10 Street Snacks Every Foodie Needs To Try In China

The best way to discover each of China’s provinces, is to feast your way through their hometown favourites

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1. Jianbing (Chinese Crepes)

Arguably one of China’s most popular breakfast items, the jian bing is a common street snack easily found at street corners, subway stations and tourist attractions. The flavours vary from city to city, but ingredients tend to be the same — the dough is made of wheat and grain flour, then fried on a griddle. You’ll find fillings ranging from scallions to lettuce.

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