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A wonton (simplified Chinese: 云吞; traditional Chinese: 雲吞), also spelled wuntun in transliteration from Cantonese which‘s one of most popular street food at Sichuan, Guangzhou and Hong Kong.

 

 Ancient Chinese thought wonton were a sealed bun, from the western Han Dynasty, and became popular from the time of the Tang Dynasty, people began to differentiate the name of dumpling (jiaozi) and wonton. It's smaller than Pot-stickers or dumpling size and  filling and wrapped in a thin 6x6cm2 very thin square dough wrapper. The texture is also very smooth.

Wontons are traditionally served in soup, but jiaozi is usually eaten with dipping sauce. The most common filling is ground pork. 

Fun Fact

shēng jiān bāo

Pan-fried pork buns

shēng jiān bāo

Pan-fried pork buns

shēng jiān bāo

Pan-fried pork buns

 Pan-Fried Soup Bao

 Shanghai is full of wonderful choices when it comes to food​, and most typically breakfast tradition restaurant selling the local speciality snack: Sheng Jian Bao/生煎包 (Pan-fried pork buns).

The wrapper is made from yeast dough and the filling contains minced pork, spring onion and various seasonings. It’s quite small in size, similar to a golf ball.

The wrapper has a lovely soft texture with a golden, crispy base . The filling is flavoursome and moist

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As one of top 10 Taiwanese street snack, how can we skip?

 

Beef Scallion Pancakes, 

 

Recipe was from fashion Grandfather's, As a food-lover, I hope can inherit the traditional flavor. 

 

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Recipe

 

Scallion pancakes are essentially dough that has green onions mixed into it.  It's then rolled really thin and then pan fried until it is golden brown. 

Wrap with fresh crunchy cucumber & a warm melt in the mouth tender beef with a sweet & savory sauce all throughout.

Traditionally, it is then cut into wedges as burrito-style and served with a sweet and spicy soy sauce (kind of like they kind that's served with pot stickers) for dipping. 

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 Ramen Bowl!! 

Ramen (ラーメン) is a noodle soup dish that was originally imported from China and has become one of the most popular dishes in Japan in recent decades. 

Ramen are typically categorized according to their soup base, although variations that combine the different bases are not uncommon. The main types of soup are: Shoyu, Shio, Miso, Tonkotsu. The second key aspect of ramen are the noodles, which are made of wheat and come in many different types. Typical Ramen noodles are long and elastic.

Though ramen can be considered a one dish meal, many ramen-ya also serve a selection of side dishes in addition to their noodles. The offerings vary from shop to shop but virtually all ramen-ya serve gyoza (potstickers).

How to eat? As with other noodle dishes in Japan, a slurping sound is made when eating ramen. The slurping enhances the flavors and helps cool down the piping hot noodles as they enter your mouth.