According to different regions have different tastes, Cantonese cuisine is divided into three branches, known as Guangzhou food, Chaozhou food and Dongjiang food. Among of them, Guangzhou food is the representive one.
Some staple foods are very popular here, such as Deep-Fried Dough Stick, Wontons and Watery Cakes, etc. Wontons , which have a long history in Guangdong, are often eaten together with noodles.
Guangdong snacks also have a long history, such as Fruitcake, Glutinous Rice Dumpling Wrapped in Bamboo Leaves and Crisp Thin Cake that enjoy long-standing fame. Apart from various porridges, snacks include fried rice and flour-based foods, such as salty Deep-Fried Dough Sticks, sweet Sugar Cake, Jujube and Crisp Dough Twists, and salty-sweet Baked Thin Cake. These snakes are offered all year round, especially in winter. Usually these are eaten together with porridges.
Famous Dishes of Guangdong Cuisine
Oyster is one of top marine products, very tasty and nutritious seafood. In Zhuhai, the oyster is famous for its large size body, meaty, tender, white color and crisp texture, etc.Trip to Zhuhai, don't miss to try it, and it's healthier for you to add some wine when you enjoy the dish.
Foshan Yuntun Noodle
Founded in 1936, it's not only well-known in Guangdong province but in Hong Kong and Macao. Following a traditional spinning method, this kind of Noodle features equal tenacity, moderate thickness, good taste and fragrant egg.
Guangzhou is the birthplace of the Guangdong cuisine, featuring varied and exquisite ingredients, diversified and delicate garnishes and fresh, tender and smooth flavors. It is especially famous for small pans and dim sum.
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