In Chinese culture, when we speak about dumplings, we’re most likely referring to boiled dumplings (or shui jiao, 水饺). Yes, boiled dumplings. Not steamed dumplings or potstickers. Just boiled. Among rice and noodles, dumplings are also considered a staple meal. A...
The nutritional quality of instant noodles is of concern because it contains a high amount of fat, saturated fat and sodium, as well as little fibre, protein, vitamins and minerals. However, there is no recommended intake for instant noodles because it is not considered a replacement for meals.
There are quite a few articles circling around the web saying one thing or another so this article should help you understand the difference between Chinese Food & Korean Food by showing you some facts about the different cooking styles & cultures.
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