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PART 1: Ultimate Chinese Street Food Tour of Chengdu, Sichuan, China! This is Part 1 of an epic 14 hour day of eating as much Sichuan Chinese food as possible in a single day – this is only half of the food, be sure to watch Part 2 as well! #ChineseFood #streetfood #Sichuan
Again, a big thank you to Jordan and Anita from Chengdu Food Tours (https://www.instagram.com/chengdufoodtours/) for taking me around Chengdu for this unbelievable food tour. Sichuan is one of the greatest cuisines of China, and the world, known for numbing Sichuan peppercorn, chili oil, layers of fermented and pickled ingredients, and huge amounts of flavor. I was very excited to go on an ultimate Sichuan Chinese street food tour to learn more about this fascinating cuisine.
Here’s the main food and restaurants we ate at in this video:
ShiEr Qiao Baozi – One of the most common things to eat for breakfast in China is baozi, and this corner little restaurant is extremely popular and their family favorite spot for baozi in Chengdu. The minced pork version, which is their main one, is probably the best baozi I’ve ever had. The meat filling was delicious, but really it was the bread, the dough that stood out. Total price – 24 RMB ($3.38)
Duck Blood Snack – One our way to the market, we had another Sichuan street food classic, coagulated duck blood drenched in chili oil. Delicious. Total price – 7 RMB ($0.98)
Wang Ma Roast Rabbit – One of the most popular Sichuan Chinese street food snacks is roasted rabbit, shredded and loaded with chili oil, Sichuan peppercorn, and chili oil. What an ultra tasty snack. Half rabbit – 33 RMB ($4.65)
Market – The market is vibrant and full of action and energy, and a perfect place to get a feel for the fresh ingredients used in Sichuan food cooking. The highlight for me was tasting fresh Sichuan peppercorn, both green and red versions, which were so pungent it was almost hard to breath from chewing on a few. Luckily, sugar reduces the effect of Sichuan peppercorn, and so we ate a persimmon. What a food experience!
Noodles – One of the most well known of all Sichuan Chinese street food dishes are chili noodles, and so Anita brought us to one of her favorite spots. The noodles were cooked perfectly, then tossed in chili oil and herbs, with extra pork meat. They were unbelievably tasty. Price – 12 RMB ($1.69) per bowl
Sifang Dumpling Shop – Finally, for the last morning snack before lunch, we ate some Sichuan dumplings, again, one of the most eat street foods of Chengdu. The dumplings were boiled, then seasoned with chili oil, garlic, and sesame seeds. Total price – 35 RMB ($4.93)
Again, this is only Part 1 of this incredible 14-hour Chinese street food tour of Chengdu. Keep watching Part 2 to see all the rest of the food!
Thank you to Chengdu Food Tours: https://chengdufoodtours.com/
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