Fried Steamed Bun

Chinese Buns
August 31, 2010 Fried Steamed Bun  is a typical snack in Suzhou. It’s classical, fantastic, wonderful, unexceptionable, terrific and awesome. The buns are fried and steamed together and therefore, it’s called Fried Steamed Bun or in Cantonese, Sang Jien Pau.  The most wonderful part is the filling . The secret of the dainty lies in the meat jelly {Tags: , } {More...}

Steamed Chicken Buns

Chinese Buns
Steamed buns are a staple in Northern China. They have been around for 1800 years. According to a legend, steamed buns were invented by Zhuge Liang, a famous military strategist. He created this bread as a way to sustain his army when they fell ill on their way to South China. The original bun is {Tags: , } {More...}

Steamed White Fish

chinese fish recipes
Steamed White Fish is a recommended Taihu Boat Dishes. White fish, as its name implies is white in colour and it is a good dish after it has been well prepared. The fish for the dish should be carefully selected, weighing around 0.5 kilogram (the best). The dish is usually prepared with shredded ginger with {Tags: , } {More...}

Cracking Eel Paste

chinese fish recipes
August 30, 2010 Cracking Eel Paste, is another famous Suzhou dish. The eel paste is made with rice field eels being broiled, stir-fried or quick-boiled.where rice field eels are broiled, stir-fried or quick-boiled.  The name of Cracking Eel Paste comes into existence because the oil in the dish still cracks after it is served. The cracking refers to {Tags: , , } {More...}

Biluo Shelled Shrimps

chinese shrimp recipes
Biluo Shelled Shrimps is a famous traditional dish of Suzhou. It is named after Bi Luo Chun tea, arguably the finest green tea in all of China, which comes from Suzhou. This dish is prepared using the tea to flavor the shrimp, allowing for a unique taste. Biluo refers to Biluochun Tea produced in the {Tags: , , } {More...}

Whitebait Soup

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Whitebait Soup is the second dish of a typical Suzhou banquet. Whitebait, noted for its soft texture, appears on the Suzhou fish market every fall. This light, delicious soup is seasoned with ham, bamboo slices, green vegetable leaves, and includes the whitebait’s liver. This delicious soup can be served for brunch or lunch, along with bread {Tags: , } {More...}

Squirrel-Shaped Mandarin Fish

chinese fish recipes
There are many signature dishes of Suzhou that make up a formal banquet Suzhou style and which are renowned throughout China. Among these dishes, Squirrel-Shaped Mandarin Fish is the most famous, legendary both home and abroad. The Mandarin Fish is characterized by its lack of bones and the softness of its meat. The head of {Tags: , , } {More...}