|Place of origin||Hong Kong, Guangdong|
|Cookbook:Steamed meatball Steamed meatball|
|Hanyu Pinyin||shan1 zhu2 niúròu qiú|
|Cantonese Jyutping||saan1 zuk1 ngau4 juk6 kau4|
|Literal meaning||beef ball|
Steamed meatball is a Cantonese dim sum dish. It is popular in Hong Kong and most overseas Chinatowns. The meatball is made of beef, and usually has a tofu skin layer in the bottom, garnished with some vegetables like scallions. It is served with the standardized non-Chinese worcestershire sauce worldwide. The sauce in Hong Kong is known as kip zap (喼汁; Yale: gip3jap1), and is entirely optional.
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