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China Daily | Updated: 2018-09-19 08:17

Shandong known for many specialities

Dezhou Braised Chicken

Dezhou braised chicken dates back to the emperors of the Qing Dynasty (1644-1911). The chicken is braised for a long time with a complex mixture of traditional Chinese herbs, resulting in tender meat that can easily be separated from the bones by the tongue.

Yantai Apple

Yantai apples are known for their bright color and sweet taste. With more than 140 years of development, the apples have become a highlight of the seaside city and nearby regions.

Braised Sea Cucumber with Scallions

This dish originated from Shandong cuisine. The dish offers the soft and tender taste of sea cucumber, the intense fragrance of scallions and the dark reddish brown sauce color.

Pancake Coiling Spring Onion

This is a dish comprised by paper-like pancake and fresh spring onions. Though without complex cooking steps, it has become almost symbolic of Shandong cuisine over the province's long history.

Rizhao Green Tea

Rizhao has been one of China's major green tea production bases for a long time. The green tea produced there has a fragrant flavor and a pleasant aftertaste. The thick leaves of the tea hold up well during the long brewing process.

Dong'e Ejiao

Ejiao is a kind of health supplement made from boiled donkey hides and mainly used as a treatment for anemia and menopause-related ailments. Dong'e county in Shandong's Liaocheng is regarded as the hometown of Ejiao.

promoted by birthplace,philosophy of Confucius enjoying modern revival

(China Daily 09/19/2018 page29)

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