Douhua, or tofu pudding, is an ordinary Chinese snack made with very soft tofu. Though Chinese people living in the southern and northern parts of the country keep arguing about whether a sweet or a salty flavored douhua tastes more authentic, Yangzhou people are quite easy-going with the flavors – a bit of soy sauce, nori, chopped green onion, and dried shrimp, that's enough.
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The douhua dish served with soy sauce and chopped green onion at Juxiang House brings a savory flavor to local residents. [Photo from Yangzhou Tourism Bureau]