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jumbo shrimp and tender morsels of chicken marinated in a succulent sauce then sautéed with Chinese vegetables and a delicately seasoned hot sauce
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China does both double and triple cropping. It is the mostpopulated country in the world with 1.351 billion people. Doubleand triple cropping help China with its rising demand for food.
Chinese cuisine, due to its popularity, has become a source forfusion cuisine. Where immigrants from China landed a new form ofcuisine was created to suite the new area. As Chinese cuisine hasspread globally, it has been adapted to local tastes andingredients and modified by the local cuisine, to gr…eater or lesserextents. American, Indian, Korean, Japanese, Canadian, Australian,and Pakistani Chinese cuisines are all internationally popular. Chinese food are also available in Delhi, Noida Gurgaon by onlineand at restaurant for more visit : happyhakka.com ( Full Answer )
There a lot of Chinese foods. Chinese foods is of course from Chinawhich is located in Asia. The most famous and traditional Chinesefoods include: nian gao, zong zi and also the fa gao. You will findlots of Chinese restaurants around so maybe you can try some out.
There are several restaurants in the New York area that has Chinesefood. A few Chinese restaurants are Chef Yu, 88 Palace, and HotKitchen.
The Chinese people eat a variety of foods. Commonly consumed foodsinclude rice, wheat products, corn, sweet potatoes, and beans.
Because the king's wife, which was the Queen wants to eat cherries. Of course the King of the nation can't refuse. Because if he had refused; the labour will be asking him if the they became sick and dying of diseases will he care for them?So,the king decided that he will sent people from the capita…l of China to other foreign lands to find cherries for his dear wife and bring it back using horse slays. ( Full Answer )
This question is about as reasonable as asking, "How do you cookAmerican food?" The answer is the same: many different ways. Chinese cuisine is one of the oldest (if not THE oldest) on theplanet. It has evolved for thousands of years. Chinese chefs whoused to cook for the Emperors had to come up w…ith a new recipe -often more - every single day, so he wouldn't have to eat the samething twice unless he insisted on it. Some chefs became theEmperor's "pets," but others lost their heads for failing to pleasehis palate. The "pets," like Sheherazade and her stories, had tokeep coming up with winning dishes every day - or else. Must havebeen rough. But it really increased the development of avoluminous, unique and highly varied cuisine. China is a HUGE country. The cuisines of the different areas areoften as different as night and day - some loaded with hot peppers,others bland; rice is the most commonly eaten food, and is servedwith virtually every meal, except in the northern areas, where theylean more on wheat. You have to simply try samples of the differentcuisines to decide which is your favorite. The Chinese invented the wok and the bamboo steamer, and you can'treally do justice to their cuisines unless you have one of each. Avery large frypan with as little flat bottom as possible can bealmost as good as a wok, and any steamer you can buy commerciallywill steam Chinese foods, too. The bamboo steamer simply allows youto steam a larger quantity and variety of foods all at once,because it is several "stories" high. You can fill each level witha different kind of food. A wok is a very large frypan with veryhigh sides and no flatness at the bottom, and it has handles on twosides. Often you set it on a ring, so it won't wobble. This enablesyou to stirfry small quantities in VERY hot oil, then slide them upon the walls while you cook something else - and often laterthey're all mixed together again. The actual part that does most ofthe cooking is the bottom inch or two of the wok. The sides maycook a little bit, but are usually used to keep food warm. For theancient Chinese, who were often poor, and wood and other fuelsscarce, the wok is very energy efficient. Chinese food is almost never baked - except very modern recipes -because the Chinese never had ovens until modern times. Many othercultures - even ancient ones - had developed some kind of oven, butthe Chinese didn't - probably the scarcity of fuel and the povertyhad a role to play there. A wood-fired oven uses a lot of wood tobake. The actual cooking of Chinese food usually takes very little time(with exceptions, of course). The largest amount of time ispreparing the ingredients. Everything must be ready to go beforeyou even turn on the stove. Woks work best if you can get a VERYhigh flame. Electric cooking elements get hotter than gas usuallydoes, though it is the high flame which is traditional, and oftendoes make some differences. It frustrates me that so many moderngas stoves don't give the option of this very high flame.Professional stoves do. But you can cook delicious Chinese foodanyway. There are many cooking methods, red cooked meats, braised meats,etc. But by far the most common methods are stirfrying andsteaming. They also specialize in very wonderful soups, where theveggies are crisp-tender instead of sodden. Chinese food - again due to the poverty - is heavy on plant foods,mostly veggies, and uses meats mostly as a secondary ingredient.Meat is expensive; veggies aren't. For this reason, Chinese food isoften