More ideas from K
A ding dish is any Chinese stir-fry in which the chicken and vegetables are diced into little cubes, and crunchy ingredients like nuts are added for texture. Kung Pao Chicken is perhaps the best known example, but Cashew Chicken Ding isn't far behind. In this version, the chicken is stir-fried with mushrooms, jicama, celery, bell pepper, and cashews.

Cashew Chicken Ding With Jicama, Celery, and Red Bell Pepper - going to make this with tofu instead!

Our favorite take on a Chinese-American classic combines seared marinated beef with tender-crunchy broccoli coated in a sweet oyster sauce flavored with garlic, ginger, and scallions. The key to great flavor is extremely high heat. I recommend cooking this directly over a hot coal grill.

Serious Eats Food Lab: Chinese-American Beef and Broccoli With Oyster Sauce I will eat anything Kenji makes.