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Welcome to the world of Chinese Cuisine

Welcome to the world of Chinese Cuisine

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  • 2.
    • China covers a large territory and has many nationalities, hence a variety of Chinese food with different but fantastic an mouth-watering flavour. Since China's local dishes have their own typical characteristics, generally, Chinese food can be roughly divided into eight regional cuisines, which has been widely accepted around. Certainly, there are many other local cuisines that are famous, such Beijing Cuisine and Shanghai Cuisine.
  • 3. Eight reginal cuisine
    • Northern Southern
    • Shandong
    • Sichuan
    • Hunan
    • Anhui
    • Jiangsu
    • Zhejiang
    • Fujian
    • Guangdong
  • 4. Shandong Cuisine
    • Prepared with a wide variety of materials. For example. Jiaodong dishes are mainly made of aquatic products due to its proximity to the Yellow Sea. People in Jinan and Jiving like to prepare cuisine with mountain delicacies and seafood delights, melons, fruits, vegetables and peppers.
    • A pure, strong and mellow taste, rather than a mixed taste. Chefs are good at using onions and seasonings.
    • Shandong Cuisine is known for its excellent seafood dishes and delicious soup.
    • Chefs excel at preparing clear, smell, crisp, tender and delicious dishes by frying, stirring and steaming.
  • 5. Famous Shandong Dishes
  • 6. Sichuan Cuisine
    • Prepared with a wide variety of ingredients.
    • Presenting various shapes and tastes, and famous for spicy food, fish-flavored shredded pork and food with odd taste.
    • Boasting numerous cooking techniques, such as stir frying, frying, stir-frying before stewing, and braising .
  • 7. Famous Sichuan Dishes
  • 8. Hunan Cuisine
    • Skilful use of a kitchen knife, a delicious taste and a beautiful shape.
    • Known for sour and spicy dishes by adding various kinds of seasonings.
    • Adopting a wide variety of techniques.
  • 9. Famous Hunan Cuisine
  • 10. Guangdong Cuisine
    • Using a wide variety of ingredients, offering food of all tastes, shapes and colors, good at changing, and serving light food in summer and autumn, and strong and mellow food in winter and spring.
    • Guangdong Cuisine features sour, bitter, spicy and delicious tastes with a clear and fragrant smell.
    • Guangdong snacks are peculiar about ingredients, some sweet and some salty, enjoying the reputation of "100 kinds of snacks having 100 tastes and 100 shapes."
  • 11. Famous Guangdong Dishes
  • 12. Fujian Cuisine
    • Chefs are skilled in the use of a kitchen knife, full of interest.
    • The Fujian people are peculiar about soup, which is full of changes.
    • A wide variety of seasonings are used, with unique characteristics.
    • Dishes are meticulously prepared, refined and graceful.
    • Fujian Cuisine is characterized by clear, refreshing, delicious and light tastes, slightly sweet and sour.
  • 13. Famous Fujian Dishes
  • 14. Jiangsu Cuisine
    • Distinguished for exquisite ingredients, freshness and aliveness.
    • High cutting techniques.
    • Have a good command of duration and degree of heating and cooking.
    • Good at keeping the original taste one particular taste for one dish. All dishes have light, mellow and refreshing tastes. Yangzhou Cuisine is light and elegant; Suzhou Cuisine is slightly sweet; and Wuxi Cuisine is fairly sweet.
    • Pay great attention to soup, which is strong but not greasy, and delicious.
  • 15. Famous Jiangsu Dishes
  • 16. Zhejiang Cuisine
    • Zhejiang Cuisine occupies an important position and mainly consists of Hangzhou, Ningbo, Shaoxing and Wenzhou cuisine styles, each having its own local characteristics. Hangzhou Cuisine, the representative of Zhejiang Cuisine, is delicious, light, crisp, elegant and highly finished.
    • Ningbo local dishes are delicious, tender, soft and refreshing. Shaoxing Cuisine, which has the characteristics of the I,md of fish, includes various kinds of local dishes, which are soft and aromatic with original soup ,[lid juice, light oil, and a heavy taste. Chefs are forbidden to use peppers.
    • Wenzhou Cuisine is known for delicious seafood and light and delicious dishes.
  • 17. Famous Zhejiang Dishes
  • 18. Anhui Cuisine
    • Using a wide variety of ingredients.
    • Adopting unique techniques.
    • Paying great attention to nutritious food.
    • Offering various kinds of dishes, some of which
    • are full of local flavor.
  • 19. Famous Anhui Dishes

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