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How to make Chinese food like Chinese restaurant in the USA?

Question by anonymous: How to make Chinese food like Chinese restaurant in the USA?
The Chinese food in Chinese restaurants in the USA may not be authentic but there are certain food item I see on the buffet that I want to make. I can’t seem to find a website for this. Does anyone know of a website where I can make Chinese restaurant food?
Every chinese restaurant I visit seems to have the exactly same food.
I don’t know the name of it but every Chinese restaurant has it. It is chicken in some type of batter. It is dark reddish thick sauce and sweet.
I can’t find a picture of it.

Not sweet and sour chicken.

Best answer:

Answer by secretkessa
http://www.cookingcache.com/cat/chinese_recipes

http://www.bellaonline.com/articles/art19384.asp

http://www.recipelink.com/rcpchinese.html

http://www.fooddownunder.com/cgi-bin/search.cgi?q=copycat

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5 thoughts on “How to make Chinese food like Chinese restaurant in the USA?”

  1. No
    Each owner and Chef has their ‘secret’ methods and recipes..
    maybe a couple of $ 100 bills they might let you watch..but not close..
    HA

  2. Tell us what you want to make. Give the description and taste. Then only we could make some recommendations.

  3. Thats hard to answer because there are different versions of Chinese food for different regions. Back in MA most of the restaurants are Cantonese which is where you get really good flavorfull fried rice recipes and really really good wonton soup. In Colorado most of the restaurants are Sezuane so you get really good spicy dishes like Kung pao but crappy fried rice and crappy won ton soups. Basically if you try something at a restaurant you like find out what region the owners are from and you’ll be able to look the recipes up easier.

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