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BEST Chinese Street Food | Numbing Beef Sichuan Flatbread in Chengdu, China5m01s

BEST Chinese Street Food | Numbing Beef Sichuan Flatbread in Chengdu, China

Chinese street food in Chengdu, Sichuan. When it comes to street food around the world, China has some of the best. I came to China mainly for eating and to try Chinese food that I haven't tried before. Now I've been living here for 2 years, and still loving it. This local street food, known as the guokui, is a specialty in Sichuan that is often lined up for down the street by locals. If you find a good guokui place, you will understand why. The flavour is slightly prickly and spicy and the bread is crispy yet fluffy at the same time. It's really nice. This is one of my favorite stuffed flatbread places in Chengdu, I came here in May, 2016, and the place is located at: 王记特色锅盔 国学巷附近. You can paste this into baidu maps and it will take you there. I love exploring China and traveling China by bicycle, it's a great way to try new foods and chat with new people. The street food in china can sometimes be unsafe, so it's best to go to places that have a long lineup or ones that please your senses. If you find the right places, you can find the best street food, and some of the top foods you may have ever tried.

Unheard of Chinese Street Food You MUST Try | Farmers Market in China 2.510m06s

Unheard of Chinese Street Food You MUST Try | Farmers Market in China 2.5

I visited this local market near the outskirts of Chengdu, Sichuan, China, and found Chinese street food and the atmosphere to be mind blowing and exciting! It was truly an experience visiting this Chinese street market! So much food and Sichuan ingredients, so many flavours to try! These are the outtakes from the second Unheard of Chinese Street Food you Must try. Part 1: https://youtu.be/OXIe9u-i8JQ Part 2: https://youtu.be/vbfvkyuGP9w I visited this morning market on a Sunday morning in Chengdu at 8am with an empty stomach and money to blow with the goal of tasting cheap street foods and chatting with as many locals as possible. This is a true China experience. It was so busy, with so many people, so many things to buy and look at, tons of vegetables, meat, live chickens, live hens, live roosters, everything you could want really. Fresh handmade noodles, fresh Sichuan cold "liangbancai", and a huge meat market deli area with hanging pork and beef to choose from. All of the locals were friendly and talkative, although a bit surprised to see a foreigner walking through the area! If you're visiting China as a tourist, you'll definitely want to take a walk through a busy morning market like this trying fresh and cheap street food. There are countless street foods to try and people to chat to (If you speak a little mandarin). This market was mind blowing! Rather than trying hot pot in Chengdu or hot pot in Chongqing, you could try some way cooler food in Chengdu at local market like this. This should be a top priority in my opinion! Chinese cuisine is so diverse, and I consider myself lucky to be able to live in Sichuan, eating Sichuan food everyday, tasting all the top Chinese foods to try whenever I want. I've decided to stay living in China for at least another 2 or 3 years to get the feel of it and eat as much as I can! The address of this market was: 农贸市场 青羊区苏坡中路5-10号

Best Malaysian Food in Penang, Malaysia | INSANELY Good Nasi Kandar with Kyle Le6m15s

