As Cho Cho Chinese Food continues to grow in popularity, the Cho Cho restaurant is now expanding its menu with new dishes.
Cho Cho has been known for their fantastic sushi rolls and dumplings, but they have more to offer!
If you’re craving something different from your usual order at Cho Cho, check out these 10 items that will satisfy your cravings!
The 10 Best Things to Order at Cho Cho Chinese Food
1. Kung Pao Chicken
I have been craving Chinese food, so I decided to try out a new place. I ordered the Kung Pao Chicken, and it was delicious! The chicken had a nice crunchy texture, and the sauce made it flavorful without being too spicy.
If you are looking for a new take on ordering from your favourite takeout restaurant, this is worth trying! It’ll be sure to keep you satisfied until your next meal.
2. House Special Lo Mein
Delicious, authentic Chinese food is hard to come by in the city. If you’re craving some good old-fashioned lo mein, then Cho Cho’s House Special Lo Mein is where you should be beheaded.
The noodles are made fresh every day, and the meat is always tender and cooked perfectly. It also comes with a tasty soup or appetizer of your choice for free! You can’t go wrong with this dish when it comes to fulfilling all of your hunger needs!
3. Sweet and Sour Pork
Cho Cho Chinese food is a family-owned restaurant serving the best authentic dishes for over 20 years.
Some of our most popular dishes include General Tso’s Chicken, Mongolian Beef and Sweet and Sour Pork. All of these are made from scratch with quality ingredients so that you can enjoy them guilt-free!
4. Teriyaki Beef with Vegetables
I’m not sure what to say about today’s recipe, except that it is delicious. The beef is so tender, and the teriyaki sauce is just perfect, with a hint of ginger.
I used very traditional vegetables in Chinese cooking: bamboo shoots, baby corn, carrots, and water chestnuts. This recipe is going into my family favourites file!
5. Fried Rice
Fried rice is so easy to make, and you can add anything you want to it. You need some rice, eggs, soy sauce or fish sauce, garlic, onion and whatever else you feel like adding that day.
I love adding carrots and peas, but other people may not enjoy those vegetables in fried rice. It doesn’t matter what you put in your fried rice as long as it tastes good!
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6. Hot and Spicy Shrimp (with vegetables)
Cho Cho Chinese food is a popular restaurant in the United States. They offer various dishes for people to order from, but one dish that has taken off with popularity is their Hot and Spicy Shrimp.
The dish features shrimp drenched in a sauce made of hot peppers, garlic, butter, soy sauce and other spices. It’s delicious!
7. General Tso’s Chicken
In this blog post, I will discuss the history of General Tso’s Chicken and how it has evolved to become a popular dish in homes across America.
It was created by Peng Chang-Kuei, who immigrated from China to New York City during WWII. He initially wanted to make a new recipe for chicken at his restaurant since he could not find any recipes with dried chilli peppers or garlic as ingredients.
To achieve the desired flavour profile, he decided to deep fry the chicken before stir-frying it with soy sauce and dried pepper flakes (Rosenberg).
8. Egg Drop Soup
The Chinese dish known as Egg Drop Soup has arrived in the United States and is now a popular menu item at various restaurants. This soup is delicious and healthy and can be served any time of year. It’s also easy to make at home!
9. Hot and Sour Soup
This blog post is about hot and sour soup. Hot and sour soup is a traditional Chinese dish that’s spicy and savoury; it goes well with any meal.
The ingredients in this soup are tofu, green onions, carrots, wood ear mushrooms, garlic cloves, ginger root and chicken stock.
I will be sharing the recipe for hot and sour soup on this blog post to make it easier for you guys to try out at home! So let’s get started!
10. Crab Rangoon
I am always on the lookout for new Chinese food to try. I recently discovered Crab Rangoon a Cho Cho, which is located in Chinatown. It’s not like the typical crab rangoons that you would get at an American restaurant.
These are served with crispy wontons instead of deep-fried dough, and they’re made with cream cheese instead of mayonnaise. They also came with sweet chilli sauce and were pretty good!
Cho Cho has been a community staple for over 20 years, and we would be honoured to have you as our guest.
We hope that this list of the 10 best things helps you decide what delicious item will satisfy your cravings next time you visit us!
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