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A chewy treat on a stick made with balls of glutinous rice flour dough, boiled first and then grilled on a skewer.

Deliciously easy shrimp foil packet recipes

Are you ready to embark on a culinary adventure that combines convenience, flavor, and creativity into one mouth-watering package? Say hello to shrimp foil packets! These versatile, easy-to-prepare meals will delight your taste buds while also accommodating various dietary needs. Let’s dive into the world of shrimp foil packets and discover how to perfect them, customize them, and present them like a pro!

Sorrel soup

A simple soup particularly popular in Eastern European countries. It is normally made with sorrel, water and salt. Other ingredients, such as potatoes or beaten eggs,can be added. The soup is usally served with hard-boiled eggs or sour cream.


Congee is a type of rice porridge that has been a staple in Chinese cuisine for centuries. It is often served at breakfast or late-night meals, and is a common offering at temples. Moreover, congee is traditionally eaten when one is ill as it is easily digestible and nutritious.

Chinese hot pot

This hot pot recipe brings the warmth and flavors of traditional Chinese hot pot to your dining table. It's a delightful and interactive experience that will gather family and friends for a memorable meal. Hot pots originated in northern China, gradually spreaded through the country and evolved into various regional styles, ecah reflecting local tastes and ingredients.

Hot and sour soup

The hot and sour soup represents a balance of contrasting flavors, where the vinegar's sourness is balanced with the chili's heat, similar to the balance of yin and yang.

The soup is customarily consumed during the winter months due to its warming properties.  It's also particularly popular during Chinese New Year celebrations due to the belief that sour foods cleanse the body and help usher in a fresh start.

Sand plum jelly

Sand plum jelly is made by cooking the fruit until it is soft and then straining the juice. The juice is then boiled with sugar until it thickens into a jelly. Sand plum jelly is a popular spread for toast, biscuits, and pancakes. It can also be used to make pies, jams, and other desserts.