Go! Yunnan: A recipe for Yunnan Docynia salad
Updated 16:24, 14-Nov-2020

If you walk in the ancient tea forest on the Jingmai Mountain in Pu'er City in southwest China's Yunnan Province, you may notice green fruits on the ground. It is often mistaken for the fruit of tea trees, but it's actually Yunnan Docynia fruit. 

Yunnan Docynia is native to Yunnan and it can also be found in neighboring provinces like Guizhou and Sichuan. It tastes crisp and sour. Local people like to dip it into a dry sauce made of pepper and salt. CMG reporter Cui Yifei learnt the entire process of making Yunnan Docynia salad. Watch the video to learn with her!

About 'Go! Yunnan' series

Yunnan Province in southwest China boasts of spectacular natural landscapes, biodiversity and diverse ethnic groups. Among China's 56 recognized ethnic groups, 25 are found in Yunnan. This livestream series takes you on a tour to six cities or autonomous prefectures in Yunnan to explore the little-known food, scenery and folk customs.

Read more:

Go! Yunnan: A taste of Pu'er roasted tea in SW China

Go! Yunnan: Wandering around a utopia – The Wengji Ancient Village

(Cover image via screenshot. Video filmed by Zhang Chao and Guo Yuanheng, edited by Liao Jieting and Zhao Ying.)

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