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Fun Chinese Recipes for Kids

There are a lot of Chinese recipes out there that are
not only familiar but very fun to make. From egg rolls
to won tons, not only are they delicious but you can
get the entire family involved in the cooking process.

Kids love to make egg rolls and won tons and enjoy
having the freedom to put their own ingredients
inside.

A fun way to change around your typical egg roll
recipe is to let your family decide what goes into
them. You can use anything from cheddar cheese and ham
to peanut butter and jelly.

The fun part is the rolling. It’s a great family
experience to sit together and create something. Even
if it doesn’t turn out perfect, it’s the effort that
makes it great.

Won tons are basically smaller and differently shaped
egg rolls and are a lot of fun to make too. Even a 4
year old can make a won ton so families of all ages
can do this together.

Traditionally, won tons have ground pork, onions, and
special Chinese vegetables and seasoning but just like
egg rolls, you can mix it up a little.

Some cream cheese or frosting inside and some cinnamon
and sugar can make for an interesting treat that
everyone will like.

For older kids, you can teach them to make almost
anything if they are willing. They can help chop
vegetables, learn to cook rice, or even make a stir
fry with little help.

It can be very rewarding to have your family help in
the kitchen and it might even become a hobby or career
for them one day.

 

Good Chinese Recipes for Beginners

Choosing a good Chinese recipe can be hard if you have
never prepared much Chinese food in the past. With
ingredients you may not be used to and cooking styles
you are unfamiliar with, it might seem a little scary
when looking through recipes.

It’s best to start with something easy and fun unless
you are an experienced cook or you know exactly what
you want. If you absolutely love pot stickers, you
might try making those.

For most people, the best Chinese recipes to start
with are single course dishes. The easiest are usually
rice, a few vegetables and one kind of meat.

If you get more complex than that, you might have too
much going on at once and it can feel overwhelming.
It’s very easy to start some rice and cook your meal
while the rice is cooking.

Rice usually takes about 20 minutes and it should take
about that long to cut some meat and vegetables and
get them cooking. Stir fry is the easiest thing to
cook. It’s basically meat and vegetables seared over
high heat while stirring constantly.

When choosing a Chinese recipe, you should keep in
mind how many people you are going to feed. If it’s
just a meal for one or two, you can get a little
fancier and try a couple different types of sauce.

If you are feeding kids, you can’t go wrong with
something familiar like sweet and sour chicken. If you
try to serve up a bunch of Chinese bean pancakes, the
kids might protest.

It’s always best to start small and try something
familiar.

 

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