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Cuisine in China is a harmonious integration of color, redolence, taste, shape and the fineness of the instruments. For the cooking process, chefs pick choice and various ingredients and seasonings while employing unparalleled complicated skills handed down from their fathers, ever aspiring to their ideal of perfection for all the senses. Among the many cooking methods they use are boiling, stewing, braising, frying, steaming, crisping, baking, and simmering and so on. When they finish their masterpieces they are arranged on a variety of plates and dishes so that they are a real pleasure to view, to smell and ultimately to savor.
Cuisine can rise to many different occasions from luxury court feasts, fetes, holy sacrificial rites, joyous wedding ceremonies to simple daily meals and snacks. The art of a good cook is to provide a wholesome and satisfying dish to suit the occasion.
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Just as the ingredients of each dish and presentation is important, table manners and courtesy among diners are very much part of the Chinese cultural tradition. The facility to partake of these delights is also distinctive - chopsticks! To see even the smallest child eat with such dexterity is quite amazing for many foreigners. The use of two simple sticks in this way is an art in itself and chopsticks have determined the way in which dishes are presented at table. Only by combining excellent dishes with good manners can the high art of Chinese cuisine be truly enjoyed to the full.
About 50,000 years ago, “manual wood drilling to make fire” started the era of Chinese cooked food. Over this vast period of develping time, Chinese People have developed their unique cooking techniques and various cooking methods. Nowadays, modern scientific and healthy diet has been pursued by most people?.
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Ps iam part of Asian people that all.
flours:water=5:3(about weight),mix them in a big bowl,then rub mixture with your cleaned hands for about 10 minutes.(time depends on the situation of the mixture,when it turn to very smooth,it will be okay.
Pull the mixture to a long stick,and cut it into pieces.(one piece , one dumpling)
Manage to turn these pieces into round thin pieces.
Just cut your favourite meat and vegetables into muddy-like mixture.Then assemble fillture and flourskin together.(this step is not very easy,you should make dumplings no leaking when you spoil them,this is one of the reasons dumping is hard to make.Practice more,it will be better.)
PS:With some vinegar and garlics will be more perfect.(Depend on your tastes)
If you prefer to Chinese ones, Qingxin Vegetarian Food Restaurant (Qingxin Sushi) is suggested. I know on branch at No. 101, Huanhu Road, Donghu District.
If you want a Indian vegetarian, Tianzhu Indian Food Restaurant at No. 498, Minde Road is suggested for you.
Or I think you can learn to do some Chinese food for you friend and you can find many Chinese food on https://www.travelchinaguide.com/tour/food/chinese-cooking/ and on this page, you can also find the ways to make them.
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