Chaozhou cuisine [Cháo zhōu cài], also known as Chaozhou cuisine, Chaoshan cuisine, is a major cuisine that is well-known both at home and abroad. It is the backbone and representative of Cantonese cuisine among the eight major cuisines in China.
It has been well-known at home and abroad for its beauty in “color, fragrance, taste, shape” and has a history of thousands of years. The ingredients are exquisite, the selection of materials is extensive, the workmanship is exquisite, the combination of Chinese and Western, the quality is delicious, “food in Guangzhou, taste in Chaozhou” is well-known at home and abroad. Chaozhou cuisine cooking skills are included in the list of the intangible cultural heritage of Guangdong Province.
Chaocai won the Group Gold Medal in the Fifth National Cooking Technology Competition in 2004 and was officially designated as the sole representative of Chinese food culture to participate in the World Expo three consecutive times.
In 2014, he was selected as the “2014 China Cities List-The Most Chinese Food Cities Recommended by Global Netizens” by China Radio International.
Chaoshan cuisine originated in the Chaoshan area of Guangdong and is an important part of Chaoshan culture. Chaoshan cuisine has a long history. It began in the Han and Tang Dynasties, formed in the Song Dynasty, prospered in the Ming Dynasty, and flourished in the Qing Dynasty. After more than a thousand years of continuous development, it has become famous and popular in the world. delicacy.
The current Chaozhou cuisine has developed into one of the famous dishes with unique Lingnan cultural characteristics and is well-known at home and abroad. It occupies an important position in the culinary culture of China and the world.
Teochew cuisine is rich in local flavors and is known for its expertise in cooking seafood and attaching importance to the original flavor. Known for being expensive, its materials are exquisite, the knives are exquisite, and its cooking methods are diverse. It is dedicated to the pursuit of color, fragrance, and taste. It is known as the highest-end cuisine in China.
Features of Chaozhou cuisine
After more than a thousand years of formation and development, Chaozhou cuisine has not only inherited the flavor of traditional famous dishes in accordance with the ancient legal system but also integrated and absorbed the sauces and sauces of Cantonese cuisine, Guangzhou cuisine, and Dongjiang cuisine, which are based on traditional flavors. On the top, it integrates the flavor and cooking technology of famous dishes from all over the world, refined and innovative, and is well-known at home and abroad for its beauty in “color, fragrance, taste, and shape”.