July 27, 2010

I love Beijing food

Here are just a few of my favourite dishes:

Beijing Pork dish © Evelyn Howard 2010

My favourite dish is pork cooked with chilli and Szechuan pepper, eaten with steamed rice.

Beijing fish dish © Evelyn Howard 2010

Fish cooked in a similar way as the pork (above) – look at those garlic! Really delicious.

Chinese spicy chicen © Evelyn Howard 2010

And another variation – chicken cooked in almost the same way. Also yummy.

Chinese steamed buns © Evelyn Howard 2010

Steamed buns for breakfast – satisfying!

Beijing dumplings

Meat dumplings for breakfast, lunch or anytime of the day.

Siew Loong Pau © Evelyn Howard 2010

Siew Loong Pau literally means little dragon parcels – I love the name! Lovely little parcels with meat and broth.

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J Bar said...

It looks yummy.

Hilda said...

Oh my goodness, you have just made me terribly hungry! Everything looks sooo good! Thank goodness I still have some dimsum in the refrigerator.

Louis la Vache said...

Yum! These dishes look like food the Chinese-born Mme la Vache prepares. She is an excellent cook. You've made «Louis» hungry...

Rainforest Gardener said...

That looks so delicious! I would love to get my hands on the steamed buns and dumplings. "street" food is my favorite!

Sylvia K said...

Oh, yummy indeed! Terrific photos and now I'm definitely ready to eat! Have a great week, Evelyn!


cat said...

That sure was a lot of garlic!

EG Wow said...

Looks quite yummy!

aka Penelope said...

The food looks tasty and the hand drawings on the right deliciously creative. :)

michael said...

I love Szechuan cooking. This looks wonderful.

magiceye said...

looks yummily delicious!

Ann said...

That Ma lak chilli soup, when I was in Singapore, I had them, but the husband thinks Beijing too oily and salty for his taste.

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