Winter food for Chongqing people
CHONGQING (CQNEWS) -- Many friends from other places may ask, in addition to hot pot, what else can Chongqing people eat to keep out cold in winter? We also have casserole, dry pot, soup pot... Let’s take a look!
Casserole rice noodles
In Chongqing, the casserole rice noodles can also be used as a staple food. The thin rice noodles won’t be broken when a chopstick picks up a large cluster, and it is slippery. After eating a pot, you will be warmed from head to feet, and your stomach and heart will be satisfied.
Chicken giblets dry pot
As for chicken chop, Qianjiang chicken chop is undoubtedly the first choice. An authentic chicken chop must contain chicken intestines, chicken liver and chicken gizzards. The chicken chop comes to the table and smells delicious, especially the pickled radish, potatoes, fungus, etc., which are all very good rice “killers”.
Griddle cooked beef
To eat griddle cooked beef, you must choose beef stew. You can eat a large one for each time as it is cooked. The beef is fresh and fragrant, and the whole body will be warm after eating.
Mutton soup pot
The correct way to eat a mutton soup pot is to start it with a bowl of soup, which can both warm the stomach and stimulate your appetite. Mix the sliced lamb slices with lamb chops and cook them. The soup is rich and fragrant. With each bite of the meat, the soup will flows, and you can chew it carefully.
Oxtail soup pot
The essence of the oxtail soup pot is in the soup. It is boiled with tomatoes and beauty. It is a favorite of girls. The best time to eat is when the oxtail is stewed until the flesh is separated. Sip the crispy beef and cowhide leather lightly, the meat will be melted in the mouth, leaving only bursts of meat fragrance.
In addition to the above, hot pot is also an essential gourmet in winter. Friends gathered at a table, with the dishes boiled and simmered in the pot. It not only showed the close relationship between friends, but also the lively atmosphere of friends and relatives toasting.
What have you eaten this winter? (Translated by Luo Juan, Fathom Language Limited)