Rice with Fingers, Kashgar
Rice with Fingers, pronouncing “Bolao” in Uighur, is a kind of food that is popular among the local people. It is named “Rice with Fingers” for it is usually eaten with fingers. The main sources of it are rice, mutton, carrot, raisin, onion and boiled oil. When those all together are cooked in a covered vessel, then there will come out the rice which is savory and smells good. The Uyghur people like it so much that it is frequently cooked at home and a great amount of it will be supplied during the weddings and funerals. If you go there, you can't miss it.