Liangpi

Liangpi

Liangpi literally translates as “cold skin” but don’t be deterred by the less-than-appetizing name. This cold dish is a great nosh for hot days when you can’t weigh yourself down by another basket of fried dumplings. The stars of the dish are sheets of rice starch sliced to resemble noodles and tossed with coriander, bean sprouts, and peanuts. The vendor then adds an extra jolt of flavor with sugar, vinegar, and chili. 

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