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Which Cool Chinese Dishes Do You Like?

2018-August-31       Source: Newsgd.com

During summer there's a few things that are just too hot to consider eating. No need to get overheated, there are some Chinese foods that are made to chill your bones. If you're spending your summer in China, keep an eye out for these cool Chinese foods, you could find your new favorite dish.

 
 
During summer there's a few things that are just too hot to consider eating. No need to get overheated, there are some Chinese foods that are made to chill your bones. If you're spending your summer in China, keep an eye out for these cool Chinese foods, you could find your new favorite dish.

Green Bean Soup

Lǜdòu Tang 绿豆汤

Also referred to as mung bean soup in English, it is a chilled soup that serves one purpose, and that's to chill your mouth and stomach. This nutrient rich bean soup is packed with all of the right vitamins to serve as healthy choice to detox the body. This soup normally has a natural green look to it but sometimes have other colored appearances with the mix of other beans. It's a cool dish for the hot summer days you'll be up against.

Turtle Jelly

Guīlínggāo 龟苓膏

This isn't just any old jelly, this is China's very own turtle jelly. Turtle jelly is a long-established traditional medicated diet. It is said that it was originally a valuable medicine for the emperor in the Qing Dynasty. This snack treat has the nourishing powers to provide health benefits for the skin, the blood, and the stomach. It is also believed to help the body reduce heat stress, which seems to make it a practical food choice during the dry-heat of summer.

Cold Noodles

Liángmiàn 凉面

Looking for something other than a bowl of hot noodles? Call off the search because there's an alternative known as liangmian, or simply called cold noodles. There are many different variants of cold noodles that has its own unique styles across China. The finishing touches and the ingredients differ by province however, the process is still the same. After being boiled the noodles are then soaked in cold water and later it is flavored to perfection. The cold dish is a not only a refreshing meal that can cool you down but can also satisfy your hunger.

Liangpi

Liángpí 凉皮

Liangpi originated from cuisine in the Guanzhong area of Shaanxi Province, is the collective name for the noodles, dough, rice and wine. Popular in northern China. It is a rare natural green pollution-free food. Similar to liang ban, it is a form of cold noodles but different in appearance and texture. It is often prepared as a lone dish that has a spicy flavor lingering underneath the noodles cool sensation.

Liangfen

Liángfěn 凉粉

Liangfen is a kind of food that made from herb powder, rice and peas. It is normally eaten with soy sauce, vinegar and chili oil. It has developed a variety in different provinces such as Guangdong, Jiangxi, Sichuan, Qinghai and Shangxi. It is cool, smooth and is said to be able to quench thirst. Needless to say, it's a summer favorite with the locals.

Cold Tofu

Liángbàn Dòufu 凉拌豆腐

Need to cool off? Liangban tofu does the trick. It's essentially tofu combined with soy paste and oyster sauce. It's creamy, soft, delicious, and light. The dish is simple to make and not limited to just one recipe. It's almost similar to a custard but can take on any flavor that the preparer wants. This treat can be kept in the refrigerator until you're ready to eat.

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