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Cantonese seafood soup

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Cantonese seafood soup

Cantonese seafood soup
Type Soup
Place of origin China
Region or state Guangdong
Main ingredients seafood
Cookbook: Cantonese seafood soup 
Cantonese seafood soup
Chinese 海皇羹
Literal meaning sea emperor thick soup

Cantonese seafood soup is one of the main seafood soups within Cantonese cuisine. It is commonly found in Hong Kong, and is also available in Chinatowns in other nations. The soup is usually considered midrange to high-end in price depending on the ingredients.

Description

The soup is generally thick with a very smooth texture. It is usually whitish in color and a little transparent. While the English name is "soup", it is regarded as "gung" (羹) in the Chinese cuisine.

Variety

  • Plain Cantonese seafood soup (海皇羹)
  • Hundred flower Cantonese seafood soup (百花 . 海皇羹)
  • Bamboo fungus Cantonese seafood soup (竹笙. 海皇羹)
  • Crab meat Cantonese seafood soup (蟹肉 . 海皇羹)

See also

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