What is the most favorite (喜爱 xǐ ài) cuisine in winter (冬天 dōng tiān) China? -Hot pot (火锅 huǒ guō)!

26 Mar

What is the most favorite (喜爱 xǐ ài) cuisine in winter (冬天 dōng tiān) China? Hot pot (火锅 huǒ guō) would take the Top One place without any doubt (怀疑 huái yí). Hot pot goes with a simmering metal pot at the center (中间 zhōng jiān) of the table, with raw (生的 shēng de) food spreading around it. Food is then placed (放 fàng) into the boiling water (水 shuǐ) and cooked instantly (立刻 lì kè) with fresh (新鲜 xīn xiān) scent (香味 xiāng wèi) and taste (味道 wèi dao). You can put almost everything you like into a hot pot: lamb (羊肉 yáng ròu), fish (鱼 yú), beef (牛肉 niú ròu), spinach (菠菜 bō cài), tofu (豆腐 dòu fu), etc. Hot pot style (种类 zhǒng lèi) varies among different regions (地区 dì qū) of China. Sichuan style tends to be extremely spicy (辣 là), while Beijing style uses special (特别的 tè bié de) copper pot as shown in the picture. Why (为什么 wèi shén me) hot pot is so hot in winter China? It is believed that not only the great taste, but also the atmosphere of family and friends getting together makes the dinner so warm (温暖 wēn nuǎn) in winter time. Please view from here if you want to learn more words in Chinese about 火锅!

Tired of learning language in a monotony way? Speakmandarin.com may have the fun and exciting solution that works perfectly for YOU! Planning a trip to China? Find out our Chinese for Travelers, Chinese for Business Travelers programs which help polish up your language skills and prepare you for basic conversations to guarantee a safe and fun trip. Using Chinese outside the country? Using Chinese in English-Speaking Country would provide you various situations to use Chinese in Chinatown, Chinese restaurants, visiting a Chinese family, etc.

Advertisements

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: