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The Chinese Muslim style of beef noodle is also known as clear-broth or consommé-stewed beef noodle. It often uses halal meat and contains no soy sauce, resulting in a lighter taste that may be flavoured by salt and herbs.

Local attributes its creation with a Hui Chinese man from Lanzhou named Ma Baozi. In Lanzhou, Gansu, Lanzhou Beef Lamian is usually served with clear soup and one hand-pulled lamian noodle per bowl.

In halal restaurants, only quality local beef from the Southern Yellow cattle prepared by the local halal butcher is used for the beef noodle. Chinese radish and the specially cooked spicy oil are also indispensable partners to Lanzhou Beef noodles.

Bowltiful Lanzhou Beef Noodles
Bowltiful Lanzhou Beef Noodles

Together with hand-pulled noodle, clear soup and herbs, they are called  “Yi Qing, Er Bai, San Hong, Si Lv, Wu Huang”. “Yi Qing”  means something clear, which is the soup. “Er Bai” means something white, which is Chinese radish. “San Hong” means something red, which is the chilli oil. “Si Lv” means something green, which is the garlic sprout. “Wu Huang” means something yellow, which is hand-pulled noodle.

Bowltiful Lanzhou Beef Noodles
Bowltiful Lanzhou Beef Noodles
Bowltiful Lanzhou Beef Noodles
Bowltiful Lanzhou Beef Noodles
Bowltiful Lanzhou Beef Noodles
Bowltiful Lanzhou Beef Noodles

Just thinking about the addictive chewy noodles and mouth watery soup is enough to send many of us into a passionate frenzy.

 

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Bowltiful Lanzhou Beef Noodles
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