Baijiu is the traditional drink of choice for Chinese wedding banquets. Baijiu is distilled from fermented sorghum and sometimes other grains. It is a very strong liquor (between 80 and 120 proof) and can be a bit of an acquired taste, so sip carefully. Some couples sneakily switch to water after a few shots since baijiu is colorless! Red Wine
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Traditionally, seafood is served before the chicken, as it is customary to serve all the expensive foods first, but it seemed things were switched around on this menu. Eighth course: Steamed two green bass with ginger and scallions in soya sauce. Much like abalone, the word of fish ( yu) sounds like the word “abundance” or “surplus”.
Aug 19, 2015 · Roast pig Shrimp Scallops Vegetable stuffed with dried scallop Soup Abalone Red sea bass Roasted chicken Fried rice or noodles Dessert - lotus seed and lily soup with red bean. The Chinese associate auspicious meanings to many food items, and here’s just a few lucky dishes that have plenty of happy sentiments behind them: Scallops equal fertility.
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- Fried Rice (Chǎofàn) “Rice is a staple in Chinese cuisine,” Yinn Low tells us. “Chinese fried rice is a complete meal that feeds the entire family. The combination of ingredients can be anything from protein (chicken, pork, shrimp) to vegetables (carrots, mixed vegetables).
- Peking Duck (Běijīng Kǎoyā) “Personally, I think Peking duck is the best way to eat duck,” Yinn Low tells us of the Beijing dish. “Crispy roasted duck sliced into bite-sized pieces, rolled up in a wrapper with salad and hoisin sauce.”
- Stinky Tofu (Chòudòufu) The name kind of says it all: Stinky tofu is fermented tofu with a strong odor (and it’s said that the stronger it smells, the better it tastes).
- Chow Mein. “Other than rice, noodles are a mainstay in Chinese cooking,” Yinn Low says. “Just like with fried rice, there are endless variations on chow mein.
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