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Chinese cuisine includes a rather impressive list of dishes. The main ingredients of Chinese cuisine are rice, Chinese noodles, soy and its products, chicken, pork, etc. The most popular dishes in China are: Peking duck, dim sum, fried rice, century-old egg and turtle soup.

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Chinese cuisine is characterised by a large number of components, with ingredients for the same dish being cooked separately, at a certain temperature. Thermal processing does not usually take much time. On top of that, the chef is extremely careful in selecting the ingredients, requiring well-defined qualities from the products. For example, a duck or chicken must be of a certain age and fed with a certain food. The seeming incompatibility of ingredients, tastes and flavours is another feature of Chinese cuisine. There are numerous examples of this: "pork with fish flavour", "beef with fruit flavour", sweet and sour cucumbers, etc. Correctly cooked fish cannot taste like fish, otherwise it is not clear why something was done with it. Within a brief overview of all the subtleties of Chinese art can not describe cooking. But since Chinese restaurants are unusually popular around the world, the question arises: what do Chinese cuisine in the Celestial Empire and abroad have in common.

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Chinese cuisine includes a rather impressive list of dishes. The main ingredients of Chinese cuisine are rice, Chinese noodles, soy and its products, chicken, pork, etc. The most popular dishes in China are: Peking duck, dim sum, fried rice, century-old egg and turtle soup.
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    Chinese cuisine is characterised by a large number of components, with ingredients for the same dish being cooked separately, at a certain temperature. Thermal processing does not usually take much time. On top of that, the chef is extremely careful in selecting the ingredients, requiring well-defined qualities from the products. For example, a duck or chicken must be of a certain age and fed with a certain food.

    The seeming incompatibility of ingredients, tastes and flavours is another feature of Chinese cuisine. There are numerous examples of this: "pork with fish flavour", "beef with fruit flavour", sweet and sour cucumbers, etc. Correctly cooked fish cannot taste like fish, otherwise it is not clear why something was done with it.

    Within a brief overview of all the subtleties of Chinese art can not describe cooking. But since Chinese restaurants are unusually popular around the world, the question arises: what do Chinese cuisine in the Celestial Empire and abroad have in common.

    August 7, 2020