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TV fashion expert Gok Wan takes to the kitchen is his new cookbook Gok Cooks Chinese, bringing you 80 delicious family recipes. We've got three copies of the book up for grabs along with three sample recipes, including black beans tofu, spicy chicken prawn parcels and spicy stir fried prawns with cashew nuts.

 

Win A Copy Of The Book (Worldwide)

For your chance of winning, simply leave a comment below telling us what your favourite chinese dish is?

Congratulations to Margo X, Joanne N and Francesca F.

 

Black Beans & TofuSpicy Chicken & Prawn ParcelsSpicy Stir Fried Prawns With Cashew Nuts

You can pick up a copy of the book now from Penguin Books »

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MischievousRaven
MischievousRaven · Shrewsbury, England, GB · 51 projects
I love king prawn chow mein, simple but yummy Happy
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Lizzie M
Lizzie M
I love Peking duck and I really want to try Papa Wan's quick version from the series!
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Rachael S.
Rachael S.
Spicy cashew king prawns with sticky fragrant rice! YUM! <3
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Ellen C.
Ellen C. · Brisbane, Queensland, AU
Steamed prawn dumplings, was there any doubt?! there is this guy at my local Sunday market who makes the most mouthwatering dumplings, you know, the kind you dream about... or is that just me?
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helen b.
helen b. · Salford, England, GB · 1 project
egg fried rice
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Andrea S.
Andrea S.
My favourite is Kai fu tofu with tomatoes, chilli and choi sum.
Discovered in Hong Kong and made frequently for the last 20 years. I think I need new recipes.
Andrea
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Ayesha J.
Ayesha J. · Preston, England, GB
Moo shu pork! My absolute favourite
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Margo X.
Margo X. · London, GB · 33 projects
Dan dan noodles...I could eat them every day.
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Makani V.
Makani V. · South Shields, England, GB · 1 project
Oooh, I love crispy duck Happy Always have and always will!
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Luiza S.
Luiza S. · Brasília, Federal District, BR · 22 projects
Chop-suey, no doubt.
It's the combination of beef strips with celery that is so amazing and a bit unexpected.
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Heather R.
Heather R. · Boise, Idaho, US
Har gow, and pretty much any dim sum: shui mai, wontons any way at all, potstickers, just about anything bundled up in dough and steamed or fried! This sounds like a great book, thanks for the opportunity to win it.
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Joanne N.
Joanne N. · Calgary, Alberta, CA · 39 projects
won ton noodles!
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Harriet J.
Harriet J. · Edinburgh, Scotland, GB
Crispy duck with pancakes. I only encountered it recently, but the mixture of flavours and textures is incredible. I'd love to be able to cook more authentic Chinese food than what you end up getting from the takeaway.
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rumplyconch
rumplyconch · Dundalk, Louth, IE
My guilty pleasure is shredded crispy duck, hoi sin sauce, spring onions and cucumber in Chinese pancakes. Would love to know how to make them from scratch myself, oh and Kung Po beef is another fave, and prawn toast, and chicken chow mein and szechuan beef. I adore black bean sauce too, and spring rolls...... My boyfriend is half-Chinese and makes a mean egg fried rice, but between us tht's all the Chinese food we can cook (not from a jar!!). Would love to learn how to make some of these dishes myself, would save a fortune from all the take-out he eats!!!!!
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Alessandra F.
Alessandra F.
My favourite chinese dishes are Tau sar piah and the black sesame tang yuan...lovely and delicious!
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Francesca F.
Francesca F. · Pisa, Toscana, IT · 10 projects
Almond chicken, spring rolls, rice gnocchi with meat and vegetables, pork with soya sprouts and bamboo, cantonese rice, spaghetti on the hotplate with meat and vegetables...
I love eating chinese!
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Sandra L.
Sandra L. · Newark, California, US · 38 projects
definitely sizzling rice soup, it tastes yummy and it's fun to listen to
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