Chinese food

As I had said before, meals in China are about the same as Malaysian Chinese food. So no big deal about the lunch at Shenzhen.


the restaurant



egg omelette

A Chinese omelette can be egg foo yung or an oyster omelette.

Telur dadar is a flat, Indonesian omelette-style side dish usually eaten with rice, consisting of eggs pan-fried with chillies and onions.

A Thai omelette can be a kai yat sai which means literally "eggs, filled with stuffing".

An Indian Omelette is usually made with the addition of spices which vary by region. Most commonly used are finely chopped green chillies, chopped onions, coriander leaf or powder, cumin and a pinch of turmeirc, all of which are added to the egg before it is whisked.



stir-fried brinjal

Brinjals are rich in iron, calcium and vitamin A.



steamed fish

Two fatty acids, eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and docosahexaenoic (DHA), collectively known as Omega-3, are essential fatty acids. They cannot be made in the body, but are essential in the diet. Oil-rich fish are an excellent source of Omega-3 fatty acids.



stir-fried cucumbers

Some of the many health benefits of cucumbers include their high water content (about 95 percent), their fiber-rich skin and their levels of potassium and manganese, which help regulate blood pressure and help promote nutrient functions, respectively.



steamed chicken with light soya sauce

Chicken is a very good source of protein and niacin. It is also a good source of selenium, vitamin B6 and phosphorus.


The above dishes are almost like home-cooked food. Quite delicious though.


Comments

  1. Somehow, I could not really get used to the food when in China. Either too oily, salty or sour. Hometown food is still best.

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  2. i love chinese food and any home cooked food, but have never been to China to know the genuine taste of chinese food.

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  3. Love all the food and nice to know all the health benefits. Looks all so yummy!

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  4. The egg looked so normal. Ha :D

    But the fish...I tell you...this is the first time I have seen a fish which is so...different on a plate. :p

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  5. The steamed fish and that chicken dish are so yummy!

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  6. No fish!! I'll have the "steamed chicken with light soya sauce"!

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  7. I would love to eat with you.
    Today I have Dim Sum in Honolulu's Chinatown...

    Salaam & Aloha, Friend!


    Comfort Spiral

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  8. I enjoy Chinese food. These photos make me even want it now. :)

    Happy weekend! :)

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  9. i feel that chinese food in china abit oily.

    Almost same like malaysia one because of malaysia chinese!

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  10. I'm afraid the Chinese food in the U.S. is often high in oil, salt, msg., etc. and therefore not as healthy as it could be. Still... I like the looks of the cucumber dish.

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  11. Those plated should be in my house now because I am hungry. The steamed fish looks delicious.

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  12. Yummy foods! I'd not have stir-friend cucumbers yet, and looks very delicious!

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  13. Wenn, I'm totally hat-off to you! It is an impressive post. Your description on the foods go far beyond the typical nice taste, good taste etc. You list out the nutritious substances for all the foods! You're a chemist? ;)

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  14. It's kind of the same but.. saltier rite?

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  15. The food look so good!!

    Good intro for me.

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  16. The food look so good!!

    Good intro for me.

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  17. Yummy!!! But my experience told me that Chinese food is oily.

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  18. Very yummy ! I would eat all of the dishes right away !!

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  19. Hello Wenn
    Sorry, but my english is to bad for correctly write in english. In my Blog there is an translator from google at the right site. It translate in many laguages.

    Your pictures frm chinese food are beautiful and now I am hungry...:-)
    Have a nice day
    Kvelli

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  20. Nice food photos... I like the omelet. :)

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  21. Normally, when I go to Chinese Restaurant the below dishes we sure order one :
    1. egg omelette
    2. Steamed fish
    3. tao fu
    4. vege.

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  22. Wenn: What a neat selection of food, you certainly showed off their menu.

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  23. thanks..i didnt know u did it till i came here..ok.. i let u know when i got the news...

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  24. Well everything looks very good to me! And now I am hungry!

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  25. indeed they were rather oily.

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  26. I'm impressed with your knowledge of nutrients!

    I like Telur dadar.

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  27. I prefer Malaysian Chinese food, not China's Chinese food : )

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  28. those are Chinese foods. yehh..ever they are always be a yummy foods.

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