Shandong dishes (lui cai)
Shandong is a more northerly part of China so wheat, corn, millet and other grains tend to be the staples, producing wheat noodles, porridge, dumplings and steamed pastries. Shandong’s lengthy coastline means that fish and shellfish also feature in many local dishes, cooked in a way that keeps them fresh and briny in taste.
Gou Bu Li (Dog Doesn’t Care Dumplings 狗不理)
Mu Xu Rou (Sautéed Pork, Eggs and Black Fungus 木须肉)
Yangrou Chuan (Mutton Skewer 羊肉串)
Beijing Kaoya (Peking Duck 北京烤鸭)
Qianlong Baicai (Qianlong Cabbage 乾隆白菜)
Dongbei La Pi (Cold Potato Noodle 东北拉皮)
Basi Digua (Golden Thread Sweet Potato 拔丝地瓜)
Jianbing (Pancakes 煎饼)
Sai Pangxie (Imitated Crab 赛螃蟹)
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