The World of Food: Asia: Recipes

Issue: September 30, 2006

Szechuan Chicken Salad   Saté Peanut Dipping Sauce   Roghan Josh Szechuan Chicken Salad Poultry, chicken in particular, has been an important part of Chinese cooking for thousands of years. The Chinese consider the chicken a symbol of rebirth and use it in many ways in their kitchens—from beggar's chicken (baked in a plasterlike shell) to drunken chicken (cooked in rice wine).

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