What is Sichuan Chinese food?
Szechuan cuisine, which can also be called Sichuan cuisine or Szcehwan cuisine, is a type of Chinese cuisine that comes from the Sichuan province of southwestern China. Many Szechuan dishes incorporate a lot of garlic and chilli peppers.
Szechuan cuisine, which can also be called Sichuan cuisine or Szcehwan cuisine, is a type of Chinese cuisine that comes from the Sichuan province of southwestern China. Szechuan cuisine is typically a very spicy type of Chinese food and is also known for being very flavorful.
- Shacha sauce (Chinese: ??; Pe?h-ōe-jī: sa-te; also spelled sa cha sauce), or paste is a Chinese condiment primarily used in Fujian, Teochew, and Taiwanese cuisines. It is made from soybean oil, garlic, shallots, chilis, brill fish, and dried shrimp. It has a savory and slightly spicy taste.
- Chop suey (/ˈt??pˈsuːi/) is a dish in American Chinese cuisine and other forms of overseas Chinese cuisine, consisting of meat (often chicken, fish, beef, shrimp, or pork) and eggs, cooked quickly with vegetables such as bean sprouts, cabbage, and celery and bound in a starch-thickened sauce.
- Sesame Chicken is typically salty with a hint of sweetness, served with sesame seeds. General Tsos is typically sweeter with a little more heat and served with broccoli and carrots. The sauce is usually more red in color than the brown sauce served with sesame chicken.
- Mongolian beef (Chinese: ????; pinyin: Ménggǔ niúròu) is a dish served in Chinese-American and Chinese-Australian restaurants consisting of sliced beef, typically flank steak, and stir-fried with vegetables in a savory brown sauce, usually made with hoisin sauce, soy sauce, and chili peppers.
- Mongolia, a sparsely populated, mineral-rich country landlocked between Russia and China, is in an awkward geopolitical spot. For most of the 20th century, it was dominated by the Soviet Union, which installed a puppet regime. Before that, Mongolia was part of the Chinese Empire for two centuries.
- Religions in Mongolia. Traditionally, Mongols practiced Shamanism, worshipping the Blue Sky. However, Tibetan Buddhism (also called Vajrayana Buddhism) gained more popularity after it was introduced in 16th century. Tibetan Buddhism shared the common Buddhist goals of individual release from suffering and reincarnation
Updated: 17th October 2019