Most Popular CHINESE STREET FOODS
A classic Chinese savory snack, tea egg boils an egg, lightly cracks the shell, and then boils it again in tea with sauces and spices.
Chinese meat pie, known
as Xian Bing, is a
popular and delicious
in northern China, often
meat pocket or large dumpling.
Shengjian mantou, also known as shengjian bao or simply shengjian, is a specialty of deep-fried baoze, or steamed buns. This specialty is from Suzhou and Shanghai.
Scallop pancakes are a favorite sum, often enjoyed as an appetizer or side dish with the beloved French fries.
Dating back to the 1950s, egg waffles were created to save unsold eggs. These eggs were combined with flour, sugar and evaporated milk to form a dough.
Hot dry noodles have an 80-year heritage in Chinese culinary culture. Their specialty is based on the absence of broth, which distinguishes them from typical Asian hot noodle dishes.
Hot Dry Noodles