Quzhou Featured Food:
The Threadlike Radish Of Gao Family
The threadlike radish is the famous traditional dried vegetable dish in Quzhou city, with over 1000-year history. It is mainly produced at the villages of Lin family and Hong family in Gaojia town. It has gained great reputation since the year of 1930. In 1982, the dried radish started to export to international markets, such as Hong Kong, Malaysia, Singapore, etc. The threadlike dried radish of Gao family is divided into 4 kinds, among which are the winter threadlike radish, the spring threadlike radish, the rain threadlike radish and the fog threadlike radish. The most famous one is the winter threadlike radish, with a white color. It becomes the light yellow color after long preservation. The dried radish has the features of fragrance, sweetness, softness, and tenderness, and is the main material of Baoba dish.
Longyou cake has very shining colors. It has the smell of lotus leaves. Although it is sticky and sweet, it doesn’t taste greasy. Longyou cake has the local pronunciation of “Fugao”, which means fortune. Therefore, it is very popular in the areas of Jinhua, Hengshui, Hangzhou and Shanghai city.
The Sweet Tongluo Cake Of Nianbadu
With the patrimonial secret recipe, the Tongluo cake is made exquisitely by many processing procedures. Before eat, braise or fry after cutting it into slices. As the traditional festival cake, it has fragrant smell, rich nutrition and lite flavor. Therefore, the Tongluo cake was named “the king of the cake” by people around the boundary of Zhejiang, Fujian and Jiangxi province.
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