Contains wheat flour. “Yummy Yummy” curry sauce ingredients are multiple South East Asia spices, curry powder & wheat flour. Here it is cooked with onions & peas.
“Goo Lo” is a Hong Kong speciality. An outstanding dish cooked the “Yummy Yummy” way, pineapple, green pepper & onion in a mouth watering sauce.
Szechuan cuisine is famed for its hot, sweet & fiery cooking. These dishes are cooked in chilli hot bean sauce & garlic, onions, carrots, spring onions & bamboo shoots.
Udon is a type of thick wheat-flour noodles popular in Japanese cuisine.
A staple ingredient in the Easter diet, chow mein literally means fried noodle. It is said that long noodles equates to a long life. (Large portion).
This is a very popular Cantonese Cuisine in their dining experience which involves drinking Chinese tea & eating dim sum dishes. (Large portion).
In Southern China, the word for rice is “Fan”, this has become synonymous with the word for “meal”. Most Chinese families eat rice everyday, few meals would be considered balanced without it. (Large portion).