Kung Pao chicken is a spicy stir-fry dish from the Sichuan province in southwestern China.
Udon is from Japan, bibimbap is a Korean dish, and phở comes from Vietnam originally.
Although less common, you might see Peking duck listed as "lacquered duck" on some menus.
This dish originates in Beijing, and was first made in the 1300s. A duck is prepared before being hung and glazed for 24 hours and then roasted.
Teriyaki is not a sauce, and it's not traditionally from China.
Teriyaki is a cooking technique from Japan. Teriyaki food is grilled in a glaze of soy sauce, mirin, and sugar, which has come to be known as teriyaki sauce.
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This is a wonton, which translates to "swallow cloud" in Cantonese because the dumplings float in broth like little clouds.
Wontons are dumplings that are usually filled with pork or shrimp. They are boiled and served in broth, but they can also be deep-fried.
Chifa cuisine is a fusion of traditional Peruvian food and Cantonese food.
This photo, for instance, shows an egg tortilla on top of a plate of fried rice.
Szechuan cuisine, also known as Sichuan cuisine, is usually the spiciest of the eight modern cuisines of China.
Szechuan dishes are known for their abundance of garlic and chili peppers, along with Szechuan peppers.
Dim Sum is the preparation of small plates or baskets of food that are usually eaten for breakfast or a light lunch.
It's a Cantonese tradition, and it is usually served with tea.
"Lo" means boiled, and "chow" means fried.
Both dishes use the same sort of egg noodles, but chow mein noodles are sauteed, and stay crunchier. By the way, chop suey is something else entirely, and doesn't even have noodles.
Chinese spoons are traditionally made out of ceramic, but porcelain ones are also popular.
They also known as "duck spoons" and are used for Chinese dishes that are served with broth or loose solid foods such as rice.
Chinese broccoli is also known as Chinese kale, but its official name is gai lan.
It's a vegetable with thick leaves, which is commonly eaten sautéed or steamed.
This post was translated from Spanish.