Halal Food in China

Halal food has a long history in China. The arrival of Arabian and Persian merchants during the Tang and Song dynasty seen the introduction of the Muslim diet. Chinese Muslim cuisine adheres strictly to the Islamic dietary rules with mutton and lamb being the predominant ingredient. The advantage of Muslim cuisine in China is that it has inherited the diverse cooking methods of Chinese cuisine for example, braising, roasting, steaming, stewing and many more. Due to China's multicultural background Muslim cuisine retains its own style and characteristics according to regions. In Beijing there is the well renowned Donglaishun hot pot, Yueshengzhai's spiced beef and mutton is also a must try along with famous snacks such as Tasimi. Lanzhou's Beef Lamian (hand pulled noodles), Xinjiang's lamb kebab and Xi'an's Yangroupaomo are just some of the representative Muslim dishes in China.

See allHalal Food Blog & Tips

Top 10 Halal Restaurants in…

Seven Sights Ningxia 260

If you are traveling in Beijing, if you want to try something different, if you are fond of Halal food, you cannot miss this opportunity to taste the Top 10 Halal Restaurants in Beijing. You definitely will not be disappointed, and even there will be a surprise. The top 10 halal restaurants in Beijing have their own cha…

See allFamous Halal Dishes in China

Nang

Nang is a type of round unleavened bread, topped with sesame. Nang has many good … > Details

Beef Noodle Soup

Beef noodle soup is a Chinese noodle soup made of stewed or red braised beef, bee… > Details

Lamian

Lamian is a Chinese dish of hand-made noodles, usually served in a beef or mutton… > Details