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Q: what is the most popular food in china? and what do they use to make it?

43 weeks 4 days ago in  Food  - China

 
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No. 1 Hotpot

 hot potHotpot (火锅 huǒguō) is a “dish” to tell apart real Chinese food lovers. If you really appreciate hotpot rather than just ordering fired rice, chow mein, and dim sum all the time, you are truly a Chinese cuisine fan!

The secret of whether a hotpot is good or not lies in the broth, in which all the meat slices and vegetables are cooked.

 

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The most popular food in China is rice.

 

They use boiling water with pinch of salt ... to make it.

 

Chinese eat rice with every meal ... 

 

Here it is ... as a bonus for all gourmans here:

... delicacy among culinary ex-ports ... and people who try to slim down ... he he

 

https://answers.echinacities.com/question/anybody-has-receipe-maggot-ste...

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Don’t believe these lies!  

The most popular food in China is Mexican flatbread pizza with asparagus and apple purée topping.

Its made from cabbage, sugar, bacon, century egg, and Baijiu.  

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There are a half dozen styles of Chinese foods based on their original provinces, Cantonese style, Sichuan style, for example.

 

I'll try to give you one popular choice each out of four styles. (Just a guide, no 100% accuracy guaranteed! smiley)

1. Sweet and sour Mandarin Fish (Song Shu Gui Yu) - Jiangsu & Zhejiang style

2. Hotpot (Sichuan Huo Guo) - Sichuan style

3. Roasted piglin (Kao Ru Zhu) - Cantonese style

4. Peking roasted duck (Beijing Kao Ya) - Peking style

 

These options are easy to find and affordable. Hope it helps! 

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No. 1 Hotpot

 hot potHotpot (火锅 huǒguō) is a “dish” to tell apart real Chinese food lovers. If you really appreciate hotpot rather than just ordering fired rice, chow mein, and dim sum all the time, you are truly a Chinese cuisine fan!

The secret of whether a hotpot is good or not lies in the broth, in which all the meat slices and vegetables are cooked.

 

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Bat, apparently cooked in soup.

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Most popular food? Anything that starts a pandemic . . . Chinese cuisine is great for thisdevil

 

Let the flaming begin! 

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What?? Bat, pangolin and pandemic?

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