what is your favorate Chinese food?

@apgh09 (514)
United States
December 22, 2009 8:54pm CST
I love vegi fried rice with lots of soy sauce and hot mustard,what is your favorite Chines food?
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12 responses
• China
22 Jan 10
Hi,apgh,I'm confused here,as a Chinese,first I have to say something.Most of us Chinese don't eat mustard.I think mustard is popular in Japan.I'm happy for u love Chinese food,oh yeah,I love vegi fried rice too.I have many favorite foods,but recently I love spicy lung slices or "couple"lung slices very much.But really hot,u can have a try,btw actually this dish isn't made by lung.Haha,all the best:)
• China
22 Jan 10
Hi,me again,bcz,I didn't notice u r a vegetarian.Then the dish I recommend above u can ignore.:P
@apgh09 (514)
• United States
23 Jan 10
hi really I had no idea that Chinese don't eat mustard that much wow you learn something new everyday ! so if its not made by lungs than what is is made of ??? thanks for posting !
• China
23 Jan 10
HI,apgh,ur welcome.As I know,it is made of other organs from the pig like it's heart,stomach,ears and something but I'm sure lung is out.I really don't want to tell u the material of this dish in detail,bcz I think maybe it is impolite to introduce it to a vegetarian.All the best.
@madteaparty (2762)
• Japan
23 Dec 09
My favourite chinese food... I can't decide between kuo tie and... sorry, I don't know the name in chinese. Here we call it nikuman. It's those buns stuffed with meat. They're really delicious! Now I feel like eating nikuman and kuo tie
@apgh09 (514)
• United States
23 Dec 09
hi, or konnichiwa, i know there are several languages in japan but that is the only thing i know smile, that sounds good, well here in the states its 11pm time to go to bed but you on the other hand should be getting up pretty soon and can get some nikuman. smile what form of Japanese do you speak ?
• Japan
23 Dec 09
Several languages? Maybe you mean dialects? I speak standard Tokyo Japanese, nothing special Have a nice time in the US!
@apgh09 (514)
• United States
23 Dec 09
hi madteaparty, I mean languages I have read a little about the geisha culture and it explains there are different Japanese languages, I know that there are probably a few different Japanese dialects depending are what part of Japan you live in its like that here in the USA people from New York sound different from people in California and they sound different from people in Tennessee buts its all still English.
• China
24 Dec 09
hello, i am a chinese,i am very happy that you are interest in chinese food. let me tell you ,there are innumberable of chinese characteristic snack in different province.and welcome you to china to have a real reast.
@apgh09 (514)
• United States
30 Dec 09
hi, there is a Asian grocery that i absolutely love to go to, they have food from all the Asian countries China, japan, Thailand, Philippines etc..... I just wish I could read the food packaging because it looks good But I dont know whats in it, but then there are allot of packages that do have engish, I like peanut soup, and there is this flavored jello that is made from seaweed oh its so good, and there is the tapioca drinks there is a strawberry flavored on that is my favorite, and for snacks i like the coated peanuts they have flavors like coffee, and coconut yum yum and oh i cant forget the rice cakes with the sesame seeds. I eat the whole pack in one day. is there anything else that you can recommend me trying, I am a vegetarian so nothing with meat please, thanks !
@emarie (5454)
• United States
23 Dec 09
Chow Fun..not much people know of this but it's the thicker rice noodles. not the thin ones. it's about 1/2-1 inch wide and not egg noodles. other then that I like Manapua.
@apgh09 (514)
• United States
30 Dec 09
hi i have not heard of those noodles before or if i did I did not know the proper name.
@fsll518 (304)
• China
23 Dec 09
As for fried rice, i like Yangchou fried rice, or sea food fried rice. I also like dumplings. I like fish-flavored toufu. I like all the other Chinese cuisines too :D
@apgh09 (514)
• United States
23 Dec 09
hi, i never had dumplings before because they are always filled with meat. But if they ever made a vegetarian one I'm sure it would be good.
@thenieruz (137)
• United States
23 Dec 09
I love General Tso's but sadly there is only one place around here who doesn't skimp on the chicken and uses less breading/filler.
@apgh09 (514)
• United States
23 Dec 09
hi that's not right being stingy on the chicken!!! yes that is good too! when there is full of chicken.
@roberten (3131)
• United States
23 Dec 09
No question, Sesame Chicken with Fried Rice and Egg Rolls (& don't forget the Fortune Cookie)...Mmm-Mmm-Mmm; now that's good eats!
@apgh09 (514)
• United States
23 Dec 09
hi that sounds good, yes the fortune cookie is the best part ha ha.
@avani26 (1521)
• India
20 Mar 10
My favourite is Chicken fried Rice alongwith Chilli Chicken and I do love their soups they are delicious.
• United States
5 Mar 10
My favorite are sweet and sour pork, asian crispy chicken, paper wrapped chicken, sweet and sour shrimp and general's chicken. Also the almond cookies that come after the meal. There is one restaurant in Reno that made asian crispy chicken and I can't seem to find it anywhere.
@mudeshu (31)
• China
22 Feb 10
fried mixed sea food,pork with cabbage &egg,hot pepper minced pork dish,fried beef with spring onion,bean curd salad,egg&tomato,double cooked beans,mushrooms and fresh greens
14 Feb 10
Some of the best vegetarian chinese dishes I've had was at a restaurant in Macau. It was a mock fish dish made from bean curd. The texture was amazing and the sauce was just perfect - I didn't miss the meat at all. It was so tender, even slightly flaky. They also had really good spring rolls; I think it had bamboo shoots or lotus root.
• Canada
24 Jan 10
I cant decide from Curry Puffs(chinese style) Fish Balls and Lemon Chicken They are all so good! I cant resist them for long!