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  1. Hi, I'm Mike!

    More then 20 years working experience in the kitchen of my own restaurant.  located in southern California .

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  4. Mike's Kitchen

    My kitchen is located in southern California, near by some of local Chinese grocery stores. it's clean and very functional, I love working here.

    Food Styles: Chinese

    Has been an iChef since: Nov.23.2016

    Shipping Date: 5 days after the order is placed

Mickey 01

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  1. Fried shrimp

  2. Orange chicken

  3. Scallion beef Stir-Fry

Disclaimer: This video is only reference to how to prepare your meal.

Fried shrimp

Deep fried shrimp with ketchup

Fried shrimp

Line a baking tray with paper towels and set aside. In a shallow baking dish, whisk together milk, buttermilk and hot sauce. In a separate shallow baking dish, whisk together flour, cornmeal, pepper and salt. Make sure your shrimp are dry and dredge in the dry mixture first, then wet mixture and finally the dry mixture again. Shake off excess between each dredging.

Deep-fry in batches, but do not overload the fryer. Fry for 2 minutes or until golden brown. Remove from oil with a slotted spoon and drain on the paper towel lined baking tray. Serve warm.

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Orange chicken

with sesame

Orange chicken

The variety of orange chicken most commonly found at North American Chinese restaurants consists of chopped, battered, and fried chicken pieces coated in a sweet orange-flavored chili sauce, which thickens or caramelizes to a glaze. While the dish is very popular in the United States, it is most often found as a variation of General Tso's chicken in America rather than the dish found in mainland China.

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Fish - flavored pork

With green pepper

Fish - flavored pork

Fish - flavored pork With green pepper

Scallion beef Stir-Fry

with onion and red carrot

Scallion beef Stir-Fry

Scallion beef stir-fry, pronounced cong bao ngau in Cantonese and cong bao niu in Mandarin, is an old favorite dish of mine that, in my humble opinion, most recipes and restaurants don’t really get right. It’s a great dish, and some good “wok hay” from a trusty carbon steel wok makes all the difference.

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Mickey 01

Crispy yummy fried shrimp, orange chicken, sliced pork with garlic sauce, stir-fried scallion beef

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