100 Ways To Drool | Authentic taste of Yunnan: Crossing-the-bridge rice noodles
Translated and dubbed by Ang Li & Hao Li, Edited by Maggie Cheng & Hao Li
After 300 years of inheritance, Yunnan crossing-the-bridge rice noodles is now a National Intangible Cultural Heritage of China. This famous snack originated in Mengzi, a small city in southern Yunnan, China, known as "Mengzi crossing-the-bridge rice noodles." In Mengzi, people of all ages and both sexes have a particular fondness for crossing-the-bridge rice noodles.
The day of a Mengzi local begins with a bowl of steaming hot crossing-the-bridge rice noodles. Chicken, duck, fish, goose, pig, rabbit, cow, and sheep are the main ingredients, while fresh flowers and vegetables are used to decorate the noodles. What is the love story behind the origin of rice noodles? What is the sequence of ingredients being put into the soup? Watch the video and find out the answers!