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Transcript of Chinese Food
-8 teaspoons baking powder
-1 teaspoon salt
-1 cup dry milk/yeast
-2 cups hot water Ingredients: Chinese Breakfast Bread -Peel your fruits to prevent food poisoning. FUN FACTS: -Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner. HOW TO MAKE:
Chinese Fried Bread (considered a harbinger of death.) -Do not turn over your fish. "“The fish symbolizes the boat,” he explains. By turning it over, you’re casting the hapless fishermen into Davy Jones’ locker." STEP ONE: DINNER -Birthday Noodles -Tea tapping -Order an even number of dishes Breakfast
for the Chinese - What's important is that the Chinese people don't eat the same as American's do regularly, so you would ask, What do the Chinese eat for breakfast? Works Cited
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"Zong Zi - the Traditional Chinese Food." About.com Chinese Food. N.p., n.d. Web. 04 Oct. 2012. <http://chinesefood.about.com/od/foodfestivals/a/zongzidumpling.htm>. Bibliography Bao Zi (Chinese buns) Eaten for breakfast in Northern China. FRIED BREAD: Youtiao (Traditional Chinese)
Yau ja gwai (Cantonese)
-Chinese oil stick, Chinese donut, Chinese Cruller, etc. AKA: -They have rice on a few meat dishes.
(Such as pork, chicken, beef, etc.)
-They eat on the Lazy Susan.
-Usually eat tofu, vegetables, and meat dishes. Wonton Soup Rice Soup Jook Egg Drop Soup -Wonton soup
-Egg Drop Soup
-Rice Soup Soups:
Root: -Green Vegetables
-Peppers, garlic, Onions,etc. -Sweet potatoes, potatoes, carrots, etc. Non-root: Vegetables -They also eat tofu -Knead until is has a dough like texture. STEP TWO: STEP THREE: -Let sit for at least 10 minutes. STEP FOUR: -Cut down into desired size and shape. STEP FIVE: -Fry in oil/grease on high. -SERVE AND ENJOY! STEP SIX: -Dumplings Roast duck -Chicken -Roast Pork -Soup pot -Dumpling soup -Beef stir fry Baby bok choy -Lotus Roast Pork -They believe that dog meat has medicinal qualities. -Main foods you'd expect are noodles and rice -BUT Chinese meals do not come with a bowl of rice unless it's requested -All purpose flour
-Sesame oil Chinese Pancakes Scallion Pancakes It's mostly grains because like the food pyramid, we need grains, or wheat, or bread in our system Nuts -Imperial food represented a dynasty’s best cuisine FOODS OF THE EMPERORS! Imperial food-Having supreme authority
or it was just like great food -Mix all ingredients. Chinese Food is an Art