There’s a scene in Alan Alda’s The Four Seasons movie (1981) where the husbands in a group of married friends are cooking Chinese food for their wives at a cabin. They make a big show out of having packed proper woks, obsessively sourcing Asian eggplants and two pounds of fresh ginger root.13 nov. 2017There’s a scene in Alan Alda’s The Four Seasons movie (1981) where the husbands in a group of married friends are cooking Chinese food for their wives at a cabin. They make a big show out of having packed proper woks, obsessively sourcing Asian eggplants and two pounds of fresh ginger root.13 nov. 2017
- 1 What is the Chinese dish Four Seasons?
- 2 What are the noodles in Mr Mom?
- 3 Is the four seasons on Netflix?
- 4 What is Happy Family in Chinese food?
- 5 What is Dragon and Phoenix dish?
- 6 What noodles expand instantly?
- 7 What kind of noodles puff up in oil?
- 8 Where can I watch four seasons?
- 9 What is difference between chow mein and chop suey?
- 10 What is triple delight?
- 11 What does Subgum mean in Chinese food?
What is the Chinese dish Four Seasons?
A Four Seasons Platter is a luxurious small bites platter usually served during a Chinese wedding banquet. The four different appetizers or hors d’oeuvres represent the four seasons of spring, summer, autumn, and winter. Sometimes 2 or more food items may be served to represent a season.
What are the noodles in Mr Mom?
Mandalay is right, it is just deep fried rice noodles. The process is just take a pot and get few inches of oil heated up. Then take some dry rice noodles of a skinny variety and throw a small amount in the hot oil. they will instantly poof up into a squiggly fried crunchy mass.
Is the four seasons on Netflix?
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What is Happy Family in Chinese food?
And that is exactly what the dish Happy Family is! It is a popular Chinese stir-fry dish with colorful vegetables ( broccoli, water chestnuts, baby corn, bamboo shoots, mushroom, carrots, etc.), meats (beef, pork/BBQ Pork and chicken) and seafood (shrimp, lobster/crab meat and scallops) cooked in a simple brown sauce.
What is Dragon and Phoenix dish?
But what do a dragon and phoenix mean? A dragon and phoenix in American Chinese food usually stand for a chicken and shrimp meal, symbolizing the presence of the dragon (seafood) and the phoenix (poultry) in harmony. It may also include eel, snake, lobster, duck, or squab in more authentic Chinese food.
What noodles expand instantly?
Thai Crispy Rice Noodles. Those crispy white noodles that top several Asian dishes may seem like a fancy ingredient, but you can make them at home in no-time. Cooking them is a bit like magic as they instantly puff up when fried.
What kind of noodles puff up in oil?
Rice vermicelli noodles are so thin that they don’t really need to be cooked; to soften, simply pour hot water over them in a bowl, and drain them when soft, in 10 to 15 minutes. When deep-fried in hot oil, the noodles expand to form a tangled, delicate, crisp nest that’s often used as a garnish.
Where can I watch four seasons?
What is difference between chow mein and chop suey?
Chow mein is an established recipe where noodles are first boiled and then added at the end to a stir-fry of vegetables and sauce, keeping the noodles somewhat soft. There are no noodles in chop suey; instead, the stir-fried mixture is served over rice.
What is triple delight?
Choice beef tenderloin, sliced with chicken and fresh jumbo shrimp, sauteed with an assortment of Chinese vegetables in a special brown sauce.
What does Subgum mean in Chinese food?
Subgum or sub gum (traditional: 什錦; simplified: 什锦; Cantonese: sap6 gam2; pinyin: shí jǐn; literally “numerous and varied”) is a type of American Chinese dish in which one or more meats or seafood are mixed with vegetables and sometimes also noodles, rice, or soup.