Xi’an, originally named Chang’an, has a long history and was one of the most influential capitals of ancient China. At the same time, the cuisine of Xi’an has also preserved the unique flavors of the Chinese nation throughout history.
The Muslim quarter in Xi’an is probably the most famous gathering place for Islamic cuisine in China, having long been the site of exchanges between China and Arab countries.
This episode explores the charms of biang-biang noodles, crumbled flatbread with beef and mutton stew and other delights from this splendid city!
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