This dish has a long history in Gushi County, Henan Province. It used to be exhibited as a specialty of China in the Panama International fair. It is said that the recipe was created in the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644). It is now very popular in Henan province for its Osmanthus-flower like color, strong fragrant smell, tender texture, and appetizing taste.
Henan cuisine, also known as Yu cuisine, has the accolade of being one of China’s most traditional and oldest cooking styles. As the representative of culinary civilization of Central China, Henan cuisine has preserved traditions and made