healthier than our own cuisine, even if it does have almostas much fats and oils. But with more veggies and less protein,people often complain that Chinese and other oriental foods don't"stick to the ribs," and you get hungry again too soon. You can, ofcourse, increase the meat, poultry or seafood, or even add one ofthese to an all-veggie dish. Chinese cooks are extremely conscious of the final product - theywant a finished dish to have mixtures of tastes, textures (crispy,soft, etc.) and colors. How the dish looks when it is served is ofgreat importance to them. Even the way things are cut up adds tothis aesthetic requirement. Some dishes, which have nuts on top areoften made that way to keep the dish from having a one-texturequality to it - the nuts add some crunch. Stirfrying has a huge advantage. The nutrients in foods,particularly veggies, are not boiled out and wasted. In addition,stirfrying cooks veggies in VERY hot oil, while you stir themrapidly. They are not cooked till mushy or scorched, but areremoved when they are what you might regard as sort of halfway done- tender, but still retaining some of the crispness of the veggies.This is one thing that makes their cuisine so special. And it isn'tdifficult at ALL to learn. The most important thing to remember isto cut up ALL the veggies before you begin cooking, and each typemust be cut into pieces of uniform size. This is important, toinsure they'll all be cooked perfectly at the same time, becausestirfry cooking is done quickly. Sometimes veggie types are cookedseparately; other times together. If together, you always stirfrythe ones that take longest to cook first, and go down the line tothe ones which cook up fastest. Line up your dishes of prepared,cut veggies in the order you'll use them. You can practice stirfry in an ordinary frying pan. Try heatingsome oil very hot, then adding uniform sized chunks of a veggie,like broccoli, bell peppers, etc. Stir them vigorously, keep themmoving until you can see they are getting tender (they might shrinka bit) - taste a piece. If it's still slightly crunchy, yet tender,you did it right. Season it to taste, or use Chinese seasonings. Then you can go on to try other adventurous Chinese recipes. One ofmy favorites is eggrolls or spring rolls, but they take a LOT oftime to prepare. Worth it, though. Chop suey is an American/Chinese dish, not a traditional one, butit is made in a way similar to many classic Chinese recipes. DimSum is very popular. It isn't just one dish, but a variety of tastytidbits, all different - a kind of Chinese version of appetizers orcanapes, but not like canapes you know. It's often rolled out on acart, like a dessert cart, in restaurants, and you can pick theones you want. You can find dozens of dim sum recipes online. Seasonings are highly varied, but one of the most classiccombinations is fresh minced garlic, finely-minced fresh gingerroot (after it's peeled), sherry or rice wine, and soy sauce (neveruse a cheap brand - Kikkoman may not be as good as some in China,but it's the best I've found in the Western Hemisphere.) These fourseasonings are extremely common, and the taste is distinctlyOriental. When a mixture has a liquid that needs thickening into agravy, cornstarch and water are always used; flour and water giveyou a cloudy gravy, while cornstarch and water turn the liquidthick and glossy - very appetizing. And you can SEE theingredients. I'm rather fond of sweet and sour pork - where thepork cubes are coated with cornstarch and fried crispy, then servedwith a sauce that has a strong acid (like vinegar) and somethingsweet (pineapple is common, but I don't like them, so I usesubstitutes.) The sauce is pungent with fumes that smell wonderful.You dip your crispy pork pieces in this sauce. Yum. I once found a recipe for Peking Duck that requires a bicycle pump!You blow up the duck's skin with it and seal it so it's like aballoon. Then you marinate it and hang it up for days before youbake it. It's the crispy skin that everyone craves, so you have tobe sure to divvy it up evenly. My grandmother always said "a duckis too much for one, not enough for two," so plan your duck mealsaccordingly! Not ALL Chinese food is either quick or easy toprepare, but most isn't all that hard. As long as you have the ingredients for a Chinese recipe, and ifthe recipe is a good one, with clear instructions, and you followit carefully, you shouldn't have trouble cooking Chinese foods.Just be sure to prepare all ingredients properly and haveeverything ready before you begin cooking. Always read the recipethrough before you start to cook, to make sure you know preciselywhat to do and how and when. The cooking processes are usuallyfairly fast. Hope this helps? === It's just like cooking in other cuisines. Listed below are some ofthe ways of the Chinese cooking method: 1. Stir-frying 2.Deep-frying 3. Shallow-frying 4. Braising 6. Boiling 7. Steaming 6.Roasting Mott 32 (mott32.com/) is one of my favorite, their styleof cooking is just amazing, Chef Fung is awesome. Maybe it is alsoone of the reason why I love eating there. ( Full Answer )
It isn't "chinese food" exactly, it can be any type, but it only depends how much food you store in your body.
they get their food by going under the fisher man's nets and ea t nwhatever comes down they will eat it they also hunt by their self too
Sure you can! Why not? People do it all the time when they order too much. I've done it before and it still taste good!
