4 Chinese Buffet Foods You Need to Try

Chinese Buffet Foods

It’s no secret that Chinese food is one of the most popular cuisines in America. We all love chinese buffets and chinese takeout, but do you know which chinese dishes are best? I found a list on Buzzfeed of 4 chinese buffet foods you need to try.

1. Egg drop soup

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Egg drop soup is a Chinese buffet food that’s made of eggs, chicken broth, cornstarch, salt and pepper. If you’re thinking “I’m allergic to eggs!” then don’t worry! You can substitute soy sauce for the eggs or just leave them out altogether. What makes egg drop soup so delicious are the vegetables like broccoli, carrots and celery. The vegetables are cut into small pieces which gives it a chunky texture. It is served with rice on the side because it needs something to soak up all of that yummy goodness in order to be enjoyed fully! Be sure not to forget the hot chili paste as well as this will provide an extra kick of flavor without adding any heat at all!

2. General Tso’s Chicken

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There are four chinese buffet foods you need to try. One of them is General Tso’s chicken.

General Tso’s Chicken is a chinese restaurant dish, named after Zuo Zongtang (Tso), the general who led the Hunan Army in suppressing the Taiping Rebellion in 1864-1866. It was introduced to America by chef Peng Chang-kuei in 1973 and has become popular there ever since. General Tso’s chicken is deep-fried pieces of boneless, skinless chiken tossed with sweet chili sauce and served over white rice or chow mein noodles. This dish tastes great when it’s hot out of the wok, but don’t worry if chinese buffet food isn’t available to you, General Tso’s chiken is easy enough to make at home.

This chinese dish has become a favourite of chinese buffet foods for chinese cuisine lovers and chinese restaurant lovers alike.

3. Green Bean Chicken

The green bean chicken is a popular chinese buffet dish that can be found at chinese buffets all over the country. The dish has many variations, but typically consists of deep-fried pieces of chicken served with chow mein noodles and topped with green beans. Green bean chicken is crunchy, savory, spicy and sweet all in one bite!

The most famous version may be the “Mongolian” style where it’s fried in a wok with onions, garlic and ginger to create an amazing flavor combination.

Green bean chicken is also great because it’s inexpensive for what you get – chow mein noodles are usually not expensive ingredients so they’re easy on your wallet.

It’s also very filling and chinese buffet food at its finest!

4. Orange Chicken

Orange chicken is a chinese dish that consists of fried chinese-style breaded chicken, mixed with orange marmalade and sauce. It is usually served on a bed of rice or chow mein noodles. The dish was created in the United States as a result of American chinese food culture mixing with china’s traditional cooking methods and flavors. This dish can be found at many Chinese restaurants across North America, but it originated from the Taiwanese cuisine called “Taojiang”. In this recipe, there are two kinds of dipping sauces: one for sweet dishes and another for salty dishes. Orange Chicken is also sometimes referred to as “Orange Pork” because it used to be made with pork instead of chicken. However, most chinese restaurants make this chinese chow mein dish with chicken because it tastes better.

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