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  • Put Chai Ko - Mycitycuisine.org
    more direct but unofficial translation of Sticky rice pudding The pudding is made like other traditional Cantonese steam cakes It is said to have originated in the Chinese county of Taishan which is 140 km west of Hong Kong The pudding reached its popularity peak in the early to mid 1980s when hawkers sold it all over the streets in their push carts At the time there were only a small handful of flavors One of the dish s cultural trademarks is that it is served in a porcelain bowl or an aluminium cup The snack is still available today in select Chinese pastry or snack shops or from street hawkers The pudding can also be served like an ice pop held up by two bamboo sticks Contents 1 Photo Gallery 2 Featured Recipes 3 References 4 Rating edit Photo Gallery To add a photo please follow this submit form edit Featured Recipes Add your recipe here edit References Put Chai Ko wikipedia org Mini Put chai koh 砵仔糕 fcngoleong blogspot com Mini Clay Pot Pudding orientalcookbook co uk edit Rating 1 person recommends this dish Leave a comment Retrieved from http www mycitycuisine org wiki Put Chai Ko Category

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  • Stinky tofu (臭豆腐, Chou Dou Fu) - Mycitycuisine.org
    rotten garbage or manure even by its enthusiasts In some instances the taste has even been compared to rotten meat In spite of stinky tofu s smell most say the flavor is surprisingly mild It is said the more it smells the better its flavor Some few people have compared it to the taste of blue cheese It has also been compared to foie gras Regional Mainland China Stinky tofu is made and consumed in different ways in various areas of China For example the types of dried stinky tofu made in Changsha and Shaoxing are both very popular but they are made with different methods and the resulting flavors are very different The most famous shop for stinky tofu in Changsha Huo Gong Dian makes the tofu with yellow soybeans marinated in seasoning The stinky tofu sold in Tianjin is mostly made in the Nanjing style with a mild aroma In Shanghai stinky tofu is fried and sold on streets typically served with a spicy or sweet sauce It is also served as a condiment to Congee a kind of rice soup that is quite neutral in its own flavour often as a part of a regular breakfast meal In Chongqing stinky tofu on the streets is usually fried and dipped in a mixture of typically coriander cilantro leaves scallions chili powder Sichuan pepper and oil Stinky tofu is also sometimes dipped in Sichuan spicy hot pots Taiwan Stinky tofu is one of the most recognizable dishes in Taiwan It is very commonly served on roadside stands and in night markets It is usually served deep fried often served drizzled with sauce and topped with sour pickled vegetables grilled or added to a Sichuan mala soup base with solid goose blood Hong Kong In Hong Kong stinky tofu is

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  • Chinese Herbal Tea - Mycitycuisine.org
    is referred to as cold tea or cooling tea in the Chinese language Cooling tea is quite popular in Guangdong Macau and Hong Kong as well as other subtropical locales Many families make their tea at home Some families are herb tea specialists who open their own shops selling different kinds of herbal tea Some shops have been open for 150 years in Guangzhou and 50 60 years in Hong Kong In 1990s and 2000s cold tea has been bottled canned or boxed by some herbal tea specialists and is being sold in supermarkets in Asia and Asian markets overseas as fewer and fewer families have time to make them at home These products are usually sweetened and do not have their original flavours Chinese herb tea plays a crucial role in the title and the plot of the 1961 novel Eat a Bowl of Tea by Louis Chu Contents 1 Photo Gallery 2 Featured Recipes 3 References 4 Rating edit Photo Gallery To add a photo please follow this submit form edit Featured Recipes Add your recipe here edit References Chinese Herbal Tea wikipedia org Chinese Herbal Tea bbcapharm en made in china com Chinese Improve Health with Chinese

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  • Chrysanthemum Tea (菊花茶) - Mycitycuisine.org
    times Several varieties of chrysanthemum ranging from white to pale or bright yellow in color are used for tea These include Huángshān Gòngjú 黄山贡菊 literally Yellow Mountain tribute chrysanthemum Hángbáijú 杭白菊 Chújú 滁菊 and Bójú 亳菊 Medicinal use Chrysanthemum tea has many purported medicinal uses including an aid in recovery from influenza acne and as a cooling herb According to traditional Chinese medicine the tea can aid in the prevention of sore throat and promote the reduction of fever In Korea it is known well for its medicinal use for making people more alert and is often used to waken themselves In western herbal medicine Chrysanthemum tea is drunk and used as a compress to treat circulatory disorders such as varicose veins and atherosclerosis In traditional Chinese medicine chrysanthemum tea is also used to treat the eyes and is said to clear the liver and the eyes It is believed to be effective in treating eye pain associated with stress or yin fluid deficiency It is also used to treat blurring spots in front of the eyes diminished vision and dizziness The liver is associated with the element Wood which rules the eyes and is associated with anger stress and related emotions Although typically prepared at home chrysanthemum tea is also available as a beverage in many Asian restaurants particularly Chinese ones and is also available from various drinks outlets in East Asia as well as Asian grocery stores outside Asia in canned or packed form Due to its medicinal value it may also be available at Traditional Chinese medicine outlets often mixed with other ingredients Contents 1 Photo Gallery 2 Featured Recipes 3 References 4 Rating edit Photo Gallery To add a photo please follow this submit form edit Featured Recipes Add your recipe here edit References Chrysanthemum Tea

