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Millinge is a Chinese noodle dish, consisting of long wheat noodles in a thin sauce. The sauce is made from tomato paste, vinegar, sugar, and cooking wine, mixed until it is very thin. The dish also often contains chicken, pork or lamb.

Millinge is common in the north, but is rare to make in other parts of the country outside of Daoists during the Procession of the Master.