Shrimp Balls

Xiayuan

Appears in

Mrs. Chiang’s Szechwan Cookbook

By Ellen Schrecker

Published 1976

  • About

Flavor: Unique — Meal: Almost in Advance, Fried — Dinner: Menu

Despite its regional differences, China has essentially been, throughout most of its long history, one country with a unified culture. The written language bears this out, and so, too, does the food. Provincial cuisines are quite distinctive, but cooking methods like chao, or stir-frying, are much the same all over China. You can find chaomian, or fried noodles, everywhere. Shrimp balls are equally ubiquito

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