Chinese people usually eat most of their food with chopsticks.Spoons are also used, but typically only for soup. During a typical Chinese meal, all the dishes are put on the tableand everyone helps themselves to what they want with the chopsticksthey use to eat. (Serving utensils are not usually use…d.) Chinese people encourage guests to eat by using their ownchopsticks to place food in the guest's bowl. Most food is eaten from a bowl, not a plate. It is not consideredrude to lift the bowl closer to your mouth, nor is it consideredrude to drink soup from a bowl. For more: joongkoogjip.com ( Full Answer )
Yes, Chinese food usually have many courses,cold dishes, hot dishesand soup. It uses more vegetables than western food and differentspices.
Usually Chinese people eat rice as their main diet every day.Many of them in north China like to eat noodles and steamed bread. It contain meat with vegetables in steamed stuffed bun . When talk abt the dishes in China , i'd like to introduce u the most famous Chinese dishes.Beijin Duck and Kung Pao… Chicken It's healthy and dilicious without a lot of fat.Frankly, Chinese people like to eat hot meal and seldom eat salad. Why i know that coz i am a chinese.LOL ( Full Answer )
Breakfast, lunch and dinner. Chinese eat breakfast when they wake up before they go off to school, work, or start their day. This could range anywhere from 6am to 8am. Lunch is usually around noon. Dinner depending on lifestyle can range from 5pm to 7pm. Some Chinese also have a late nig…ht snack that is around 10 or 11pm. ( Full Answer )
What the best Chinese food dish is a opinion. Few will ever agreeon which one is the best though egg rolls most would probably putinto the top best dishes.
å¥å¦çä¸ç (qi miao de shi jie). by the way, I am Chinese, I came from Beijing. Do you want to be my penfriend? Because I want to study English, and I can teach you Chinese too.. You can send mail to me : email@example.com
Ni de peng you qi miao pronounced nee day pung yow chi meeaow literally Your friend is wonderful
fresh vegetables and rice Chinese food can be roughly divided into eight regional cuisines, which has been widely accepted around.
beef . noodles . spaghetti . jelly . waffles . taffy . coffee cake . green beans . lettuce . carrots . apples . dill pickles . cheese . pizza . dressing . jello . Cheetos . cookies . muffins . rolls . cherries . strawberries . raspberries . blueberries . blackberries . vanil…la ice cream . angel food cake . mayonnaise . tortillas . pineapple . zucchini . yellow squash . haddock . salad dressing . truffles . toffee . peanut brittle . broccoli . cabbage . watercress . ham and Swiss on rye . grilled cheese . cottage cheese . eggs . butter . buttermilk . peanut butter . tortilla chips . eggs . hamm ( Full Answer )
Le tt uce, ca bb age, pinea pp le, bro cc oli, bru ss els sprouts, pu dd ing, ca rr ot, e gg , ch ee se, pi zz a, ci nn amon, k oo l-aid, co ffee , pe pp eroni, c oo kie, etc.
are you kidding me. do u live in India or something and not know what food is. Cheese pizza mozzarella pudding coffee ice cream skittles waffles chicken patty lettuce
there are lots such as : lettuce, cabbage, apple,carrot,waffle,egg.i'm sure there is more, i just do not know all of them cx
Foods with double letters:. apples . angel food cake . blue berries . beef jerky . brussel sprouts . burritos . butter . cheese . coffee cake . cherries . cotton candy . cinnamon rolls . carrots . cookies . dill pickles . eggs . fennel . green beans . gummy bears . Hostess Cupake…s . jelly beans . jello . leeks . lettuce . meat balls . mushrooms . muffins . Nutter Butter Cookies . peanut butter . pudding . peppers . pineapple . pizza . rolls . raspberries . roast beef . salad dressing . sunflower seeds . spaghetti . strawberries . taffy . tortillas . Three Musketeers Candy Bars . taco shells . vanilla ice cream . veggie burger . waffles . yellow squash . zucchini ( Full Answer )
The great wall is one of the seven wonders because of its length (6000 kilometers), historical importance, and sheer size 15-30 ft high by 20 feet wide.
