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Cha siu bao

Cha siu bao

Cha siu bao is one of the typical and traditional dim sum of Han nationality in Guangdong. It also is regarded as one of four heavenly kings of dim sum. Cha siu bao or BBQ pork bun is a Cantonese barbecue-pork-filled bun. “Cha siu” refers to the pork filling and the word “bao” simply means bun. There are two major kinds of cha siu bao: steamed and baked. Steamed cha siu bao has a white exterior, while its baked counterpart is browned and glazed. They are served as a type of dim sum during yum cha and are sometimes sold in breakfast diners.

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Bamboo Pressed Noodles

Guangzhou bamboo pressed noddle

The noodle is made with eggs, traditionally made with duck egg, and is considered one of the rarer noodles in existence. Historically the chef rides a bamboo log to press the eggs, flour, and other ingredients together.

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Radish Cake (Luo Bo Gao)

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Radish Cake is a traditional cake having in Spring Festival, but people still can find it from market in other seasons. Radish cake is a sweet spice cake with grated radish mixed into the batter. Almost every Cantonese family eats this dessert at every gathering.

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Yujiao

Guangzhou-yujiao

Yujiao is shaped like a honey comb. It is made of taro powder and four. Pork is the filling. Yujiao as a famous Cantonese flavor snack and also the necessary breakfast in Guangzhou is not exaggerated.

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Bao Zai Fan (Clay Hot Pot Rice)

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Bao Zai Fan is to steam the rice is a clay hot pot. It is the traditional Cantonese cate. The style of the hot pot rice can reached as much as more than twenty, such as Chinese sausage, ground pork, preserved pork etc.

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