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Lufeng County Food

People who take a tour to Lufeng never forget to taste the food in Lufeng town. As a town having various Chinese ethnic minorities, the local food is different from the one in other places. All the foods in Lufeng feature local culture of ethnic minorities, and all the materials are from this place. It is the creation of local people and the work of human wisdom. This article will take you into the local life to discover the stunning food in this Yunnan township.All the foods talked about below are the representatives of local food and the essence of local food culture. They are also the top recommended ones to tourists who will be or have been in Lufeng.



1.   Lufeng Rice Vermicelli

Lufeng Rice Vermicelli is made from white and delicate rice,cast walnut sauce,sprinkle with vegetable slice and chili oil.The whole vermincelli wrapped into a roll.Fine texture,sweet and sour.About 5 Yuan per roll.


2.    Fried pumpkin

It is a signature delicacy of Guangnan County of Wenshan Prefecture in the southeast of Yunnan. Hardly heard of elsewhere, this dish was originally a Buddhist vegetarian treat. Mixed with glutinous flour and sugar, the julienne pumpkin is prepared by deep frying.


3. Yi ethnic buckwheat cakes

Tartary buckwheat is nutritious and good for the health of digestion. The special tartary buckwheat with honey is the traditional ethnic food of Yi Nationality. It is always served to entertain the guests.

4. chunbing (春饼)

They are chunbing (春饼), otherwise known as "spring pancakes," chewy tortilla-like wrappings that are filled with fresh seasonal vegetables like luobo (萝卜, radishes) and jicai (荠菜, shepherd's purse). The snack is traditionally eat on Lichun (立春), a holiday that falls on the 4th and 5th of February, and marks the beginning of spring. The expression yao chun isn't just savvy 7-11 marketing—it's an traditional saying that refers to both embracing spring and using vegetables' nutrition to prevent illness. It's believed that once you "bite into spring," you won't feel tired for the rest of the season! 

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