11 Mouth-Watering Hakka Chinese Food Recipes

Hakka Chinese Food Recipes is a blog that specializes in Hakka recipes from all over China. Hakkas are a minority group in southern China that have their own unique culture and cuisine.

Hakka food has been influenced by the cultures of other groups, such as Tibetan, Cantonese, Thai and Vietnamese-Chinese.

Hakkas also have their language, which isn’t very similar to Mandarin or Cantonese languages. In this blog post, we will be talking about 11 mouth-watering Hakka Chinese food recipes!

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1. Vegetable Hakka Noodles

Hakka Noodles is a delicious dish that can be made with any vegetables or meat. It’s quick and easy to make, making it perfect for those busy weeknights when you don’t have time to cook.

The noodles are stir-fried in some oil and then mixed with the different vegetables and sauces. Vegetable Hakka Noodles is a great way to use up leftover veggies as well!  

Hakka food originated from China but has become famous worldwide due to its unique flavours and taste.

This recipe makes 2 servings of Hakka noodles, so invite your friends for dinner or double the ingredients if you want leftovers!

2. Hakka Chinese fried rice

Hakka Chinese fried rice is a Hakka Chinese recipe that originated in China. It has been brought to the United States and many other countries as well.

This dish can be used as an appetizer, side dish or even a main course for dinner. There are also some variations of this recipe that make it more exciting, such as adding meat, seafood, or vegetables.

The ingredients for this delicious meal consisting of white rice, eggs, carrots, peas, onion and soy sauce, among others, depending on your preferences and what you have available in your kitchen at the time.

3. Fried noodles with beef

Fried noodles with beef is a trendy dish in China and all over the world. It’s one of my favourite dishes because of its rich flavour, but it can be time-consuming to cook at home or difficult to find outside of Chinatown.

You need only 3 ingredients: rice stick noodles, vegetable oil, and thinly sliced beef. This recipe will take you under 30 minutes from start to finish!

4. Stir-fried vegetables

Hakka Chinese food is a fusion of traditional and modern cooking styles. In this recipe, stir-fried vegetables are served with noodles that make it a complete meal for all age groups.

This dish can be served as an accompaniment to rice or on its own. The ingredients used in the Hakka Chinese Food Recipes are simple and readily available at home.  

Here is a list of recipes you can try:  stir-fried vegetables with noodles, Hakka soup with chicken balls, deep-fried cauliflower florets etc.

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5. Hakka style spicy chicken

Hakka Chinese Food Recipes are a great way to make delicious food. With different cooking methods, spices and flavours, you can do so much with them.

Stir-fried vegetables are one of the many recipes you can try out for your next dinner party or family night together.

This recipe will teach how to stir fry green beans, carrots, cauliflower and celery sticks in a wok over high heat until they are cooked through but still crisp.  

6. Crispy Tofu in chilli sauce

Hakka food is characterized by its use of fresh and preserved ingredients and the liberal use of spices.

Hakkas are known for their resilience in adapting to different climates and are credited with bringing chilli sauce to Thailand.

This recipe combines Tofu, dried shrimp, soy sauce, garlic, ginger root paste or powder along with vegetables like cabbage and carrots for a delicious dinner that will keep you coming back for more!

7. Hot and Sour Soup

Hot and sour soup is a Hakka Chinese food recipe. It’s usually made with pork, chicken, or shrimp in addition to cabbage, mushrooms, green onions, ginger root, garlic cloves and other ingredients like rice wine vinegar or soy sauce.

The broth is spicy with chilli peppers, but the sourness comes from white vinegar. It’s best when it has an orange colour which comes from adding carrots to the soup towards the end of cooking time.

This type of soup can also be called “tom yum goong”, which means hot-and-sour prawn/shrimp soup in the Thai language or tom yam Kung if you’re eating it in Malaysia.

8. Steamed Fish in Black Bean Sauce

This is a recipe for steamed fish in black bean sauce, a Hakka Chinese food recipe. If you want to know more about this dish and the history of its creation, then please read on.

This dish is simple yet complex, fresh yet savoury with various nutrients that make it an excellent choice for any meal!

9. Crispy Fried Pork Dumplings (Shiu Mai)

This recipe is for crispy fried pork dumplings, one of the most popular Hakka Chinese food recipes. These pork dumplings are typically served with a sweet soy sauce and vinegar dip.

They’re usually eaten for breakfast or as an appetizer before dinner. The dish has many variations in different regions of China,

but all have the same essential ingredients – ground meat, water chestnuts, garlic chives, ginger root and salt wrapped in dough made from wheat flour or rice flour.

10. Beef with Tofu (Cai Piu Tou)

The Hakka Chinese Food Recipes are a must-try for all food lovers. The recipes will give you an insight into the rich culture and heritage of China while also giving you the pleasure to taste some great dishes.

Beef with Tofu is one such dish with its roots in northern China and is very popular amongst the locals there. This article gives you a step by step guide on how to make beef with Tofu at home.

11. Sweet Potato Balls (Taro balls)

Sweet Potato Balls is a Hakka Chinese food recipe that I find to be very tasty and satisfying. It’s also a dish that can be whipped up in under 30 minutes,

which is great when you’re in the mood for something quick and delicious! Give this recipe a try if you enjoy sweet potatoes or want an easy dinner idea – it’s worth trying!


We hope you enjoyed our list of 11 mouth-watering Hakka Chinese food recipes. If there is a particular recipe that looks tempting to try, be sure and give it a go!

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