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Pita Bread Soaked in Beef and Lamb Soup

Pita Bread Soaked in Beef and Lamb SoupPita bread soaked in beef and lamp soup is one of the most famous local specialties in Xian city and enjoys a wide spread popularity among the local foodies. It now has become a must-try food for those who want to get an essential Xian experience!

This snack is made by stewing fine beef and lamp until they mix perfectly with the soup; then cut the pita bread into pieces before cooking. While trying Pita bread soaked in beef and lamp soup, you may also be served with a small bowl of soup. It tastes perfectly with some pickled sweet garlic at the same time. Su Dongpo, a well-known scholar in the Northern Song Dynasty (960AD-1127AD) once put it, "While Gansu province enjoys bear jerky, Shaanxi province boasts pita bread soaked in beef and lamp soup".

The most recognizable feature of the Pita bread soaked in beef and lamp soup is its heavy condiments, wafting aroma, tender meat, savory soup as well as lasting aftertaste. Pita bread soaked in beef and lamp soup is believed to be good for stomach. This food can be dated back to Ming Dynasty, when there used to be a famous restaurant which focused on cooking Pita bread soaked in beef and lamp soup. Pita bread soaked in beef and lamp soup plays an important role in terms of the culinary culture of northwestern China area. The cooking of Pita bread soaked in beef and lamp soup is very complicated, it involves adding a couple of condiments in the soup and stew it until the soup turns thick and the condiments become tender. Moreover, the snack is best sampled while eating bit by bit and stirring the soup will ruin the taste of it.