Zhengzhou Xiao Ji stewed noodlesÃ¯Â¼Å’Xiao Honghe, the founder of Xiao Ji Yanmian, was a master of Yifumian at Changchun State-owned Hotel in Zhengzhou. After retirement, he led his two sons to open the restaurant. Many people have the same memories. Xiao Jihuan Noodle Hall opened in the triangle of the intersection of Renmin Road and East Taikang Road, and it was open all night.
He did not follow the traditional style of mutton steamed noodles, but found inspiration from his own good Yifu noodles. He added sea cucumbers and squid with delicious taste and high nutritional value to mutton steamed noodles, called "three fresh steamed noodles".
In 1986, when Xiao Jihuan's noodles were just opened, there were no stores. He started with a canvas awning, a low table, a bench and a pot of soup. With a flick of the finger, Xiaoji now pays more than 1 million yuan of interest and tax to the country every year only.
Many people have the same memories. Xiao Jihuan Noodle Hall opened in the triangle of the intersection of Renmin Road and East Taikang Road, and it was open all night. On a snowy night, three or two friends gathered here, called a plate of red bean shredded, a plate of steamed mutton, each person in front of a bowl of steaming hot steamed noodles, even if there is a bottle of the most common white wine, can also have unlimited pleasure! uuuuuuuuu
The origin of this ember is also said to be related to the anti-Japanese war. During the anti-Japanese war, Japanese airplanes often attacked Zhengzhou. At that time, a chef surnamed Zhao came to eat noodles in his noodle restaurant one day, just in time for the Japanese military aircraft to bomb. After evading the bombing, the noodles became cold. The chef had to put the cold noodles into the boiling mutton soup to cook for a moment. The soldiers found the cooked noodles were also delicious. Later, chef Zhao devoted himself to the study, put some salt and alkali in it to make it more tendon, make a different flavor of the noodles, and later became a popular flavor delicacies. When Gu Qingsheng learned about this legend when he was eating steamed noodles in Zhengzhou, he suggested opening a steamed noodles restaurant in Tokyo, Japan, to let the Japanese eat steamed noodles, and then told them that this steamed noodles was your witness food of Japanese invasion of China, and gave the Japanese people a peace education. This suggestion was better than those "patriotic fighters" who washed Tokyo in blood. Brave words are much stronger.
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