Double Satueed Pork is a Chinese dish made with thin slices of pork, chuncks of green peppers, mushrooms, and cabbage. The pork is cooked once, then sliced and sauteed again in the wok with the vegetables. It is sauteed in a deep brown light Chinese traditional sauce. Delicious.
mainly Chinese food,sometimes go out eating would choose Western food or others.P.S.China have eight major cuisines.different places have different tastes.
With Chinese immigrant's, many came to build the trans Continental railroad. Eventually Chinese communities were formed.
beet . apples . batter . beef . berries (strawberries, blueberries, raspberries etc.) . burritos . butter . carrots . cinnamon buns . Cheetos . cherries . cheese . coffee cake . cookies . cottage cheese . dressing . eggs . green beans . jelly . lettuce . marshmallows . muffin .… mushrooms . noodles . peppers . pineapple . pizza . pudding . rolls . spaghetti . tortilla . tossed salad . tuna casserole . vanilla ice cream . waffles ( Full Answer )
egg, cabbage broccoli brussels sprouts pudding lettuce carrot cheese pineapple pizza cinnamon kool-aid coffee pepperoni cookie apple
One phrase that can be used is é±¼é¥²æ yu(2) si(4) liao(4), é¥²æ refers to animal feed in general, é±¼ is fish.
å çºä½ , ææåä¸åå¾å¥½çä¸å¤«. YÄ«nwÃ¨i nÇ, wÇ huÃ¬ zuÃ² yÄ«gÃ¨ hÄn hÇo de zhÃ ngfÅ« Roughly translated as: Because of you, I will be a good husband.
i had been living and still live in china for the past 4 years infact Chinese ( real ) Chinese food is not really all that healthy as the vegetables are often dirty and on average Chinese people eat tons of pork rather than beef and constantly only know how to cook one way/style and that…'s to fry or rather use lots of oil 20 times more than the average family in America 1 whole bottle will last 1 month while average in America lasts 1 year improvement/edition: Mcdonald's food is less healthy, I think. I don't have any reasons, really! ( Full Answer )
well it could be but i doubt it. some food is addictive, think about chocolate.
China has several regional cuisines which range from mild to spicy. Northern Chinese use noodles made of wheat. In the South, they use more rice and all kinds of meat. Russians eat foods similar to Eastern European foods. They use a lot of potatoes, wheat, and are famous for a soup called Borscht …which is made from cabbage and beets. They use all kinds of meats. ( Full Answer )
Foods like: ca rr ot, almo nd s, pa st a, a pp le or bea ns .
The Chinese system of food cures regards dietary regulation as preventive medicine as well as a corrective measure to be undertaken once someone falls ill.
They're different for the ingredients and also for the recipes. Chinese culture isn't the same of American cutlure
Typically Chinese food is not halal. However a large Muslim population is present in many of the western provinces, especially that border Pakistan, India, Kazakhstan such as Xinjiang. It is often easy to find halal food, and many restaurants and grocery stores in the area serve halal food to all pa…trons. In the Easter and northern tourist areas though halal food can be difficult to find. But many Chinese dishes are vegetarian or use fresh fish. No matter what area of China you are in, it is easy to find food that fits halal requirements. However, you may be limited in the variety of dishes. ( Full Answer )
Because they are Chinese... I can only say it is a tradition and social protocol.
Was quite delious food from china mailed in large wooden crates that obtained mold on numerous occasions but everyone ate it.
Asian food refers to any type of food from Asia. Chinese food is more specifically food from China. Because China is part of Asia, Chinese food is Asian food, but Asian food isn't necessarily Chinese food.
Japanese people probably do eat Chinese food. Chinese and Japanese foods have similarities that suggest that they developed some foods together. Both cultures have access to the other's food, but would consider it international.
Ice cream is not specifically a Chinese food. That said, there are many flavors that are served in Chinese restaurants that aren't served in other places. They include green tea ice cream and ginger ice cream.
Chinese food is great because it includes many food groups. The rice is a healthy grain, and most dishes include vegetables. The sauces used in Chinese food are sweet or salty and very flavorful.
That depends on what chinese food you eat. It's really for a good taste if you eat the traditional chinese food.
Of course not! There is a reason Chinese food is called Chinese food. Anyways the Chinese have been around way before there was even an America.
Tofu is a cheese like material, instead of making it from milk, it is made from soya milk.
Chinese food does not have its own food group. Its foods are indifferent food groups, depending on what kind.
Any Food They Want To Because There Chinese Doesn't Mean They Eat Something Relating To Chinese Nature!
The Wonder Years - 1988 Double Double Date 5-16 was released on: USA: 26 February 1992