Best Malaysian Food in Penang, Malaysia | INSANELY Good Nasi Kandar with Kyle Le

In Penang, Malaysia, the food is the best in Malaysia. Malaysian Food is one of my favourites in Asia due to the diversity of Chinese, Indian, and Malay influence on all of the food, whether the local Malaysian street food in Kuala Lumpur and Penang street food, or whether dining in Mamak stalls like this famous Nasi Kandar joint, you can't go wrong! Penang food is heavenly! I was lucky enough to meet up with Kyle Le from Kyleledotnet, we enjoyed our meal together and had a great collaboration, you can check out his channel here: https://www.youtube.com/user/kyleledo... If you want to come to Penang to eat this mind blowing Malaysian cuisine, I suggest trying Nasi Kandar. It is famous all throughout Malaysia, but here in Penang is the birthplace. Many Nasi Kandar restaurants are open 24 hours long to serve those craving spice at any time of day. Nasi Kandar is rice covered in a huge assortment of your selection of fresh Indian curry, available with chicken, beef, mutton, and many vegetables. We ordered a fish head curry as well! I really want to come back every year to Georgetown to eat and perhaps learn some Malaysian food recipes. In Pulau Pinang (Penang), t he most famous Nasi Kandar restaurants are Nasi Kandar Line Clear or Nasi Kandar Beratur. I visited Line Clear and quite enjoyed the flavour, but I wanted to try a different place that has less hype and still had something to prove. I found Nasi Kandar Deen Maju, address below: Nasi Kandar Deen Maju, Jalan Gurdwara (Brick Kiln Road) Jalan Gurdwara, 10150 Penang, Pulau Pinang Time: 4pm-11pm I spent 3 weeks eating Penang food and afterwards I didn't want to leave. The food here is good enough for a lifetime. You can dine on Indian cuisine, Indian street food, Chinese, and Malay food every day and you will never get bored with the huge variety of food. If you come to Malaysia, you must eat in Penang and Kuala Lumpur, perhaps even take a Penang food tour or Kuala Lumur food tour from a local. The food hunt is a lot of fun here! I hope this is helpful for you the next time you go to eat Nasi Kandar! Please leave me a comment down below, it helps a lot. Thanks again for watching this Nasi Kandar food and travel video!

11 Classic Dim Sum Dishes You MUST Try!5m59s

11 Classic Dim Sum Dishes You MUST Try!

Dim Sum is a must eat Chinese food in Southern China. You definitely need to try these 11 classic dim sum dishes! I came to Guangzhou to eat Cantonese food, and decided to try the best 11 dim sum dishes here, the home of dim sum! As I walked into this classic dim sum restaurant in the core of Guangzhou, I was overwhelmed with excitement for all the food I was about to eat! I don't consider myself an expert on how to eat dim sum, but I have eaten my fair share and ordered what I thought were the classic dishes. The dim sum here was some of the best dim sum I have had, although the char siu bao was a little dry, I can still say that I was happy with the flavours and I would love to learn how to cook the dim sum recipe that these chefs use here in Guangzhou. It was truly authentic yum cha that almost anyone will enjoy. If you're in China for food and travel, I truly suggest coming to Guangzhou to eat this amazing dim sum at the following restaurant location: Name: 一盅两件 Address: (广州)中山三路108号英德宾馆3楼(近有骨气) On the third floor! Whether in Guangzhou or Hong Kong, you must order these classic dishes. For your information, here are the proper cantonese names of the dishes below so that you can order them when you go to a cantonese restaurant: #11: Lo Mai Gai #10: Fung zaau #9: Lo Bak Go #8: Ngau juk jyun #7: Chee Cheong Fun #6: Ngau Zai Gwat #5: Dan tat #4: Fun guo #3: Cha siu bao #2: Siu Mai #1: Har Gow I hope this is helpful for you the next time you go to eat dim sum! Please leave me a comment down below, it helps a lot. Thanks again for watching this dim sum food and travel video!

INSANE Durian Chicken Hot Pot in China! Disgusting or Delicious?5m23s

INSANE Durian Chicken Hot Pot in China! Disgusting or Delicious?

Durian is a famous fruit in most of Asia. Hot pot is also famous! I'm a huge fan of both. Chicken is a specialty in Southern China as well, so I came to Guangzhou to try the amazing Chinese food. I met up with a local friend to show me around Guangzhou and taste the local Chinese food specialties. Our original plan was to eat a special Chicken dish, but the restaurant was closed. That turned out to be a good thing, because we discovered a durian hot pot restaurant on another street nearby. I'm a huge lover of durian, and when we discovered this local food spot selling fresh durian hot pot, I was beyond excited. We sat down and ordered. It came with chicken and was basically a huge boiling pot full of durian and chicken. Here is the restaurant address in Guangzhou: 大龙凤第一鸡煲 越秀区北京南路22号(近天字码头) Many people take the durian challenge and find it disgusting or gross. The smell can be off putting to some, but I find that it is beyond amazing once you get used to the flavour, and is truly the best fruit in the world. It is the smelliest fruit in the world, coming from Southeast Asia, but in my opinion is not smelly, but rather fragrant and delicious! Combining these two flavours turned out quite well in my opinion, but they could have used higher grade durian like Maoshanwang or fox king durian from Malaysia to get the best effect. Still overall it was an amazing durian.

