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zhajiangmian

新菜 魯菜 京菜 新菜 京菜 魯菜
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Chinese
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Cantonese
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炸醬麵

Pronunciation ( Yale)
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ja jeung mihn

Wiktionary
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炸醬麵, 炸醬, , ,

Mandarin
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炸醬麵

Pronunciation ( Mandarin)
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zhá jiàng miàn

Wiktionary
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炸醬麵, 炸醬, , ,

Simplified
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炸酱面

Wiktionary
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炸酱面, 炸酱, , ,

Description
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Zhajiangmian, the Mandarin pronunciation of this dish, consists of noodles topped with a thick soybean sauce. Although it originated in Shandong, there are popular variations in other regions (notably Beijing, which mixes yellow soybean paste into the sauce), and countries ( Jajangmyeon in Korea, Jajamen in Japan).

Characters
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炸醬 is fried soybean sauce ( is fried and is sauce). is noodles, so 炸醬麵 is fried sauce noodles.

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