Stir-fried lamb bone rings served at Guqi, Beijing. Lamb, seen as something of a staple meat in the north of China, is gaining popularity elsewhere in the country. Photo: Guqi (Beijing) Catering Management Group Stir-fried lamb bone rings served at Guqi, Beijing. Lamb, seen as something of a staple meat in the north of China, is gaining popularity elsewhere in the country. Photo: Guqi (Beijing) Catering Management Group
Stir-fried lamb bone rings served at Guqi, Beijing. Lamb, seen as something of a staple meat in the north of China, is gaining popularity elsewhere in the country. Photo: Guqi (Beijing) Catering Management Group
Food and Drinks

How Chinese people eat lamb, from hotpot in the north to a big stir fry in the south

  • As lamb eating has spread from the north of China to all over the country, new cooking methods have evolved to accommodate local tastes and customs
  • In the north, lamb connoisseurs prefer to let the flavour of the meat shine through. Southerners use lots of condiments to prepare it, as they find it too gamy

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Stir-fried lamb bone rings served at Guqi, Beijing. Lamb, seen as something of a staple meat in the north of China, is gaining popularity elsewhere in the country. Photo: Guqi (Beijing) Catering Management Group Stir-fried lamb bone rings served at Guqi, Beijing. Lamb, seen as something of a staple meat in the north of China, is gaining popularity elsewhere in the country. Photo: Guqi (Beijing) Catering Management Group
Stir-fried lamb bone rings served at Guqi, Beijing. Lamb, seen as something of a staple meat in the north of China, is gaining popularity elsewhere in the country. Photo: Guqi (Beijing) Catering Management Group
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