Cantonese cuisine

Cantonese cuisine comes from Guangdong (Canton) province in southern China and is one of the Eight Culinary Traditions of Chinese cuisine. Its prominence outside China is due to the great numbers of early emigrants from Guangdong. Cantonese chefs are highly sought after throughout China. When Westerners speak of Chinese food, they usually refer to Cantonese cuisine.

Bai Qie Ji – White Cut Chicken

White cut chicken is a traditional Cantonese dish eaten at Chinese New Year to symbolise happiness, prosperity, and marriage ; And yet is comfort food in everyday Chinese home cooking.

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Cantonese Crabmeat and Sweetcorn Soup

This Cantonese dish is widely known and served at virtually all Chinese restaurants worldwide.

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Char Siu – Honey Roasted Pork (Chinese Barbecued Pork)

Char siu (char siew) is of Cantonese origin where pork is marinated in a honey hoisin sauce, and then roast in the oven to charred, savoury, and sticky sweet perfection. If there is a pork recipe that defines Chinese cooking, char siu (char siew) would be it.

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Chifa

Chifa is a term used in Peru to refer to Chinese cooking, in which Peruvian and Chinese ingredients are fused to Cantonese culinary tradition.

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Hoisin Sauce

Hoisin sauce, also called Chinese barbecue sauce is a fragrant, pungent sauce used frequently in Asian stir-fries and marinades and Asian-style grilled dishes.

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Hokkien Fried Rice

Hokkien fried rice (Chinese: 福建炒飯; also known as Fujian fried rice) is a popular Chinese-style wok fried rice dish in many Chinese restaurants. It has a thick sauce poured and mixed over fried rice with egg.

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Siu Yuk – Crunchy Roast Pork Belly

Crisp skin and juicy and tender meat – Who doesn’t love crunching down on a good piece of well-cooked pork crackling

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Suan Cai – Chinese Sauerkraut

Suan cai (also called suan tsai and Chinese sauerkraut) is a traditional Chinese pickled Chinese cabbage, used for a variety of purposes. Suan cai is similar to a fermented-cabbage dish, sauerkraut, which is common in the cuisines of Central and Eastern Europe.

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