Dai food: Haoluosuo
Pick the local wild gmelina flowers, dry them and pound them, then mix the gmelina flower powder and black glutinous rice flour with brown sugar juice, white sugar, sesame, peanut kernels, and vegetable oil.
Mix repeatedly to distribute the different ingredients evenly, then spread them on oiled Japanese banana leaves, wrap them in rectangular packets, and steam them in a steamer before serving. In Dai villages, people think that a woman who makes good-looking Haoluosuo would give birth to beautiful children.
Source: China Daily