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  • Bolay (普洱茶) - Mycitycuisine.org
    raw pu er is technically a type of green tea ripened or aged raw pu er has occasionally been mistakenly categorised as a subcategory of black tea due to the dark red colour of its leaves and liquor However pu er in both its ripened and aged forms has undergone secondary oxidization and fermentation caused both by organisms growing in the tea and free radical oxidation thus making it a unique type of tea Preparation Preparation of pu er involves first separating a well sized portion of the compressed tea for brewing This can be done by flaking off pieces of the cake or by steaming the entire cake until it is soft from heat and hydration A pu er knife which is similar to an oyster knife or a rigid letter opener is used to pry large horizontal flakes of tea off the cake such as to minimize leaf breakage Steaming is usually performed on smaller teas such as tuocha or mushroom pu er and involves steaming the cake until it can be rubbed apart and then dried In both cases a vertical sampling of the cake should be obtained since the quality of the leaves in a cake usually varies between the surface and the center of the cake Pu er is generally expected to be served Gongfu style generally in Yixing teaware or in a type of Chinese teacup called a gaiwan Steeping times last from 12 30 seconds in the first few infusions up to 2 10 minutes in the last infusions The prolonged steeping techniques used by some western tea makers can produce dark bitter and unpleasant brews Quality aged pu er can yield many more infusions with different flavour nuances when brewed in the traditional Gong Fu method Because of the prolonged fermentation in

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  • 24 flavors (廿四味) - Mycitycuisine.org
    although it may feature as few as 10 or as many as 28 or more The recipe is not fixed and thus may vary according to the producer The tea is somewhat bitter in taste Typical ingredients Mulberry leaf 桑叶 Chrysanthemum flower 菊花 Japanese Honeysuckle flower 金银花 Bamboo leaf 竹叶 Peppermint 薄荷 Imperata cylindrica 茅根 Luohan guo 罗汉果 Agastache rugosa 藿香 Perilla frutescens 紫苏 Elsholtzia 香薷 Fermented soybean 淡豆鼓 Cleistocalyx operculatus flower 水翁花 Microcos paniculata leaf 布渣叶 Ilex rotunda 救必应 Contents 1 Photo Gallery 2 Featured Recipes 3 References 4 Rating edit Photo Gallery To add a photo please follow this submit form edit Featured Recipes Add your recipe here edit References 24 flavors tea wikipedia org 24 flavors Nian Si Wei Herbal Tea asiansupermarket365 com 廿四味 24Herbs facebook com edit Rating 0 people recommend this dish Leave a comment Retrieved from http www mycitycuisine org wiki 24 flavors E5 BB BF E5 9B 9B E5 91 B3 Category Dish Personal tools 81 198 240 36 Talk for this IP address Log in Namespaces Page Discussion Variants Views Read Edit View history Actions Search Navigation Main page Recent changes Random page Suggest a Dish Supporting Bloggers Help Toolbox What links

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  • Hong Kong-Style Milk Tea - Mycitycuisine.org
    condensed milk instead of milk and sugar gives the tea a richer feel To make the tea water and tea are brought to a boil then simmered for a couple minutes The key feature of Hong Kong style milk tea is that a sackcloth bag is used to filter the tea leaves However any other filter strainer may be used to filter the tea Sackcloth bags are not completely necessary but generally preferred The bag reputed to make the tea smoother gradually develops an intense brown colour as a result of prolonged tea drenching Together with the shape of the filter it resembles a silk stocking giving Hong Kong style milk tea the nickname of pantyhose or silk stocking milk tea Chinese 絲襪奶茶 This nickname is used in Hong Kong but less so in mainland China and overseas communities Iced milk tea in cans or plastic bottles can be found in many of the convenience stores around Hong Kong Contents 1 Photo Gallery 2 Featured Recipes 3 References 4 Rating edit Photo Gallery To add a photo please follow this submit form edit Featured Recipes Add your recipe here edit References Hong Kong Style Milk Tea wikipedia org Hong Kong

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  • Red Bean Ice (红豆冰) - Mycitycuisine.org
    the flavors come out Contents 1 Photo Gallery 2 Featured Recipes 3 References 4 Rating edit Photo Gallery To add a photo please follow this submit form edit Featured Recipes Add your recipe here edit References Red Bean Ice wikipedia org Red Bean Ice Drink ifood tv Red Bean Ice Drink cooksloweatfast blogspot com edit Rating 2 people recommend this dish Leave a comment Retrieved from http www mycitycuisine org

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