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Written by Janvi Chow
Published August 2018

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Guangzhou Shaomai

Guangzhou-shaomai

Shumai (simplified Chinese: 烧卖; traditional Chinese: 燒賣; pinyin: shāomài), also romanized as siu mai or shaomai, also called pork dumplings (although often other types of dumplings could also be filled with pork), is a type of traditional Chinese dumpling served as dim sum.

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Shrimp Dumpling

shrimp-dumpling

Shrimp dumpling is Guangdong shrimp dumpling for short and it is also called crystal shrimp dumpling. The filling of shrimp dumpling is the shelled fresh shrimp. Shrimp dumpling is the first one of "Four Kings" of Cantonese dim sum.

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Kaiji Sweetened Mung Bean Paste

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Guangzhou located in the south of China, so it is very hot there. Cantonese have food paying attention to function of heat-clearing and fire-toxin releasing. Mung Bean Paste is ideal snack having this function.

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Shunji Coconut Ice Cream

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Shunji is an old brand name for ice cream in Guangzhou. In Shunji all the ice creams are made by the most ancient way. From making powder to mix round the slurry are made by handwork. It can serve people the most delicious ice cream.

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Hewei Niuzai Luobo

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Beef haslets (organs such as heart and liver) are mixed with radish, seasoned with aniseed and Sichuan pepper, and cooked over an open fire. It’s served hot and best consumed quickly. It is a long Chinese name and is hard to spelling.

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