Local snacks: Crispy fried rice crust (家乡锅巴), spicy hotchpotch (Ma La Tang, 麻辣烫), Nanchang rice noodle (南昌米粉) and fried dough twists (石头街麻花)
Spicy Hotchpotch (Ma La Tang, 麻辣烫)
Spicy hotchpotch is a kind of snack. On an oven sits a big pot with soup stock, in which strings of all kinds of meat and vegetables are boiled. After cooked, they are put into a plate and many seasonings can be added according to personal likes.
Nanchang rice noodle 南昌米粉
Nanchang rice noodle is a popular traditional local snack. High-quality rice is used as the main raw material. To make such rice noodle needs lots of processes. They can be made into cool braised noodles, fried noodles or boiled noodles, and many seasonings are added, such as ginger, garlic, sesame oil and soy sauce, as well as local peopls’ the favorite, pepper powder and chili.
Ruzi Road (孺子路) is the most popular food street in Nanchang. Numerous restaurants cater to different budgets and tastes.
Tips: Local dishes in Nanchang are quite spicy. Please inform the restaurant or your tour guide when ordering dishes, if you cannot eat spicy food.
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I updated this article on March 28, 2012
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