Chaozhou Featured Food:
to make it, you need to get the caoke grass, which is a local specialty along Mei County. There are also people calling the grass “Immortal Grass”, while in some places, it is called cold noodles, soft and slippery. Some people buy it from stalls, put it into plastic bags and bring back home to enjoy it with their family. You should mix some sugar powder or drip one or two drops of banana oil to flavor it.
Chaozhou Ink Fish Bolus
Hammer the cattle’s leg up and down to be thick liquid by two special rectangle hammers knives (about 3 kilograms), then put in salt, first-class fish dew and monosodium glutamate. At last, add fish powder and meat granules. The dish made by this novel cooking tastes great.
Roll Of Pig’s Leg
Tasting sweet and crisp, it is one of the children’s favorite snacks in Chaozhou. As it looks like a circle and is cut from pig’s leg, it is named Roll of Pig’s leg.
Refined black and green bean and taro paste or crystal sweet stuffing (made by wax gourd and scented tea) is molded into “yamuniao” about the size of lychee and then put into the sugar, boiling. On summer days or winter’s nights, go to the restaurant and have a bowl (each bowl has four yamunian going together with sweet soup) neither too sweet nor too full.
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