Top 10 Popular Dishes in Beijing

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When you come to Beijing, besides the famous Beijing roast duck, you can try other delicious dishes. Now, we recommend the following ten most popular dishes in Beijing.
When you come to Beijing, besides the famous Beijing roast duck, you can try other delicious dishes. Now, we recommend the following ten most popular dishes in Beijing.
 
Top 1 Mu Shu Pork
As one of the most popular dishes at Chinese restaurants, Mu Shu Pork is thought to resemble a wooded forest scene, with earthy vegetables such as cloud fungus, and scrambled egg representing yellow flowers, all served on a “ground” of mandarin pancakes.
 
Top 2 Peking Duck
An entire chain of Beijing restaurants specialize in serving the succulent pieces of roasted duck. Traditionally, the duck is sliced at the table, where a skilled chef will cut it into over 100 pieces, each containing an equal portion of skin and fat.
 
Top 3 Mandarin Pancakes
Here are the pancakes that are traditionally served with Mu Shu Pork, made with hot water dough. You will remember its taste once you have a try.
 
Top 4 Mongolian Beef
Mongolian Beef typically features green onions (spring onions) and hoisin sauce – two key ingredients in northern Chinese home cooking. The recipe calls for baby corn, but feel free to substitute bamboo shoots for a more authentic dish
 
Top 5 Jiaozi Dumplings
Preparing Jiaozi is a Chinese New Year tradition in many northern Chinese homes. Jiaozi dumplings can be boiled or pan-fried. The dumplings in this recipe are made with a savory pork filling, seasoned with Asian sesame oil and white pepper.
 
Top 6 Flower Rolls (Hua Chuan, Hua Juan)
Filled with green onion and sesame oil, these rolls spread out during steaming to resemble a flower shape. It is a usual food for breakfast in northern China and deserves your taste if you like the food made from flour.
 
Top 7 Scallion Pancakes
A popular snack, scallion pancakes are pancakes that have been filled with scallions (also called green onions or spring onions) and sesame oil before being pan-fried.
 
Top 8 Mongolian Lamb Hot Pot
The Asian version of fondue, hot pot consists of cooking food by dipping it in simmering broth. According to legend, the original hot pot was created by Mongolian conquerors that used their helmets as a vessel to cook the food in. Traditionally, Mongolian Hot Pot is made with mutton
 
Top 9 Noodles with Meat Sauce
A warming dish with noodles and meat sauce, seasoned with garlic and green onion. Again, feel free to substitute the baby corn in the recipe with bamboo shoots – either canned or fresh if they are available.
 
Top 10 Dofu Fa
A popular northern Chinese treat made with soybeans, edible terra alba (also called food grade gypsum) and a sweet syrup topping.
 

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