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Chinese Food Eating in China Chinese Food Eating in China


Breakfast

zǎofàn

Steamed bun bāozi Fried dough yǒu tiáo Pan cake jiān bǐng Soy milk dòu jiāng Creamy tofu dòufù nǎo Wonton hún tun Porridge zhōu


A typical Chinese breakfast can be steamed buns, fried dough, pan cakes, and soy milk, creamy tofu, wonton or porridge. But nowadays, bread, cake, and milk are also popular in China for their conveniences.


Lunch

wǔfàn

box lunch

hé fàn

noodles

miàn tiáo

Most working people eat box lunch, in which there are meat and vegetables, eggs and steamed rice. Noodles as lunch are also popular.


Supper

wǎnfàn

• 3-5 dishes and white rice will be prepared for supper which the whole family eat together. Both vegetable and meat such as pork, chicken, or fish, are cooked in fried pans with soy sauce and spice. • Few people in China have oven in their kitchen.


Stuffed dumpling

jiÇŽo zi

Jiaozi typically consist of ground meat and/or vegetable filling wrapped into a thinly rolled piece of dough, which is then sealed by pressing the edges together


jiǎo zi jiǎo zi


Tea

chá

black tea hóng chá green tea lǜ chá fruit tea guǒ chá flower tea huā chá chá is discovered in China and used as beverage firstly by Chinese people.


rice

mǐ fàn

mǐ fàn is the staple of chinese diet.

rice

mǐ fàn

rice

mǐ fàn


Hot pot

huÇ’ guĹ?

consisting of a simmering metal pot of stock at the center of the dining table. While the hot pot is kept simmering, ingredients are placed into the pot and are cooked at the table.


hot pot

huǒ guō

hot pot

huǒ guō


Formal Dinner A formal dinner in China begins from cold dishes(3-8 courses) to hot dishes(5-10 courses), then to noodles, jiaozi, or rice, and finally is ended by fruits.


xī hú cù yú (West lake sour fish)


dōng pō ròu (Poet’s pork)


běi jīng kǎo yā (Beijing duck)


gé lì zhēng dǎn (Chinese style steamed eggs)


má pó dòu fu (Pock mark tofu)


xiāng gū qīng cài (Mashroom and pak choy)


jiǔ niàng yuán zi (Fermented glutinous rice dumpling)


bā bǎo fàn (Eight treasures rice)


Which one is the staple of Chinese diet? A.

hóng dòu

B.

yù mǐ

C.

dà mǐ

Feel them, which one is dà mǐ


Chinese people use chopsticks in eating. Do you know how to use chopsticks? Move them from one box to the other


Chopsticks

kuài zi

Chopsticks

kuài zi

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