Unheard of Chinese Street Food You MUST Try | Farmers Market in China 211m01s

Unheard of Chinese Street Food You MUST Try | Farmers Market in China 2

I visited this local market near the outskirts of Chengdu, Sichuan, China, and found Chinese street food and the atmosphere to be mind blowing and exciting! It was truly an experience visiting this Chinese street market! So much food and Sichuan ingredients, so many flavours to try! Please like: www.facebook.com/foodrangin I visited this morning market on a Sunday morning in Chengdu at 8am with an empty stomach and money to blow with the goal of tasting foods and chatting with as many locals as possible. This is a true China experience. It was so busy, with so many people, so many things to buy and look at, tons of vegetables, meat, live chickens, live hens, live roosters, everything you could want really. Fresh handmade noodles, fresh Sichuan cold "liangbancai", and a huge meat market deli area with hanging pork and beef to choose from. All of the locals were friendly and talkative, although a bit surprised to see a foreigner walking through the area! If you're visiting China as a tourist, you'll definitely want to take a walk through a busy morning market like this. There are countless street foods to try and people to chat to (If you speak a little mandarin). This market was mind blowing! Rather than trying hot pot in Chengdu or hot pot in Chongqing, you could try some way cooler food in Chengdu at local market like this. This should be a top priority in my opinion! Chinese cuisine is so diverse, and I consider myself lucky to be able to live in Sichuan, eating Sichuan food everyday, tasting all the top Chinese foods to try whenever I want. I've decided to stay living in China for at least another 2 or 3 years to get the feel of it and eat as much as I can! The address of this market was: 农贸市场 青羊区苏坡中路5-10号

Eating At A Remote Temple Outside of Penang, Malaysia | Malaysian Food Treasures3m03s

Eating At A Remote Temple Outside of Penang, Malaysia | Malaysian Food Treasures

Malaysia has some of the best food in Asia. Whether Malaysian street food or hawker food, it's all top notch in Georgetown. I came to Penang to eat and decided to leave Georgetown and find something a little different. After eating Penang street food for a week, I wanted to eat more street food, but somewhere else. I had a local friend bring me to a little temple in Bukit Mertajam. Right beside the temple, there was a a couple small hawker stalls serving fresh noodles. I was so excited! When I saw the stalls I just new that we had to eat there and that it was going to be a fun experience, right in front of the temple! We ate Bee Teh Bak, a fat and short rice noodle soup served with lean pork and fatty ground pork. It was really simple and hearty. Please like: www.facebook.com/foodrangin

Malaysian Indian Street Food! | Dancing Rojak Man in Penang!3m46s

Malaysian Indian Street Food! | Dancing Rojak Man in Penang!

Malaysian Indian Street Food is some of the best food in the world. Whether on the street or in a restaurant, you usually can't go wrong. Here in Penang, Malaysian Indian street food is all around. I found this Rojak Pasembur stall on Gurney drive, and while I can't say it was the best I've had, it was still an awesome experience because this Rojak Man loves his job and dances all day to the beat of whatever song is on the radio while chopping up the ingredients in the Rojak. Malaysia has some of the best Indian cuisine and best street food in Asia because of it's multicultural core of Malay, Indian, and Chinese fusion. I'm a huge indian food fan, and while this wasn't the best food in Penang, it was still worthy of trying out, and there are other stalls around too that make Rojak and Pasembur worth trying when done right. I love the Malaysian street food and it is what is going to keep me coming back for years to come. Category Travel & Events License Standard YouTube License

This is Rural Chinese Food. Southern Chinese New Year Food FEAST!3m35s

This is Rural Chinese Food. Southern Chinese New Year Food FEAST!

