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Peanut Soup

2014-08-01

Originating in Quanzhou, Peanut Soup is a very popular snack in Fujian province. A bowl of peanut soup is a tradition for birthdays, weddings and festivals.

Laohua

2014-05-14

Laohua is a traditional Fuzhou street food. Literally, “Lao” means getting the noodles out of the boiling water. “Hua” is a type of rice noodle native to Putian city, Fujian province.

Guobianhu (Dingbianhu)

2013-08-13

Guobianhu is a famous Fuzhou traditional snack, consisting of a bowl of soup mixed with various ingredients and topped with crispy, burnt rice.

Niangao

2013-08-13

Niangao, steamed rice cake, and fagao, steamed sponge cake, are traditional desserts eaten around Chinese New Year .

Wind-dried duck porridge

2013-08-13

Residents of the city of Zhangping traditionally prepare wind-dried ducks every winter. They first remove the birds' feathers, then gut them and then flatten them by inserting bamboo branches in their bellies. Next, they coat the ducks with ground pepper, salt, and other seasoning according to taste, and then hang them

Ai Fruit

2013-08-13

Ai Fruit, also known as Sweet Green Rice Ball or Qingming Fruit, is made of glutinous rice with aromatic Ai – Jersey Cudweed or gnaphalium affine - which has been boiled in water and rubbed to eliminate its bitter taste. Ai Fruit has been a local delicacy for more than one thousand years and is often mixed with minced meat

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