1. Hong You Chao Shou (China) from 10 Asian Dishes You’ve Never Heard Of (Slideshow)

10 Asian Dishes You’ve Never Heard Of (Slideshow)

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1. Hong You Chao Shou (China)

Hong you chao shou (红油抄手) are steamed pork wontons served in a dark red, spicy Sichuan chile oil and often garnished with scallions. While the dumplings themselves aren’t spicy, the oil they are submerged in is decidedly fiery. Often served as an appetizer at fine restaurants like Shun Lee West in New York City, they are also served at night markets like Shilin Night Market in Taipei and at Crystal Jade Restaurant in Hong Kong International Airport. Try at home with this recipe.