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ISO "Liang Pi" in Toronto

Koenig86 Apr 29, 2009 03:50 PM

I'm looking for places that serve liang pi in Toronto. For those that don't know, liang pi is a dish from Shaanxi province in China. It's basically translucent wheat "pancakes" that are "steamed" in a vat of hot water then cut into noodles, then served with slivered cucumbers, stringy wheat gluten, and usually a spicy sauce.

If anyone knows where I can find these in Toronto, you'd be doing me a huge favor!

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  1. Teep RE: Koenig86 Apr 29, 2009 09:45 PM

    I believe Asian Legends serves "Chicken with liang pi", called "ji shi lai pi".

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      Teep RE: Teep Apr 30, 2009 12:48 PM

      Sorry, that's made with "fan pi", also served cold, but made from bean starch, not wheat.

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