Yunnan province in southwest China prides itself on its colourful ethnic minority groups, picturesque landscapes and rich biodiversity. It is also a destination for food lovers to explore. Cha Ma Hua Jie(茶马花街) located in the foot of West Mountains(西山) was opened to the public from National Holiday last year. There are numerous snack options.
Walking around Cha Ma Hua Jie(茶马花街) in Yunnan, you can try numerous snacks. For instance, Doumian Glue Pudding(豆面汤圆), sweet dumpling balls cooked with soybean flour. Zhaotong Small Kebabs(昭通小肉串), it is very famous around Yunnan and deserves to try.
Rose flower cake (鲜花饼) is baked with some rose petals. Xuanwei Ham(宣威火腿) is one of China’s top three most famous ham dishes and, once you catch the scent of this sweet salty meat, we’re sure you’ll see why. Cold Juanfen rice rolls(凉卷粉), needless to say, is one of the most enjoyed snacks in Yunnan. In summer, the cold rice noodle is the best dish to cool off, best with loads of chili. Douhua rice noodles(豆花米线) is also warmly welcomed here.
Creamed soybean soup(稀豆粉) is made of high-quality pea flour and cooked into porridge. Erkuai(饵块) is a type of rice cake that is made by taking rice, soaking it in water, steaming it in spring water, and then pounding the cooked rice down into a cuboid using a giant pestle and mortar. Welcome to Yunnan. It's been waiting for you.