Cantonese rice, also known as Yuangzhou rice, is a typical dish of traditional Chinese cuisine. There are really many variations of Cantonese rice both in China itself, as regional recipes, and in the world, since this dish can really be prepared with various ingredients according to your tastes and preferences.
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Il Cantonese rice, Also known as Yuangzhou rice, is a typical dish of traditional Chinese cuisine. Of the Cantonese rice there are really many variations both in China itself, such as regional recipes, and in the world, since this dish can really be prepared with various ingredients according to one's tastes and preferences.
Here is a collection of recipes for making Cantonese rice in the original version and in its variants.
Cantonese rice, the original recipe
La original Cantonese rice recipe it is neither vegetarian nor vegan as it contains cooked ham and sometimes even egg-based omelettes. For this reason, below we propose variants to please everyone. Here is an example of traditional Cantonese rice.
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Vegan Cantonese rice
Il vegan cantonese rice it does not contain any ingredients of animal origin. Essentially, you can dress it with sautéed vegetables, soy sauce, tofu and dried fruit. Here the recipe.
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Vegetarian Cantonese rice
To prepare the vegetarian Cantonese rice you will essentially need seasonal vegetables, you can also add cubes of cheese as a condiment to taste and season with soy sauce. Here the recipe.
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Cantonese rice with wok
Making Cantonese rice will be even easier if you have your own wok. We have selected for you a recipe to prepare Cantonese rice in a vegan version, complete with egg-free omelettes made with chickpea flour or corn flour. Here all the instructions.
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Cantonese rice with tofu and curry
To flavor Cantonese rice without using meat or eggs, you can use tofu to be seasoned with something very spicy, such as curry. Here is the recipe to follow.
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Cantonese turmeric rice
Cantonese rice is even richer in color and flavor when we add a touch of turmeric powder, a very healthy spice with an oriental flavor that goes very well with rice and vegetables. Here the recipe.
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Light Cantonese rice
for light version of the Cantonese rice you will need carrots, peas and asparagus, you can also decide whether or not to add the egg whites. Here is the recipe to follow.
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Cantonese rice with wholemeal basmati
Cantonese rice will be an even more successful dish if you choose to use a long grain rice such as basmati, perhaps in the full version. Here is the recipe to follow.
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Cantonese rice with carrots and zucchini
If you are looking for a light dressing for your Cantonese rice, go for it carrots and zucchini steamed or sautéed in the wok with soy sauce. Here the recipe.
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Cantonese rice without glutamate
Monopodium glutamate is a seasoning widely used in Chinese cuisine which is also often present in industrial bouillon cubes. By preparing our vegetable broth we will avoid this unwanted ingredient. Here the recipe.
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Cantonese rice with ginger
Among the ingredients to give an extra touch of flavor to Cantonese rice we find powdered ginger which certainly enhances the flavor of the vegetables and which goes well with carrots and soy sauce. Here the recipe.
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What are your personalized recipes to prepare the Cantonese rice?