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White boiled shrimp

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White boiled shrimp

White boiled shrimp
Course Main dishes
Place of origin China
Main ingredients shrimp
Cookbook:White boiled shrimp 
White boiled shrimp
Traditional Chinese 白灼蝦
Simplified Chinese 白灼虾

White boiled shrimp is a variety of night dish in Cantonese cuisine.[1] The dish is made with shrimp in boiling (灼) hot water, and served with the shells. The shrimp is then eaten with soy sauce. When finished, people wash their hands in a bowl of warm tea and lemon.[2]

References

  1. ^ Big5.xinhuanet.com. "Big5.xinhuanet.com." 廣東菜係. Retrieved on 2009-08-15.
  2. ^ "鯉漁門海鮮餐 Seafood in Lee Yue Mun Pass". wordpress.com. 2012-02-18. Retrieved 13 August 2012. 


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