Cantonese Cuisine - Chinese Regional Cooking Styles
Cantonese Cuisine is considered to be the finest of China's regional cuisines. Learn more about cooking Cantonese food and try some recipes.
Beef and Peppers in Black Bean Sauce
This version of the Cantonese recipe increases the amount of meat and uses premade black bean sauce.
Beef With Broccoli
The secret to this recipe is cooking the beef in 1 cup of oil to seal in the juices, and cooking the broccoli in water to make it crisp and tender. For a more authentic touch, try using Chinese broccoli, which has an appearance and taste similar to asparagus.
Beef With Tomatoes Stir-fry
A variation, combining tomatoes and celery.
Char Siu Bao - Steamed Buns with Pork
A classic dim sum recipe.
In China, steak is not served whole but it is cut into small pieces, making it easier to eat with chopsticks. In this recipe steak and peppers are stir-fried in a spicy sauce.
A popular dim sum dessert - this recipe by Stephen Wong includes a nutritional breakdown.
Stir-fry Beef With Oyster Sauce
A basic recipe for beef stir-fried in oyster sauce.
Quick and Easy Beef Chow Fun
Chewy fresh rice noodles soak up the sauce in this dish made with black bean sauce and baby corn.
Four Main Chinese Regional Cooking Styles
A featuring exploring what distinguishes each of China's four regional styles of cooking.
Cantonese recipes from your Guide's recipe file
I've included a variety of dishes from appetizers through to dessert. Recipes include Spring Rolls, Turnip Cake, Sweet and Sour Pork, and popular home cooked dishes such as Beef with Tomatoes.
Cantonese Recipes - A Collection of Chinese Recipes that are representative of Cantonese cooking.