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List by: itisclaudio, created: 24 Aug 2020, updated: 24 Aug 2020 Public: Users can add dishes

List of traditional fast food dishes that are sold at food stalls and cookshops in the streets of China.

1. Mung Bean Cake


Mung Bean Cake is a Chinese cake. It is very famous in China. Many street vendors sell it. It is prepared with Yellow mung beans butter, sugar, flour, salt, matcha. Mung bean cake is a perfect dessert in hot summer

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2. Jian Bing

Jianbing, xianbing, Chinese Crepes, 煎饼, 煎餅 (Chinese)

Jianbing, a traditional snack/meal that’s often eaten for breakfast, is a fried crepe made from a batter of wheat and grain flour that is fried on a griddle with an egg(s) and can be topped with scallions, baocui (薄脆 a kind of crispy fried cracker) and cilantro. It can be thick, thin, crispy or chewy, but it’s almost always folded several times before serving.

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3. Roujiamo

肉夹馍, rougamo, rou jia mo (Chinese)

Meaning "meat burger" or "meat sandwich," is a street food originating from Shaanxi Province and now widely consumed all over China. The meat is most commonly pork, stewed for hours in a soup containing over 20 spices and seasonings. Although it is possible to use only a few spices (which many vendors do), the resulting meat is less flavourful.

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4. Scallion Pancakes

Cong you bing, 葱油饼 (Chinese)

Chinese savory, unleavened flatbread folded with oil and minced scallions (green onions). Unlike Western pancakes, it is made from dough instead of batter. Variations exist on the basic method of preparation that incorporate other flavors and fillings.

Scallion pancakes are served both as a street food item and as a restaurant dish. They are also sold commercially, either fresh or frozen in plastic packages (often in Asian supermarkets). https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/C…

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5. Shengjian Mantou

Shengjianbao, Pan Fried Buns, Sheng Jian Bao, 生煎包 (Chinese) (Chinese-Shanghainese)

Type of small, pan-fried baozi (steamed buns) which is a specialty of Shanghai. It is usually filled with pork and gelatin that melts into soup/liquid when cooked. Shengjian mantou has been one of the most common breakfast items in Shanghai since the early 1900s. As a ubiquitous breakfast item, it has a significant place in Shanghainese culture. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sh…

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6. Jiaozi

Guotie, 餃子, 餃子, Chinese dumpling, jiǎo zi, jiao zi (Chinese)

Jiaozi are a kind of Chinese dumpling, commonly eaten in China and other parts of East Asia. They are one of the major foods eaten during the Chinese New Year and year-round in the northern provinces. Wikipedia

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