Friday, March 19, 2010

Aquamarine - Chinese Cuisine

March's birthstone is a gemstone known as Aquamarine . This beautiful birthstone means "water of the sea". China is the second biggest source of this gemstone and it has had an influence on Chinese cuisines. Chinese cuisine can be very hot and spicy or it can be very plain and simple. Chinese food varies greatly from region to region, reflecting the country's ethnic and cultural diversity.
In the long history of Chinese cooking, some of their cooking methods have become quite extensively used. These techniques include Stir frying, Deep frying, Steaming and Boiling. These well known cooking techniques are passed down through generations, from grandmother to granddaughter, both at home and abroad.
Here are some of my favorite Chinese recipes.


1. Beef Peanut
2. Orange Chicken
3. Sesame Chicken
4. Lion's Head Meatballs

You can find the recipes from below address.

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