I was super lucky to be able to spend Chinese New Year in Southern China, a 2 hour drive from Guangzhou, in a little village full of locals, eating an amazing feast of Chinese Food! The flavours were elegant and simple yet bold at the same time. Very refined! I was invited to this village by a friend who was traveling back to her hometown for the Chinese New Year family reunion. When I arrived to the village, I was blown away at how traditional everything was and how the locals were so happy and kind hearted. I got to meet and chat with everyone in her family, and was shown around their home and told to make myself at home. This was a nice experience after spending time in Guangzhou eating Chinese Street Food. I watched them cooking as they showed me how to make sweet and sour spare ribss and how to make chinese foods from southern china (Cantonese style cooking). They had an indoor kitchen and also were cooking outdoor using a massive wok! Watching them cooking and learning how to cook the way they do was an amazing experience. The family took me in as their own, and even gave me a classic Chinese hongbao stuffed with cash!!! This was truly a experience that I will never forget! I feel so thankful! My favourite thing was the sweet and sour spare ribs, and the boiled chicken dipped in the homemade sour and spicy chili sauce! It was legendary! Please click like on this video if you enjoyed it, and leave me a comment below too, I love hearing from you!

Eating Nasi Lemak and A $60 Durian in Penang With Kyle Le | Malaysian Food7m00s

Eating Nasi Lemak and A $60 Durian in Penang With Kyle Le | Malaysian Food

Nasi Lemak and Durian are MUST eat Malaysian food highlights! They will make you cry out in happiness! I ate them with Kyle Le too! We found the best Nasi Lemak stall in Penang, and It brought us joy! I flew to Penang from China to eat the food. It's that good here. Penang food is a notch up from Malaysian food in general. If you compare Penang food with Kuala Lumpur food, Penang food will win hands down. The same goes if you do a Malaysian food taste test and a Singapore food taste test, Malaysian food will win. But the ultimate food winner will always be Penang. That's why I came here. To eat. Penang will never let you down on a food trip. Tourism is booming in Penang and the food is a number one attraction. This time, I ate an amazing Nasi Lemak and a beautiful Musang King Durian, which cost nearly $60 because it's out of season in the winter. That was fine with me, I'm addicted. I met up with Kyle Le to film our eating experience and to chat about our lives as food and travel lovers. This was a lot of fun! Address: Sri Well Food Court Georgetown, Penang Malaysia

Enter Curry Heaven | Amazing Indian Cooking, Indian Food in Penang, Malaysia4m23s

Enter Curry Heaven | Amazing Indian Cooking, Indian Food in Penang, Malaysia

Indian Food is abundant in Penang. Almost everywhere you go, you will be able to find amazing Indian food. Whether on the street, or in a restaurant, you can't go wrong. I brought a couple local friends along with me to my favourite Indian restaurant in Penang! To me, Indian cuisine is one of the best in the world. Whether indian street food, or indian cooking in a nice restaurant like this one in Penang, I'm in love. I brought these local friends here as a taste test to see whether they would agree that it is amazing food at Sri Ananda Bahwan. We all agreed! We also enjoyed trying indian candy! In the future, I hope to eat the best street food in india, trying out market street food and indian recipe combos from locals and cooking with them as well, at least that is what the dream is! I would love to go to Dehli, Chennai, and Mumbai! After spending 2 weeks in Penang, I ate at Sri Ananda Bahwan in Little India probably 5 or more times, it was that good! Here is what we ordered: Mutton Rogan Josh: This was an amazingly deep mutton flavoured curry, flowing with juices and quite creamy! Mutton Punjabi: This was what they served when I asked for the spiciest curry they had! It was quite hot and burning but also very pleasant and smooth! Tiger Prawns: These were huge prawns cooked in a mild curry. Garlic Naan: Amazing naan bread to dip in the curries. Fish Head Curry: This was a classic fish head curry that wasn't too spicy, stuffed with a big okra and also quite mild. Banana Leaf: They serve you rice on a banana leaf, with three side dishes to mix with the rice, that are unlimited! Tandoori Chicken: Amazingly pungent and flavourful tandoori chicken cooked in their own tandoori oven! It was all topped of with popadom and mango lassi to wash it all down, a truly amazing meal!

