Fried rice originated from the kitchens of Chinese homes, where left over rice was made palatable by infusing it with various fillings and spices. Over the years it has become synonymous with Chinese cooking.
Named after the 19th century Chinese general from Yunnan, the dish embodies the philosophy of Chinese cooking of varied flavors. Toasted spices, citrus flavors of sun dried orange and the sweetness of caramelized soy.
A classic dish from the province of Sichuan. Blocks of pork belly blanched in salted water, cooled down, coated with soy and deep fried. Sliced and sautéed with a good mix of leeks, wood ear, hot red chilies and Sichuan peppercorn with a subtle hint of garlic, ginger roots a fermented chili bean paste.