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zlamushka

a recipe fan is hungry

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zlamushka

da jia hao,

I looooooooooove chinese SPICY food. Does anybody have some recipes that will make my mouth burn ???

a web site would help, too.

i particulary enjoyed DAN DAN MIAN and SHUI ZHU YU. Does anybody know how to make these ?

CHinese, german, english - all are okay.

thanks

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realmayo

Try something by this woman:

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here's a good link, it gives four excellent recipes at the bottom:

http://www.penguin.co.uk/static/cs/uk/0/food/fuchsia_dunlop.html

her book, where the receipes are from, is terrific.

if you want her dan dan mian, go to:

http://www.uktvfood.co.uk/index.cfm?uktv=recipes.recipe&iID=516692

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liuzhou
shui zhu yu (Chinese)

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doumeizhen

Whenever I cook I first cook dried sichuan peppers in the oil until it turns yellow, then take them out (because they numb your mouth), and add regular dried peppers and cook those in the oil until they turn bownish, and then cook the food in the oil. Yum. Kinda like shuizhuyu, I suppose. The hot peppers that are leftover at the end make an excellent, and spicy, after dinner treat as you suck the juices out of them.

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zhenhui

Yumm... i love chilli too... have the nickname chilli queen among my friends!

Usually goes to recipezaar for my recipes...they have spicy chinese food too. :)

http://www.recipezaar.com/r/254/116

Live to eat! YAY!

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skylee

My brother has sent me this recipe (I have no idea if it works) -

芒果糯米糍

將芒果切開

起芒果肉..........待用

250g 糯米粉

加一包芒果汁.......相等 250ml

加10茶匙糖........ :shock:

一定要.............一點一點加入糯米粉,否則變成一團!

一直攪........一直攪

攪到粒狀消失

拿去叮4分鐘(不要問我為啥要4分鐘)............及一定要用蓋蓋着,否則會叮乾,沒用!

Ok..........取出,小心好熱!!

準備椰絲............

由於用光即棄膠手套,今次用保鮮紙頂替,並搽點牛油,避免黏手!

搓......

加上芒果粒......

再搓...........

黏上椰絲...........

DONE..............

重覆.......

試試吧............各位!

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