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Shandong Dishes
Shandong cuisine can be traced back to the Spring and Autumn period. It was quickly developed in the South and North Dynasties, and was recognized as an important style of cooking in the Qing Dynasty. The raw materials are mainly domestic animals and birds, sea food and vegetables. The masterful cooking techniques include BAO (quick fry), LIU (quick fry with cornflour), PA (stew braise), roast, boiling, using sugar to make fruit, crystallizing with honey. Condiments such as sauce paste, fistulous onion and garlic are freely used, clear soup and milk soup are masterly used to add freshness to the dishes. Famous dishes are braised abalone with shells, fried sea cucumber with fistulous onion and fragrant calamus in milk soup. The dishes are tasty and fresh.

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