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Hi /ck/, New to cooking here. I want to try and make some delicious

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Hi /ck/,

New to cooking here.

I want to try and make some delicious chinese food! Don't crucify me, but I mean the western style. I.e. Honey chicken, honey soy chicken, mongolian beef, cantonese beef, etc.

All the take-away "classics".

Please help! :)

Thank you all kindly.
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Please halp. My skills are pleb tier - I need some good recipes from /ck/bros!
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>>7095133
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H7B8mdI38Eg

This guy cooks American-Chinese takeout food, not always the best recipe but good enough to start.
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>>7095198
Ty sir!
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>>7095133
Check out Khoan Vong on youtube. He runs a takeaway in England and posts up a lot of his recipes

Also Happywok on YT has a few takeaway style recipes
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>>7095133
An easy go to recipe I do on average twice a month, Szechuan (whatever meat...chicken, shrimp, steak etc.)

3tbsp sherry wine
3tbsp soy sauce
2tbsp water
1tbsp honey
1/2 tsp red pepper flaked
1/2 tsp cracked black pepper
1/2 tsp ginger powder (1/2 tbsp chopped root)
1 1/2 tsp garlic powder (2 minced cloves)
1 tsp cornstarch

Whisk together and pour into hot wok over meat, cooked carrots, snow peas and a chopped onion, serve on brown rice with some egg/spring rolls.
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>>7095335

>sherry
>not using mirin

Lolwut
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>>7095341
OP is new to cooking.
When you were new to cooking, I'm sure you weren't going to Asian markets...unless of course you are Asian.

Your post is epitome of pretentious.
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>>7095346

You can buy mirin in Walmart...

This is you:

>You're pretentious, unless you're Asian...in which case I'm sorry, I didn't mean to hurt your feelings...we cool dawg...pound it? pls pound it....pls respond
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>>7095341
>using mirin in chinese food
>>7095335
>telling people to use garlic and ginger powder
>>7095346
i don't know why you wouldn't shop at an asian supermarket if you wanted to cook asian food

unless they stock something but kikkoman, maybe your supermarkets are better
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>>7095364

mirin is better than hoisin sauce flavor wise for stir-fry, every chinese place around here uses mirin.
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>>7095385
Even if they use Mirin, what they're replacing with it is Shaoxing wine or Sherry not Hoisin sauce.

/ck/ please
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