This Taiwanese/Chinese restaurant is addictive! We went for some of my favourites, tossed wild vegetable and beancurd with sesame oil, string bean with minced pork and mini dry shrimps, steamed chicken dumplings, steamed vegetarian dumplings and spicy wontons. Continue reading “Din Tai Fung”
But there is so much good food to try out! Like sweet potatoes, Jianbing (like sort of a pancake with egg, oil, spring onion..), Chinese buns, food on a stick.. There is just so much to try! I’ve tried so much really nice food, and some really terrible..
When I first moved to Shanghai, then all I talked to my Chinese neighbours about was food. What had I been eating today, what would I eat next. And it is sort of the same when I’m down in our summer house in southern Sweden. A lot of talk about food… I like it!
My kids prefer home made dumplings, or Jiaozi as they say in China. I have to make them a few times every month. And I always have one of the kids to help me with them. Because it takes some time to make them..
Favourite filling; minced chicken, cabbage, spring onion, garlic, fresh ginger. But the sauce is mega important!! Japanese soy sauce, rice wine and squeezed ginger all mixed together. Yum!!