Chongqing Delicacy-Chao Shou
Course Syllabus 课程章节1
Chaoshou, also known as wonton, is one of the traditional pasta of Han nationality in China. Use thin skin to wrap stuffing. And eat with soup after cooking. Wonton was originated from northern China. Ancient Chinese thought that this was a sealed steamed stuffed bun without seven orifices, so it was called "chaos". According to the rules of Chinese character creation, it was later called "wonton". At this time, wonton is no different from dumplings. Dumplings have not changed significantly for thousands of years, but wonton has flourished in the south and has an independent style. Since the Tang Dynasty, wonton and dumplings have been officially distinguished.