These Qingzhou authentic nourishing foods will give you a full-fledged autumn!

The weather cooled down when you were not careful.
Summer seems to be yesterday.
The feeling of crisp autumn is beginning to be obvious.
Summer is over in Qiu Lai, and the cool wind drops to.
It’s a good time to keep fit.
At this time, it is most appropriate to supplement.
Have some delicious food in your arms
Only then can you feel satisfied?
You can’t miss these Qingzhou authentic nourishing foods!
Miaozi whole lamb
Originated in the Qing Dynasty, it has been explored and innovated by chefs. No matter the characteristics of dishes or cooking skills, the whole lamb banquet has its own style. A bowl of mutton soup is definitely a good cure for autumn!
Muslim sauce beef
At the turn of summer and autumn, eating beef can tonify the middle energizer, nourish the spleen and stomach, and has the effects of strengthening bones and muscles, resolving phlegm and calming wind, quenching thirst and saliva, and enhancing immunity. There are many old-fashioned Muslim sauce beef shops near Dongguan Street in Qingzhou. The products are mellow, not greasy, fragrant and palatable, with a long aftertaste. The traditional production technology is followed, and the food is salty and moderate, crisp and refreshing, which is an ideal delicacy on people’s table.
Jiahe donkey meat
Jiahe in Qingzhou City is famous for producing donkey meat by traditional techniques. Like Yao donkey meat, spiced donkey meat was first produced in the early Ming Dynasty, and was used as a special palace banquet in the early Qing Dynasty, and gained a good reputation throughout the country in the later period. The finished donkey meat is ruddy in color, thin but not firewood, rotten but not loose, fragrant and tender in meat, far from having the health care functions of invigorating qi and tonifying deficiency, and enjoys the reputation of "dragon meat in the sky and donkey meat on the ground".
Jihe tofu
Tofu is a tonic, heat-clearing and health-preserving food, which can tonify the middle energizer and qi, clear away heat and moisten dryness, promote fluid production and quench thirst, and clean the stomach. After beginning of autumn, the summer heat gradually faded, and the weather turned cold. Eating tofu can nourish yin and moisten dryness, with many effects. Jihe Tofu in Huanglou Street is made of selected soybeans and carefully produced by traditional techniques. It has been passed down from generation to generation and still thrives. Because of the pure and pollution-free water source of Jihe River and the ancient production technology, Jihe tofu is soft, tender and delicious, and it is famous for its miles and eight townships.
Qingzhou peach
Qingzhou peach, the fruit is spherical or oblate, the top of the fruit is flat and round, the top is slightly convex to one side, slightly concave at the top, and it is native to the mountainous area of Qingzhou City, Shandong Province. Because of seedling propagation, it has great variation and can be divided into early-maturing peaches, middle-maturing peaches, late-maturing peaches, extra-late-maturing peaches and Qingzhou Guangtao peaches. After ripe, it is juicy, sweet and slightly light in flavor, and has a fibrous feeling when eating.
Muslim cakes
The ancient city of Qingzhou has a long history and splendid culture. For thousands of years, Han, Hui, Manchu and other ethnic groups have jointly written its dazzling local culture. After years of precipitation, the rich food culture of the Hui nationality has formed many delicious and unique foods, among which the Muslim cakes refined in strict accordance with the religious habits of the Hui nationality and the traditional handmade crafts are important representatives.
Misandao (honey food)
Walnut cake
Square crisp
Sesame slices
green bean cake
birthday peach (offered as a birthday present)
Fried sugar
Baked cake
The cake is homophonic "seeking height", hoping for height means auspiciousness. This is a necessary food for Hui people’s families in Qingzhou on holidays and festivals, and it is also the most characteristic food in Qingzhou. In autumn, eat a cake, not to mention how sweet it is!
Shortbread is named after a special pastry. Grease-baked crisp with good lard, mixed with appropriate amount of steamed flour, adding appropriate amount of pepper and cinnamon when oiling, after oiling, picking out the fried pepper and cinnamon, and then mixing with flour to form a flame. The burnt skin is made of sesame oil and flour, wrapped in a furnace and baked with slow fire. It is characterized by crisp skin, and it is fragrant but not greasy.
Xuan cake is a special food of the Hui people in Qingzhou, which has a history of hundreds of years. It is made of refined wheat flour and hard flour with very little water content. When the flour is choked, it is rolled with wooden poles and kneaded into a shape. Then it has the characteristics of crisp and hard skin when eaten, strong wheat flavor inside, strong chewiness and good storage at room temperature for several months.
Dear foodies ~ Come to Qingzhou in late summer and early autumn!