Henan Food

Derived from the native cooking styles of the Henan Province in China, Henan dishes are very seasonal, delicately pick up according to the four seasons, and taste lighter in comparison to Beijing dishes, similar to Jiangsu dishes. It is true Henan cuisine is a cross between the Jiangsu cuisine, with which it shares the trait of selecting ingredients. and the Beijing cuisien, from which it adopted many cooking methods.

Henan cuisine pays much attention to the wide utilization of onions. Pork is the major meat in Henan cuisine but seldom served in soups; mutton and lamb are mainly served in soups. Rice is the major food, but usually it comes out with oil produced from animal fat. Moreover, noodles are cooked similarly to other northern Chinese cuisines.

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