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Lijiang Feature Food

Lijiang Feature Food

Foods in Lijiang are characterized by refreshing tasting dishes and minority diet culture. Here are some popular foods you could try in Lijiang.

Lijiang Pan-Fried Stuffed Bud 

Its local name is "Lijiang Ba Ba", and lard is important to this snack. Its stuffing include fried sesame, sugar, lard and sugared roses. Its skin is made by dough and lard dough (for crispy skin). And when the bud is pan-fried, local people use lard instead of vegetable oil.


Chickpea Jelly with Sauce 

Different cities will have different types of Jelly, we could make it sweet or salty. Here the Lijiang people use the Chickpea Bean to make the Jelly dish. Chickpea has 18 kinds of amino acids, calcium, potassium, zinc, copper, vitamins and other nutrients easily absorbed by human. So do not miss it when you visit here. The local popular sauce is made by chili, chili oil, Sichuan pepper, salt and mustard.


Naxi Grilled Pork Belly

It is a traditional tea-horse traiding merchants dish. The pork belly is seasoned and grilled with local wood charcoal till well-done; or deep-fried the half-grilled pork belly with mint, give the pork belly special flavor.


Deep-Fried Tofu with Sauce


Highland Black Goat Hot Pot


Rainbow Trout Hot Pot

The trout will be sliced into really thin slice, and the meet will be cooked well only several seconds on the boiling hot pot soup made by the bone and head of rainbow trout.



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