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What delicious food is there in Xinjiang? Five delicacies to eat in Xinjiang

Nowadays, tourism has become a kind of leisure way that many people will choose. In recent years, many people go to Xinjiang for tourism, and they must have some of the best local food in Xinjiang. What are the delicious food in Xinjiang? I think people who visit Xinjiang for the first time don't know much about it. What's the best food to eat in Xinjiang?


Yoghurt is very common, but the yoghurt in Xinjiang is different. On the roadside of bazaar, on the huge sea bowl, there is a piece of glass with a bowl of fifty cents, which is very mellow.

It looks like the surface of the bowl has a thick layer of milk skin, which is much thicker than the commercial yoghurt. Looking at the very attractive yogurt may not be acceptable, too sour.

I'm still used to it. It's basic to drink bean juice. This is a bowl of yoghurt for two people to drink and play separately. Uyghur people don't drink yoghurt with sugar. In a sense, it's very reasonable to drink yoghurt instead of fresh milk.

Lamb Pilaf

The main raw materials of mutton pilaf are fresh mutton, carrot, onion, chickpea, raisin and rice.

The method is to chop the mutton into small pieces and fry it in clear oil, then fry the onion and carrot in the pot, put some salt and water as appropriate, wait for 20 minutes, then put the rice that has been washed and soaked into the pot, do not stir it, meanwhile, dry steam the chickpea and raisin, after 40 minutes, grab the rice and cook it. Cooked rice is bright and bright. It's delicious. Uyghur people regard grabbing rice as a first-class meal.

Pot meat

Tangzi meat, a special delicacy of Xinjiang Uygur people, is a pocket version of stewed mutton in large pot. When making, cut mutton and carrot into small pieces and divide them into equal parts. Put them on a porcelain pot respectively, put them on the stove, and then sprinkle some salt on them when they are cooked.

Before the 1980s, this kind of Mug was very common in every household, and was mostly used for drinking water and alcohol.

Roasted Whole Lamb

Roast whole sheep is a kind of traditional local flavor meat product for the meals of Xinjiang ethnic minorities, especially the Uygur people. It is a hard dish with the most national characteristics. It is a traditional delicacy formed in nomadic life for thousands of years. It is a traditional delicacy for Xinjiang ethnic minorities to entertain foreign guests and guests. It is also a meat product that the Central Plains people are very fond of eating at present.

Roast whole sheep is the healthiest, most environmentally friendly and greenest food in the meat product diet at present. The roast whole sheep is golden and bright on the outside, burnt and crispy on the outside, soft and tender on the inside, and delicious and delicious on the taste.

pitir manta

Thin skin bun, translated as "pitimanta" by Uyghur, is made of superior mutton. The color is white and glossy, the skin is thin as paper, the meat is tender and rich in oil, accompanied by the strong sweet taste of Xinjiang onion (leathers and teeth), which is very refreshing and delicious.

Uyghur way of eating, usually with Nang or with grab rice.