Chinese-cantonese Cuisine 9

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Baked Potato
It is a potato that has been baked for eating. When well cooked, a baked potato has a fluffy interior and a crisp skin. It may be served with fillings and condiments such as butter, cheese or ham.
Beef Chow Fun
Beef chow fun is a staple Cantonese dish, made from stir-frying beef, hefen (wide rice noodles) and bean sprouts and is commonly found in yum cha restaurants in Guangdong, Hong Kong, and even overseas, as well as in ...
Cantonese Seafood Soup
Cantonese seafood soup is one of the main seafood soups within Cantonese cuisine. It is commonly found in Hong Kong, and is also available in Chinatowns in other nations. The soup is usually considered midrange to high-end in ...
Char Siu
Char siu is a popular way to flavor and prepare barbecued pork in Cantonese cuisine. It is classified as a type of siu mei, Cantonese roasted meat. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Char_siu
Dim Sum
A traditional Cantonese cuisine, prepared and served as individual, bite-sized portions, meant for tasting and sharing. It is a style of food which is indigenous to southern China (namely Guangdong) and Hong Kong, which are the two primary ...
Orange Cuttlefish
The most common English name used for the cuttlefish dish in Cantonese cuisine. It is a siu mei (Cantonese cuisine) although it is not quite roasted. The dish is most commonly found in Southern China, Hong Kong and ...
Rice Noodle Roll
When plain and made without filling, the rice noodle is also known as chee cheong fun where chee cheong means pig intestine, and fun means noodle; this is because the noodle is rolled more tightly and resembles the ...
Sweet And Sour Chicken
Deep friend boneless pieces of chicken in a sweet and sour sauce.
Youtiao
Deep-fried dough often served during breakfast with hot soy milk or as an accompaniment with congee, soup, or by itself.