Food·Posted on Jul 21, 201528 Things You Should Learn To Make If You Love Chinese FoodYour taste buds deserve so much more than orange chicken and fried rice.by Christina LanBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink Alice Mongkongllite / BuzzFeed 1. Chive and Pork Potstickers (Guo Tie) Jennifer Che / Via tinyurbankitchen.com A classic. Vary the ingredients by subbing out pork for shrimp, egg, or tofu. Learn how to make them here. 2. Tea Eggs (Cha Dan) thegumdropbutton.com Soaked in the most delectable mix of black tea and other spices. Recipe here. 3. Fried Sesame Seed Balls (Jin Deui) Claryn / Via hellyeahitsvegan.com Made with mochi flour and filled with sugary deliciousness. Recipe here. 4. Shiitake and Bean Curd Rolls Susanna / Via divinehealthyfood.com Like egg rolls but better. Recipe here. 5. Stir-Fried Eggs and Tomatoes Chichi Wang / Via seriouseats.com It's like eggs with ketchup, except a million times better because the tomatoes and the green onions seriously upgrade the flavor. Recipe here. 6. Scallion Pancakes thekitchn.com It's a fact, scallions made everything taste infinitely better. Eat these with porridge to make cold and rainy days cozier. Recipe here. 7. Sweet Sticky Rice Cake (Ba Bao Fan) Chichi Wang / Via seriouseats.com Also known as "Eight Treasure Rice," this dish is filled with all the best dried fruits and generously coated in heaven. Recipe here. 8. Plain Steamed Bun (Man Tou) Judy / Via thewoksoflife.com COAT IT IN SUGAR and be in bread heaven. Recipe here. 9. Sticky Sesame Rice Balls (Tangyuan) Mandy Lee / Via ladyandpups.com The sweet, glutinous addition to every morning. Recipe here. 10. Poached Egg Soup Mandy Lee / Via ladyandpups.com This is so easy to make. Definitely try adding tangyuan to this dish. Recipe here. 11. Steamed Or Pan-Fried Pork Buns (Baozi) Judy / Via thewoksoflife.com To really titillate your taste buds, add rice noodles and shiitake mushrooms. Recipe here. 12. Tofu Skin Noodles (Fu Pei Guen) Chichi Wang / Via seriouseats.com These can be cooked multiple ways, so feel free to toss in other vegetables, meats, and definitely mushrooms. Recipe here. 13. Steamed Whole Fish Bill / Via thewoksoflife.com Bones definitely add more flavor. Recipe here. 14. Rice Porridge (Xi Fan) chow.com Try mixing in some preserved vegetables. Recipe here. 15. Cold Sesame Noodles (Liang Mian) ladyandpups.com This is the summer noodle dish you've been craving all your life. Recipe here. 16. Pumpkin Cakes (Nan Gua Bing) Elaine / Via chinasichuanfood.com Thick, chewy, and utterly satisfying. Recipe here. 17. Lotus Root With Sweet Sticky Rice Liv / Via eggwansfoododyssey.com Also drenched with honey. Don't be intimidated by the lotus root — its texture complements the sticky rice really well. Recipe here. 18. Bamboo-Wrapped Red Bean Dumplings (Zongzi) Maggie Zhu / Via omnivorescookbook.com Traditionally cooked during the Dragon Boat Festival, these sticky rice triangles are wrapped in bamboo leaves for a refreshing, green-tea-like flavor. You can find bamboo leaves at most Asian supermarkets or you can buy them here. Go sweet or savory with this mouthwatering recipe. 19. Chinese Pearl Balls LaLaine / Via kawalingpinoy.com Usually filled with pork, these are sticky wonders. Recipe here. 20. Spicy Cucumber Salad Kirbie's Cravings / Via kirbiecravings.com Soy sauce and vinegar paradise. Recipe here. 21. Cold Mung Bean Noodle (Liang Fen) Xiao Lu / Via mycookinghut.com Always too spicy to make it past three bites. Recipe here. 22. Spicy Meat Pie (Xian Bing) Elaine / Via chinasichuanfood.com Recipe here. 23. Spicy Shredded Potatoes Maggie Zhu / Via omnivorescookbook.com Potato frenzy. Recipe here. 24. Fried Breadstick Twists (Ma Hua) Jessica / Via foodmayhem.com Crunchy and coated in sugar — seriously addicting. Recipe here. 25. Hot Fish Stew (Suan Cai Yu) Elaine / Via chinasichuanfood.com So sour and spicy your mouth will go numb. Recipe here. 26. Moon Cakes (Yue Bing) Cynthia / Via food52.com Make these with red bean, lotus, salty eggs, etc. Possibilities are endless. Recipe here. 27. Wonton Soup (Huntun) Bee of Rasa / Via thekitchn.com This soup is the definition of comforting. Recipe here. 28. Corn Milk Drink Anh / Via anhsfoodblog.com With just the right amount of sweetness, this should be the next juice trend. Recipe here.