Beijing cuisine

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Cantonese - Huaiyang - Shandong - Szechuan

Anhui - Cantonese - Fujian - Hunan
Jiangsu - Shandong - Szechuan - Zhejiang

Beijing - ImperialAristocratTianjin

ChaozhouGuizhou - HubeiJiangxi
HainanHakka - Henan - Northeastern
Shaanxi - Shanghai - Shanxi
Hong Kong - Macanese - Yunnan
Tibetan (Xizang) - Xinjiang (Uyghurs)

Taiwanese

Australia – Britain - BurmaCanadaCaribbean
Philippines – Germany – IndiaIndonesia
JapanKorea - MalaysiaPakistan - Peranakan
PerúSingapore – Thailand
Vietnam – United States

Buddhist - Islamic

Main dishesDesserts – Bread
Drinks – Noodles – Condiments

Stir fryingDouble steamingRed cooking

Beijing cuisine (Chinese: 京菜 or 北京菜; pinyin: jīngcài or běijīngcài; literally "capital cuisine") is a cooking style in Beijing, China. It is also formally known as Mandarin cuisine.

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