Cantonese dishes (yue cai)
Best known for crisp vegetables, steamed fish and seafood, as well as meat that is roasted or boiled in clear soup to enhance its natural flavours. Of course, Cantonese cuisine is also famous for its dim sum: bite-sized portions of food served in steamer baskets or from small plates.
Xia Jiao (Shrimp Dumplings 虾饺)
Dan Ta (Egg Tarts 蛋挞)
Xingzhi Zhufei Tang (Almond Soup with Pig’s Lung 杏汁猪肺汤)
Jin Qian Ji (Gold Coin Chicken 金钱鸡)
Lushui Epian (Chiu Chow Sliced Goose 卤水鹅片)
Xia Zao (Shrimp Ball 虾枣)
Yu Fu (Fish Cakes 鱼腐)
Yi Mian (Braised Noodles 伊面)
Lei Cha Fan (Thunder Tea Rice 擂茶饭)
Yuntun Mian (Wonton Noodle 云吞面)
Tang Yuan (Sweet Rice Balls 汤圆)
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