Dim sum
Dim sum /ˈdɪmˈsʌm/ (simplified Chinese: 点心; traditional Chinese: 點心; pinyin: Diǎnxīn) is a style of Cantonese or Hokkien food prepared as small bite-sized or individual portions of food tr...
Dim sum - Wikipedia
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Reuben Egg Rolls
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Yum cha
Yum cha (simplified Chinese: 饮茶; traditional Chinese: 飲茶), also known as ban ming (品茗), is a southern Chinese style morning or afternoon tea, which involves drinking Chinese tea and eating dim...
Yum cha - Wikipedia
10 Unique Alphonso Mango Recipes For An Exciting Summer
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Mango pudding
Mango pudding is a Hong Kong dessert usually served cold. It is very popular in Hong Kong, where pudding is eaten as a traditional British food. Mango pudding originated in India and the recipe was in...
Mango pudding - Wikipedia
Reuben Egg Rolls
These Reuben Egg Rolls take everything you love about the classic deli sandwich and make turn into an amazing appetizer!
Cha siu bao
Cha siu bao or char siu bao is a Cantonese barbecue-pork-filled bun (baozi). The buns are filled with barbecue-flavored cha siu pork. They are served as a type of dim sum during yum cha and are someti...
Cha siu bao - Wikipedia
Taro cake
Taro cake (simplified Chinese: 芋头糕; traditional Chinese: 芋頭糕; Jyutping: wu tau gou) is a Chinese dish made from the vegetable taro. While it is denser in texture than radish cakes, both t...
Taro cake - Wikipedia
Lotus seed bun
A lotus seed bun is a Chinese sweet bun found in China. They're prepared by steaming a yeast-leavened dough that contains lotus seed paste. It can be classified as a dim sum, though not exclusively so...
Lotus seed bun - Wikipedia
Chicken feet
Chicken feet are a part of the chicken that is cooked in China, Indonesia, Korea, Malaysia, Trinidad and Tobago, Ukraine, Russia, Romania, Moldova, Jamaica, South Africa, Peru, Mexico, Philippines and...
Chicken feet - Wikipedia
Sharkfin and prawn dumpling in superior soup
Sharkfin and prawn dumpling in superior soup is a dim sum dish in Hong Kong.
Dumpling in Superior Soup originated from Ming dynasty in Yangzhou. In that time, people would like to use pigskin as a...
Almond jelly
Annin tofu (杏仁豆腐) is a soft, jellied dessert made of apricot kernel, agar, and sugar. It is a traditional dessert of Beijing cuisine, Cantonese cuisine, Hong Kong cuisine, and Japanese cuisine.The nam...
Almond jelly - Wikipedia
Mooncake (simplified Chinese: 月饼; traditional Chinese: 月餅; pinyin: yuè bĭng) is a Chinese bakery product traditionally eaten during the Mid-Autumn Festival (Zhongqiujie). The festival is ...
Mooncake - Wikipedia
Fun guo
Fun guo, or Chaozhou fun guo sometimes spelled fun quor, fun gor, fen guo, Chiu Chow dumpling, Teochew dumpling, or fun kor is a variety of steamed dumpling from the Chaoshan area of coastal eastern G...
Xiaolongbao is a type of steamed bun (baozi) from the Jiangnan region of China, especially associated with Shanghai and Wuxi. It is traditionally prepared in xiaolong, small bamboo steaming baskets, w...
Xiaolongbao - Wikipedia
Egg roll
Egg roll is a term used for many different foods around the world.
Many varieties of egg rolls are found in mainland China, many Chinese-speaking regions of Asia, and Chinese immigrant communities...
Egg roll - Wikipedia
Black sesame roll
Black sesame roll is a refrigerated dim sum dessert found in Hong Kong and some overseas Chinatowns. It is sweet and the texture is smooth and soft.
Preparation of the dessert begins with drying a...
Black sesame roll - Wikipedia
Taro dumpling
Taro dumpling is a variety of dim sum served within Chinese cuisine. It is a standard dish in dim sum restaurants in Hong Kong and around the world. Among overseas Chinatowns, it is often sold as a Ch...
Taro dumpling - Wikipedia
Sou (pastry)
Sou is a type of dried flaky Chinese pastry found in a variety of Chinese cuisines.
In dim sum restaurants, char siu sou (叉燒酥) is the most common version available. Other varieties may include cen...
Sou (pastry) - Wikipedia
Char siu
Char siu (Chinese: 叉燒 caa siu, literally "fork-roast"; also Romanised chasu, char siu, cha shao, char siew) is a popular way to flavor and prepare barbecued pork in Cantonese cuisine. It is classi...
Char siu - Wikipedia
Rice noodle roll
A rice noodle roll (also translated as steamed rice roll) is a Cantonese dish from southern China including Hong Kong, commonly served either as a snack, small meal or as a variety of dim sum. It is a...
Rice noodle roll - Wikipedia
Har gow
Ha gow (anglicized as Har gow) or Xiā jiǎo is a traditional Chinese dumpling served in dim sum.
The dumpling is sometimes called a shrimp bonnet for its pleated shape. This dish is often served to...
Har gow - Wikipedia
Huangqiao Sesame Cake
Huangqiao sesame cake (simplified Chinese: 黄桥烧饼; traditional Chinese: 黃橋燒餅; pinyin: Huángqiáo Shāobǐng) is a sesame seed cake that originated from Huangqiao town in Taixing, Jiangsu. It ha...
Huangqiao Sesame Cake - Wikipedia
Chai tow kway
Chai tao kway is a common dish or dim sum of Teochew cuisine in Chaoshan (China), Singapore and Malaysia, consisting of stir-fried cubes of radish cake.
It is also known as "fried carrot cake" or ...
Chai tow kway - Wikipedia
Tang bao
Tangbao or soup buns are a large, soup-filled type of steamed buns (baozi) in Chinese cuisine. They are also sometimes known as guantang bao or soup-filled buns. Various varieties are found, with some...
Tang bao - Wikipedia
Tofu skin roll
Tofu skin roll or Tofu roll is a dim sum dish. It can be found in Hong Kong and among overseas Chinese restaurants. It is usually served in a small plate in twos or threes. In all cases, the outer lay...
Tofu skin roll - Wikipedia
Zhaliang is a kind of food in Cantonese cuisine of China. It is made by tightly wrapping rice noodle roll around youtiao (fried dough). It is most popular in the Guangdong province of southern China, ...
Zhaliang - Wikipedia
Dark tea
Fermented tea (also known as post-fermented tea or dark tea) is a class of tea that has undergone microbial fermentation, from several months to many years. The exposure of the tea leaves to humidity ...
Nian gao
Niangao (nin gou in Cantonese), sometimes translated as year cake or Chinese New Year's cake, is a food prepared from glutinous rice and consumed in Chinese cuisine. It is available in Asian supermark...
Nian gao - Wikipedia