Presentation on theme: "China Foods Yasmin McKenzie Emma Gawne. History of Chinese Food From 2200 – 3800 years ago, China had already started to develop a Chinese food history."— Presentation transcript:
History of Chinese Food From 2200 – 3800 years ago, China had already started to develop a Chinese food history. Their style originates from the Imperial Court so the food is meant to be ‘fit for an emperor’. When the food industry first started in China, all foods were made for only emperors and their wives. The first Chinese dish was noodles. It is unknown for the exact type and ingredients.
Types of Chinese Foods Chuan Chuan is a style of Chinese cuisine originating in the Sichuan Province of southwestern China famed for bold flavors, particularly the pungency and spiciness resulting from liberal use of garlic and chili peppers. Hui Hui is derived from the native cooking styles of the Huangshan Mountains region in China and is similar to Su cuisine, but with less emphasis on seafood and more on a wide variety of local herbs and vegetables. Lu With a long history, Lu Cuisine once formed an important part of the imperial cuisine and was widely promoted in North China. However, it isn't so popular in South China. Lu Cuisine is featured by a variety of cooking techniques and seafood. Min Min cuisine is a Fujian coastal region. Woodland delicacies such as edible mushrooms and bamboo shoots are also utilized. Slicing techniques are valued in the cuisine and utilized to enhance the flavor, aroma and texture of seafood and other foods. Su Su is one of the major components of Chinese cuisine. It is very famous all over the world for its distinctive style and taste. It is especially popular in the lower reach of the Yangtze River. Yue The Cantonese style of dining, yum cha, combines the variety of dim sum dishes with the drinking of tea. Yum cha literally means 'drink tea'. Cantonese style is the unique and charm dishes. Xiang Xiang cuisine is well known for its hot spicy flavor, fresh aroma and deep color. Common cooking techniques include stewing, frying, pot-roasting, braising, and smoking. Zhe Zhe cuisine is one of the Eight Culinary Traditions of China, derives from the native cooking styles of the Zhe region.
Types of Chinese Foods Pictures Min Chuan Hui Lu Su Yue Xiang Zhe
Famous Foods and Drinks in China Basic Fried Rice Peking Duck Fortune Cookies Pork Dumplings Spring Rolls Pork Buns Chicken feet (Phenoix Claws) Moon Cake Mango pudding Rice Cakes Chow Mein Green Tea
General Facts about China China has a population of over 1.3 billion people. China is the 3 rd largest country with 9, 706, 961 sq km after Russia, Canada and the USA. The summit of Mt. Everest is on the border of China and Nepel. The capital city is Beijing but the most popular city is Shanghi. 47% of the people live in urban areas. About half of the city children mainly live with there grandparents.
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