Chinese takeout recipes you can make at home

You’ll find various lists of the “top 10 most-ordered” foods for take-out Chinese, menu items such as orange chicken, pot stickers and wonton soup. Most aren’t easy to prepare at home, which is one reason, over and above global pandemics, why woks at Chinese restaurants are busy always.

But a couple of very popular Chinese restaurant menu items are easy to make at home — and might be better for it. But for a couple of special ingredients (such as toasted sesame seed oil or sweet soy sauce, increasingly available at mainline groceries), they are hot and sour soup and fried rice.

Tips for making Asian restaurant-style fried rice:

  • This is universal advice for preparing rice. Always rinse raw rice before cooking it (except for making risotto). That removes a lot of surface starch from the grains and makes for more separable grains.
  • For fried rice, try to use day-old
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These kitchenware essentials will make cooking a breeze!

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Accumulating kitchen essentials can be daunting. It’s a rite of passage for anyone embarking on a cooking journey, but with so many options it can be overwhelming! Luckily, Add To Cart has you covered. From a 5-in-1 “Swiss Army” pan to a hot skillet handle cover holder, these kitchenware essentials will be your mealtime lifelines. 

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Delicious Miss Brown Kardea Brown New Food Network DealTheWrap

“Delicious Miss Brown” star Kardea Brown has signed a new two-year exclusive deal with Food Network, TheWrap has learned exclusively.

As part of the extended pact, the cable channel has renewed Brown’s Southern cooking show for a sixth season, which is beginning production this fall and will debut in 2022.

Shot on location in Charleston, S.C., and currently airing its fifth season, Brown’s “Delicious Miss Brown” “shares the family events, culture and recipes close to Kardea’s heart,” per Food Network. “Born and raised on the Sea Islands of Charleston, Kardea grew up in a big family with a love for food, especially the cherished recipes they passed down from generation to generation.”

“Delicious Miss Brown” Season 5, which debuted Aug. 29, has been viewed by more than 3.5 million viewers to date, according to Food Network. During the show’s Sunday at 12 p.m. ET/PT time slot, Food Network currently ranks

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