[Must-eat food in Luoyang]_Henan_Species
Different regions have different cuisines, especially after people’s living standards improve, more and more people go out for tourism. In addition to enjoying the beautiful scenery in the attractions, the local cuisine has also become a favorite food.
What are the must-eat food in Luoyang?
Luoyang Swallow Dish is a must-try for everyone. In addition, hot dumplings and soups are also not to be missed when traveling to Luoyang.
1, Xin’an hot noodle dumplings, with refined white flour as the skin, the pig’s front and back gluteal meat as the main stuffing, with the right amount of green onions, leek, cabbage heart, ginger, served with white sugar, cooking wine, small grinding oil, salt, MSG, etc.
Boil the noodles, roll them into thin crusts, wrap them into crescent-shaped noodle dumplings, and steam them in a basket for ten minutes.
Its characteristics are as thin as paper, as luster as jade, full of flavors, not fragrant.
2, Hu spicy soup Hu spicy soup is a must in Luoyang snack series.
It originated in the middle of the Qing Dynasty, and became popular in the early years of the Republic of China.
So far, if you walk on the alley of Luoyang Street, you can see it everywhere.
Why does a small bowl of spicy soup last forever?
With its popular taste and low price, it has always been the first choice for people during breakfast3. Luoyang has not turned soup for more than 120 years.
The founder Liu Zhensheng, three generations of transition, named Liu Hulan, more than 70 years old.
Ingredients are mung bean flour, pepper, monosodium glutamate, soy sauce, vinegar, fungus, vermicelli, kelp, shrimp skin, laver, leek, broccoli, salt.
Use a small spoon to pour some thin mung bean batter and pour it into a pan, and it will become a thin slice like spring rolls. It will be cooked without turning, so it is called “No turning”.
Put two pieces of crystal green “do not turn” on top of each other in the bowl, pour some hot pork bone soup on top, and put some noodles, yellow flowers, fungus, etc., and also put some vinegar and pepper, soMake a bowl without turning the soup.
When this soup is eaten in the mouth, “do not turn” is soft and chewy with bean aroma; the soup is hot and sour, with a long aftertaste, and is the first choice of Luoyang locals for supper.
Its characteristics are pure taste, hot and sour taste, oily but not greasy.
Very local characteristics, very popular with the people.
4. Pasta noodles.
A flavored snack that Luoyang people generally like.
It puts the soy milk at a proper temperature, ferments it to become sour, and then heats it in the pot to about 80 degrees, and the liquid surface has a mushroom-like slurry.
At this time, add some sesame oil, stir repeatedly, and boil the noodles, preferably mixed noodles.
Stir the noodles into a paste.
Then add the prepared salt, shallots, green beans, celery, chives and peppers.
5. Steamed catfish catfish are produced in Yishui, so there is a saying of “Yi”.
It is famous for its simple production and pure fragrance.
This fish was often used to entertain VIPs during the Han and Tang Dynasties.
According to legend, the Tang Dynasty poet Bai Juyi and the “Jiu Laohui” poets often drank this fish when they were drinking poems.
6, Yan family mutton has been passed down for four generations, and has a history of 1500 years.
The second generation, Yan Shunsheng, innovated the mutton soup to make the seasonings properly configured and the soup tastes more delicious. Since then, the Yanjia mutton soup has become famous in the western and rural areas of Henan.
The characteristics of Yanjia mutton soup are: using fresh mutton, using meat on the same day, slaughtering the sheep that day; complete spices and large quantities.
Use pepper instead of pepper, salty and palatable, and the soup is delicious.
7, Zhangjiabang is also called “horseshoe street stallion”.
The founder is Zhang Xu, who has a history of 150 years.
In 1920, Zhang Kun’s second-generation successor, Zhang Kun, innovated and improved ingredients and varieties. The main ingredients were white flour chicken, chicken blood, quiche, scary, vermicelli, and mustard., Chicken soup, pork soup, vinegar, etc. as accessories, with chives and green onions in winter, tender leek and toon in spring.
As a result, Zhangjiayu has the characteristics of fine production, delicious taste, palatable flavor, and full-featured sourness, which gradually gained popularity.
8. Shangji Beef Soup Wujiajie Renshanglao summarized the business, thoroughly for more than 40 years.
Beef soup has two kinds of sweet and salty, its characteristics: fresh meat and fat soup, full soup ingredients, fried with pepper and garlic, mashed together, the taste is particularly fresh.Luoyang people like to eat beef in the morning.
Take the ravioli to brew, or buy the soup back to foam, and many people are surprised by the beef foaming. Today, people eat beef foaming regardless of morning, middle, and night.
9, Pan Jinhe Roasted Chicken Pan Jinhe Roasted Chicken: enjoys a long-standing reputation in Luoyang.
The founder Pan Gensheng, his son Pan Jinhe started business in 1941. Because of his unique flavor and flexible operation, the business is booming and famous.
Today, Pan Jinhe’s roast chicken is Jin Hezi’s Shuzhu.
Ingredients: clove, grass fruit, puppet, cardamom, big back, small back, peppercorns, etc.
Features: Fine production, pure taste, red skin in yellow.
The succulent meat is tender and tender, and it is full of scent after eating, and is exported to the whole province.
Poetry proves: “The cuisine is so famous that customers are far away.
10, Luoyang Yan Yan Luoyang’s unique flavor dishes.
According to legend, when Wu Zetian lived in Luoyang, a dozen radish radish grew in a vegetable field in the East Gate. The vegetable farmer thought it was a magical thing and dedicated it to the empress Wu Zetian. The chef cut it into silk, steamed it with flour, and served with freshThe taste of the soup is very delicious after the empress eats it. It has a bird’s nest flavor and is praised.
Later, the people were appointed as folks, and they were called “Luoyang Yan Cai” for a long time.