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Culture In Chinese Food
Summary of Food in China (Chinese Food)
There are many types as you want to add ingredients, although usually it is carrying noodles, meat, cabbage and other vegetables. Cantonese version includes crispy fried egg noodles, green peppers, pea pods, Bok choy, bamboo, water chestnuts, shrimp and three kinds of meat: Char Siu pork , chicken and beef. It accompany with a thick sauce. Chow Mein is one of the favorite in the West to order in take-away dishes format. Having a crowded Yam Cha place in the Chinese culture, Japanese tend to enjoy the silence with tea and Wagashi, as known as Japanese beautiful tea sweets. It considers as snack to Japanese, also served with tea to balance the bitterness that the green tea brings.
Essay About Chinese Food
Chinese food has been the rage recently in urban cities. Authentic Chinese food has almost no resemblance. Squishy, chewy and glassy noodles bathed in amorous, spicy, savory sauce, and topped with slivers of cucumber and green onion, Liang Pi is one of the most popular street foods in Western China. Did I mention that there were hip-hop songs in Chinese playing in the restaurant? The Liang Pi is made by washing wheat flour to separate starch and gluten, with starch water is steamed, then cooled and sliced into long thin noodles, and the remaining gluten solid is cut into cubes of seitan.
For the Chinese, for one to taste food one has to treasure the color, aroma, flavor and texture and their combination will form a harmonious dish. Confucius demonstrated that cutting food into little bite size portions before serving and knives had no place at the dining table. Above all, good table manners are important as well as food presentation Lo, Cushner and.