Chicken wings, salmon and slaw are quick and easy Chinese cuisine recipes. To make a sesame oil chicken wings appetizer, cut the wings into three pieces. Cook for 15 minutes over low heat with water, soy sauce, garlic and green onion. Add sesame oil, simmer for 15 minutes, bring to a boil and add a dash of sesame oil. Immediately remove the pan from the heat, and serve the sesame chicken wings after they cool.
You can make a Chinese salmon and sauce main dish in 20 minutes. Start by making a sauce with soy sauce, rice vinegar, sugar, sesame oil and chopped green onions. Include 1 inch of minced, fresh ginger and 1 finely minced garlic clove. Set the sauce aside.
Cut the salmon into bite-size pieces, sprinkle with salt and let rest for five minutes. Pat the salmon with paper towels, dip in flour and fry in vegetable oil for about two to three minutes per side to crisp the skin. Drain the oil from the pan, coat the salmon bites with the sauce and garnish with cilantro.
To make a no-cook Chinese slaw, combine shredded green cabbage, shredded carrots, sliced green onions and thinly sliced red bell pepper. Top with soy sauce, toasted sesame seeds, grated fresh ginger, sweet rice wine and rice vinegar. Add dark sesame oil and sugar. Toss, and let the slaw rest for 15 minutes before serving.