Jing Jiang Rou Si

Jingjiang rousi (simplified Chinese: 京酱肉丝; traditional Chinese: 京醬肉絲; pinyin: Jīngjiàng ròusī), or sauteed shredded pork[1] in sweet bean sauce,[2] is a traditional dish in Beijing. Its main ingredient is pork tenderloin, which is stir-fried with soya paste or sweet soya paste for flavour. The dish is served with shredded leek (only using its white stalk) and doupi (dried tofu layer) to wrap. A vegetarian variant uses fried tofu puffs in place of pork.

Jing Jiang Rou Si, served with doupi and cucumber slices.

It may be prepared and consumed wrapped in doupi, or rarely with bing. Some versions are prepared using hoisin sauce.[3]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "The Eater's Guide to Chinese Characters". Retrieved 2 February 2016.
  2. ^ "Around the Hotels". The Korea Herald. Retrieved 2 February 2016.
  3. ^ Yueh, J. (1979). The great tastes of Chinese cooking: contemporary methods and menus. Times Books. p. 116. ISBN 978-0-8129-0808-4.