Guizhou is a province with a diversified cuisine affected by the geographic characteristics. Guian New Area, located in the province's central economic center, naturally inherits the main features of Guizhou cuisine, which is spicy and savoury and has many traditional dishes and snacks such as Gongbao Chicken, or KongPao Chicken, hotpots, and Changwang noodles.
The cuisine is also sour. Almost every housewife in Guizhou makes pickled cabbage, which is appetizing and good for relieving summer heat.
Guizhou is a multi-ethnic province. About 10 million people from ethnic groups such as Miao, Bouyei, Dong, Yi, Hui, Sui, Gelao, Zhuang, Yao, Manchu, Bai and Tujia live there, one third of the province's population. They like eating glutinous rice and sour food.
Guailufan (Guiyang-style fried rice)
Guailufan, is a traditional fried rice of Han people in Guiyang, capital of Guizhou province. It originated from Guiding, a county near Guiyang. It is usually cooked in a round pan and is a popular snack in the province.