Dì sān xiān

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Dì sān xiān (Chinese: 地三鲜) is a Chinese dish made of stir-fried potatoes, aubergine/eggplant, and sweet peppers.[1][2] Other ingredients may include garlic, spring onion, etc. The name roughly translates to "three treasures from the earth" because it consists of the three key ingredients listed above.[3] It is a delicacy common in northern China.

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  1. ^ Eating Out in China: A Traveler's Resource - Alan Hoenig
  2. ^ Frommer's Beijing Day by Day - Jen Lin-Liu
  3. ^ "Di San Xian (Fried Potato, Eggplant and Pepper in Garlic Sauce 地三鲜) | Omnivore's Cookbook". Omnivore's Cookbook. 2017-03-14. Retrieved 2017-10-27.

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