China has a vast territory and a long history. It not only has various natural landscapes and historical relics but also has a rich food culture. Chinese cuisine can be divided into eight flavors, including sweet and sour and hot and sour.
The following is a list of the top 15 Chinese dishes at home and abroad:
Dumplings have always been an indispensable Chinese dish on New Year’s Eve, especially in the reunion dinner in the northern region. It was invented by Zhang Zhongjing, a Chinese medicine saint 1800 years ago, to treat frostbitten ears. Nowadays, people mix chopped pork, chicken, lamb, or beef with chopped vegetables to make fillings, which are then wrapped in thin dumpling skins, and then the wrappers are formed into ear shapes. During the Lunar New Year, people also pack brown sugar, coins, dates, or peanuts for a good omen.