Soy sauce chicken
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|Place of origin||China|
|Region or state||Guangdong|
|Main ingredients||chicken, soy sauce|
|Cookbook: Soy sauce chicken Media: Soy sauce chicken|
|Soy sauce chicken|
|Cantonese Yale||si6 yau4 gai1|
|Literal meaning||soy sauce chicken|
|Alternative Chinese name|
The strong flavour of soy sauce usually covers up the taste of chicken. Another Cantonese dish white cut chicken, often served with soy sauce dip, is more savoured for the taste of the meat, where the freshness of the chicken is noticeable.
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