir-fry recipe, you will first marinate the pork and then stir-fry with vegetables in a soy and orange juice sauce. 


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