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táng cù yú
phr. sweet and sour fish
Discussion of 糖醋鱼/糖醋魚
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How does the flavor of 糖醋鱼 (tángcùyú) compare to other Chinese dishes?
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糖醋鱼 (tángcùyú) is a classic Chinese dish that combines sweet and sour flavors. The fish is usually fried and then coated in a sweet and sour sauce made from sugar, vinegar, and other seasonings. The combination of sweet and sour flavors creates a unique and delicious taste that is unlike any other Chinese dish. The sweetness of the sugar and the tartness of the vinegar balance each other out, creating a flavor that is both sweet and sour.
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