Scrambled egg with tomatos
This is a very common Chinese dish. It can be found in most Chinese restaurants.
番茄炒鸡蛋/fānqié chǎo jīdàn
西红柿炒鸡蛋 xīhóngshì chǎo jīdàn
Sour and Spicy Shredded Potatoes
Yes, these pale-looking, spaghetti-like thin strips are shreds from a potato. There are variations though, they all tend to include peppercorns and dried red chilies as the key ingredients.
酸辣土豆丝(spicy and sour)/suān là tǔdòu sī
醋溜土豆丝(mainly sour)/cù liū tǔdòu sī
Sauteed Tofu, Home Style
This is also a very common Chinese dish. It is a mix of tofu and usually some vegetables. Some people use mushrooms too. It’s crispy outside and very soft inside.
Chinese name：家常豆腐/jiā cháng dòu fǔ
Very famous Sichuan (Szechuan) Cuisine, red and green in color, rich in taste. The pork slices in it is fat but not greasy. Almost every housewife in Sichuan can cook it. Nowadays, twice-cooked pork has been developed into a great variety according to different local flavors, but the way of cooking the pork is unchanged.
Chinese name: 回锅肉/huí guō ròu
It is one of the most popular dish from Hunan Cuisine. But you can easily find it basically everywhere. But different regions might have different ways of cooking. Usually people shred cabbages by hand and fried it with pork and dry chilies.
Chinese name: 手撕包菜/shǒu sī bāo cài
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