Hunan Cuisine is one of the eight regional cuisines of China. As opposed to the better-known Sichuan cuisine, it is known for its hot spicy flavor, fresh aroma and deep color because of the liberal use of chili peppers, shallots and garlic.
The history of the cooking skills employed in the Hunan cuisine date back many centuries. As early as the Western Han Dynasty, 2,100 years ago, the cooking skills of Hunan cuisine reached a high standard. During the course of its history, Hunan cuisine assimilated a variety of cuisine styles, and then developed its own style.
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