As the saying goes, "Southern rice and northern noodles", this is in terms of staple food. If you just talk about eating habits, in fact, southerners like to eat pasta, but southerners use pasta as a staple food less often than snacks. In 2013, the "Top Ten Famous Noodles in China" first selected by the Ministry of Commerce and the China Hotel Association was released. The North and the South shook hands at 5:5. It can be seen that both the North and the South have studied noodles.
In addition to noodles, won stew is also a favorite noodle dish in the north and south. Wonton is called wonton in most places in the north, Jiangsu and Zhejiang, while Guangdong is called wonton, Hubei is called wrapped noodles, Jiangxi is called clear soup, Sichuan is called Chaoshou, Xinjiang is called Ququ, and other places are called flat food and so on. The famous wonton is "Wontonhou in the north and Luyangtun in the south". I have eaten both. I have also eaten the famous "Long Chaoshou" in Chengdu. The biggest similarity is that the meat is tender and juicy. To do this, the biggest secret is to add soup to the meat.
1. Stirring the meat filling is the key. You can add soup or water about 50% of the meat filling weight to the filling, and the stirred meat filling will be sticky and velvety.
2. The meat filling is prepared at 70% of the weight of the wonton wrapper, and the wonton wrapper is just wrapped up after adding water and homogenizing.