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Dim Sum Chinese cuisine enjoys a supreme standing in the world of food and its delicacies are renowned globally for their delicious, appetizing aroma and exquisite presentations. Due to the variance of the climate and different customs prevailing over the vast region of China, food is widely available with its special styles and tastes. Chinese cuisine has played a substantial role and has become as an indispensable part of the nation's heritage and culture.

Aromatic Chinese Cuisine
Vivid, sweet smelling and delicious are temperaments of China's varied cuisine’s. Chinese cuisine's ‘savory dish’ normally adorned with three to five colors with variety of flavors added to the course.

In Chinese dishes, the stronger aromatic fragrance stimulates one's appetite, the use of scallion, fresh ginger, root garlic or chili pepper with the flavor of wine, aniseed, cinnamon, peppercorn and sesame oil adds charm and delicacy to the Cuisine. Complementary subtleties like -- Soy sauce, Sugar, Vinegar and other seasonings are also used carefully to maintain the balance of all the ingredients added in a dish.
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Chinese Delicacies
Dim Sum
A unique Chinese food is dim sum. Actually dim sum comprises of small dishes taken for snacks or during tea time, in Chinese it is called yam cha. The dishes are served in restaurants on a trolley. Most of the dim sum dishes are steamed, but they may also be fried or braised. Common to all dim sums is that they are in small portions, bite size, and normally strongly flavored. Dim sum is of Cantonese origin and very popular not only in China but also in other Asian countries.

Noodles Noodles
Noodles are the most important in any course of Chinese cuisine. The credit of inventing noodles goes to Chinese, later on, was spread over to European countries by Marco Polo in the 13th century and later on to the south Asian Countries. Making noodles in a traditional Chinese way is an acrobatic art. In early days the dough was pulled and whirled through the air in order to stretch it, but today the machines do the entire process. The Chinese have a very logical reason to explain why the longer noodles are the best! To the ever-superstitious Chinese, long noodles mean long life. The noodles are mixed with varied souses and vegetables to give an aromatic flavor quite popular among children.

Bean curd
Bean Curd is also known as ‘Tofu’ in the Western world quite popular as a Chinese dish. It has the appearance of a soft cheese known and is produced by milling soybeans and forming large cakes of it that can be stored for quite a while. It can be cut into slices, and as it is fairly tasteless by itself (just as noodles), it easily adopts the taste of sauces and the other ingredients of a dish.

Erotic Food of China --Snakes, Cats and Bird's Nests
Snake meat is highly valued in Chinese cuisine rather for a number of notable pharmaceutical effects than the taste. The taste of snake food is like chicken. Snake food is good in winter because it is regarded as heart warming. Eating the snake's gall bladder is supposed to bring sure relief from rheumatism. A dish named Dragon, Phoenix, Tiger is prepared of snake, chicken and cat and is supposed to be an especially powerful agent to restore youth and vigor. The food of cats, snakes, and bird's nests is quite nutritious, although Western’s are not convinced with this cuisine.

Soup Delicacies
The two most famous Chinese soups, sharks fin soup and bird's nest soup are quite thick soups, resulting from the adding of the two main ingredients, shark fin and bird's nests which are simmered for many hours. It is rich delicacy often afforded by aristocrat crowd.

The Charm of Chopsticks
It's commonly known that the Chinese invented chopsticks a kind of cutlery to be used when eating but actual reason behind it was some thing else. Actually, the Chinese were taught to use chopsticks long before spoons and forks were invented in Europe, the knife was considered as a weapon, not a dining cutlery, therefore Chinese always preferred the delicate Chopsticks.

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