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Cantonese Cuisine

Steamed Cheung Fun with dried shrimps and spring onion

Cheung Fun is one of my favorite Cantonese dishes in Chinese restaurants.  It is the steamed rice rolls. There are different flavors of cheung fun, they may include fillings, like fresh shrimps, BBQ pork (Cha Siu), minced beef and; dried shrimps and spring onions.  447 more words


Cantonese Roasted Pork Belly

In Cantonese speaking, roasted meat is called “Siu Yuk” while roasted pork belly is called “Siu Nan”. It is very common to order them in Chinese restaurants, like “Char Siu” (the Chinese BBQ pork).   492 more words


Royal China - Cantonese Culinary Delight

Royal china has been brought to us by Team Royal china with Neville vasifdar at the helm. Royal China has already been well established as a paradise for dimsum lovers and for serving authentic Cantonese cuisine. 936 more words


Cantonese Wonton Soup with home-made chicken broth

My family love Cantonese Wonton Soup very much.  Every time we travel to Hong Kong, we must have a bowl of wonton soup.  Wonton noodles are very well-liked by the locals in Hong Kong.  596 more words


Sauce used in Southern cousins

In Chinese cooking styles, ingredients for instance, spice and sauce are frequently and broadly used. However, in Cantonese cousin, sauce are more popularly used to enhance the primary flavor of the dishes. 394 more words

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