I have never heard of the 5 kinds of delicacies that foreigners come to China to seek with menus, have you heard of them?
For a foodie, if it tastes good, you want to eat until you are full. If it is not good, you have to eat as much as you want. A foodie is looking for food every day. The life state of a foodie is that if you are not satisfied with eating and drinking today, you will try to find food and drink tomorrow. Are you surprised by foodies? No matter what it is, foodie is a unique existence in our life, especially the fine food among foodies. It is not required to eat much, but only to be able to eat well. The definition of being able to eat is very simple. Only eat delicious food. Can you eat it? ? Let’s take a look at today’s food sharing and see if you are also a person who can eat? I have never heard of the 5 kinds of delicacies that foreigners come to China to seek with menus, have you heard of them?
1. Jiangnan Hundred Flower Chicken
Jiangnan Baihua Chicken is a famous traditional dish of the Han nationality in Guangdong Province. It is on the verge of extinction because of the cumbersome production and high cost. This dish is bright in white, green and red, crisp and soft in texture, light and refreshing in taste. It was originally the signature dish of Guangzhou Wenyuan Restaurant.
2. Candied shallot pancakes
Sugar onion pancakes are a popular snack in Chaoshan area of Guangdong Province, and now there are only small-scale manual production. People call it Yatan, so some people call the pancakes with candied scallions “Yatan candied scallions”.
3. Steamed cake
Steamed cake, a special cake snack of the Han nationality in Chengdu, Sichuan.
4. Taishi Frog
Jiang Kongyin (Tai Shi Gong) sticks to Guangdong, creates “Tai Shi Cuisine”, and creates a prosperous food business for decades. There are only a few Taishi dishes that have been handed down through the ages: Taishi Snake Soup, Taishi Tofu, Taishi Frog, Shrimp Braised Pomelo Peel, Glass Prawn Ball, Winter Melon and Crab Claws, Stir-fried Belly Tip and Raw Fried Beef Rice.
5. Herring with bald lungs
Herring bald lung introduction: (no detailed method)
Herring bald lung used to be the original dish of Shanghai Laozhengxing Restaurant. “Bald lung” refers to the liver of herring, which is cooked with sliced bamboo shoots, green onions, ginger, rice wine, soy sauce, and sugar. In the past, the chefs in the restaurant always took herrings weighing more than ten catties.
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