Located in the Ming Tombs Scenic Area in the suburbs of Beijing, Kangling Village is surrounded by mountains. Peach and apricot blossoms in spring are like clouds and light smoke. Visitors can be immersed in the berry fragrance in summer and autumn. The whistling of the wind in the pines and the snowflakes highlights the beauty of red walls and yellow roofs in winter, representing imperial solemnness and seriousness. The 800-yearold ginkgo and two old Chinese scholar trees grown in this village add historic significance to the place. Here are the most authentic Beijing pancakes. Pancake in Kangling is as thin as the cicada’s wings and is flawlessly white. In the past, people would like to order cooked meat packed in a box when eating pancakes. Smoked belly, braised pork with pine nut, furnace meat, pickled sauced meat, smoked
pork, spiced pork shoulder, spiced tongue, smoked chicken, spiced duck, coupled with several home-style dishes including pork fried leek sprouts, pork fried spinach, vinegar cooked mung bean sprouts, fried noodles, scrambled eggs are stacked in the box. The pancake is more delicious if there is leek fried pork decorated with scrambled eggs.
For centuries, this ancient village has passed down the processing technology of Zhengde Pancake, which retains the flavor of the north as well as inherits the spirit of Huaiyang. The pancake is a must delicacy in spring.
Kangling Village, Shisanling Town, Changping District, Beijing
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