A Bite of China

10 Must-try Street Foods in Beijing

by on 2016-06-23 14:51:35

 

Beijing's popular Wangfuijing Snack Street is a stop all. Visitors should take the opportunity to experience some of the traditional Chinese snacks. Whether it's a bug on a stick or the belly of a lamb, Wangfujing offers snacks for all palates. Below are a few common snacks tried by visitors during their first visit to the well-known snack street.

The photos are taken on June 17 on Wangfuijing Snack Street, one of the famous snack streets in Beijing.

1.Fried Insect
The shops provide a variety of insects, such as scorpion, pupa and grasshopper. Fried insect is one of the special street foods in Beijing and many people enjoy it, especially scorpion and pupa. Scorpion is very crunchy and tastes like dried fish.

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2. Kebab
Kebab is made of meat, mostly from pig, chicken, cow and lamb. The meat is put onto a skewer and then roasted; the chef flavors the meat with cumin powder and chili powder. Kebab is very delicious and common in China; moreover, it is very cheap.

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3. Fried dumpling/ boiled dumpling
Beijing's dumplings are different from other countries' dumplings. The filling is made with ground pork, ground beef or shrimp and vegetables. Many people eat the dumpling with different sauces, like vinegar, chili sauce or oil and garlic.
 

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4. Steamed buns
Steamed buns are famous and traditional in Beijing. The bun is made of flour and meat, usually pork and beef, but some are made of vegetables only. Steamed buns are common and convenient to eat.

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5. Beijing pancake
The Chinese street crepe is similar to the Mexican burrito; however, the traditional Mexican tortilla is replaced with a thin, flat pancake and then filled with traditional Chinese veggies, such as Chinese cabbage, lettuce, mug bean sprouts and carrots. Common meats found inside these wraps include pork, chicken or duck. The pancake is made of flour and egg and the veggies and meat inside are seasoned with herbs such as parsley. The crepe is topped with a brown sauce that is a nice mixture between sweet and salty.

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6. Stinky tofu
Many people are afraid that eating stinky tofu will make themselves stinky. The truth is, it won't. Stinky tofu is common in places like Hong Kong and Taiwan. The fermented tofu is fried, then the chef puts a mixed sauce on top of the tofu with some coriander. Many people are afraid that eating stinky tofu will make themselves stinky. The truth is, it won't. Stinky tofu is common in places like Hong Kong and Taiwan. The fermented tofu is fried, then the chef puts a mixed sauce on top of the tofu with some coriander.

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7. Baodu
Baodu is a traditional Beijing cuisine made by Muslims and is made of lamb or cow stomach. The cooking process of Baodu is like a work of art. The chef cooks it in front of the customer, using water to cook the stomach quickly. Then the chef adds some sesame, chili and garlic sauce on the top of Baodu.Baodu is a traditional Beijing cuisine made by Muslims and is made of lamb or cow stomach. The cooking process of Baodu is like a work of art. The chef cooks it in front of the customer, using water to cook the stomach quickly. Then the chef adds some sesame, chili and garlic sauce on the top of Baodu.

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