How To Eat Like A Local In Shanghai, China

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Shanghai cuisine, typically referred to as Hu cuisine, is a well-liked style of Chinese food. Shanghai’s cuisine is closely associated to those of the encircling provinces – Jiangsu and Zhejiang – and brought together these are known in China as Benbang delicacies (“native cuisine”).

 

Shanghai cuisine is epitomized by means of alcohol. Fish, crab, chicken are “drunken” with spirits and are briskly cooked, steamed, or served raw. Salted meats and preserved vegetables are also generally used to enhance the dish. Sugar can also be quite common in Shanghai cuisine, particularly when utilized in combination with soy sauce. Probably the most notable dish of this sort of cooking is “sweet and sour spare ribs”. “Red cooking” is another well-liked style of stewing meats and vegetables. In this video you will some of Shanghai’s favorite foods and some of the popular restaurants as well.

 

 

 

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