Malaysian Street Food in Penang | Incredible Roti Canai At Transfer Road4m26s

Malaysian Street Food in Penang | Incredible Roti Canai At Transfer Road

If you're new to Malaysian Food, a classic Malaysian street food you must try is the Roti Canai, made by Malaysian Indians, also known as Mamak food. Mamak simply means Malaysian Muslim Indian, and their food is what keeps me coming back to Malaysia to eat! There are also many Mamak stall restaurants that serve many other Indian influenced food throughout Malaysia. This stall is famous for it's Roti Canai, which is an Indian influenced flatbread that is found throughout Malaysia! The one here on transfer road is very famous in Penang, known for it's curry. The Roti Canai bread combined with their mutton curry, chicken curry, and beef curry, which are all spicy and very tasty. If you come to Penang, you have to try out this awesome street food! I'm so addicted to Malaysian cuisine! In my opinion, Kuala Lumpur, Penang and Malacca (Melaka) are the best places to sample Malaysian food. Kuala Lumpur street food is awesome, so is Penang street food, and Melaka Street Food is also out of this world! You can't go wrong! But out of these three destinations, my favourite overall is Penang, because cuisine in Penang somehow just has that upper edge, perhaps because my favourite foods in the world are Indian and Chinese, and Penang just has the perfect culinary culture to accommodate excellent cuisine within those two categories! You can find amazing Chinese food and Indian food in Penang, so you will never be disappointed if those are your favourite foods like me! Address: Transfer Road Roti Canai 56 Jalan Transfer Georgetown, Malaysia

Eating A Whole Roast Lamb in China | Mongolian Food, Sichuan Style4m47s

Eating A Whole Roast Lamb in China | Mongolian Food, Sichuan Style

We ate this whole roast lamb in Chengdu, Sichuan. It was a little like the Mongolian food, Mongolian roast lamb, except it was prepared in the Sichuan style, with a spicy and numbing sauce on it. It's definitely an awesome food to try in Sichuan! I arrived early to watch the cooking process, and the chef even showed me hot to make the roast lamb over the hot coals! Please like: www.facebook.com/foodrangin We went to this roast lamb place because it was two of my friends birthdays, and we wanted a true Chinese feast. We wanted to eat a whole roast lamb! The location was outside of Chengdu in the south, at : 成都市双流区华府大道2段748号川西人居里巴山一绝烤全羊 Although the roast lamb was expensive, it was definitely super delicious! The flavor was spicy and numbing and also had a strong cumin flavor as well! It was a little small, and a little expensive, but we were stuffed! The leg of lamb, the lamb shank, the body, all were delicious, except a little too small! It was the juiciest lamb meat I've ever tasted. The chef was so happy that we came to film a video, that they phoned us after the video to say we could come back and they would make a roast lamb for free for us next time! This was some of the best cooking I've ever had, delicious food!

Hooters In China For Christmas | Chinese Hooters Food And Fun!7m54s

Hooters In China For Christmas | Chinese Hooters Food And Fun!

Hooters In China is something that you have to experience for yourself. Chinese Hooters has excellent bar food and we came on Christmas night. We decided to come to hooters on Christmas to enjoy the western food as it is hard to find in China and we wanted somewhere with a lively atmosphere. I also stayed up all night editing this video for you on Christmas so that you could still enjoy it on Christmas day in North America :) Please like: www.facebook.com/foodrangin The food was surprisingly very good. Up to western standards. I ordered a burger and hot and spicy chicken wings. They were so hot and spicy! Western food in China is either really good or really bad. It was really good here! And we came on Christmas night, so the atmosphere was lively, full of games, dancing, and eating! Watch the full video! It's full of fun! There is also a Hooters in Beijing I believe, but this is my first time to one in China in Chengdu. The girls here were distracting me from the food though.

Eating At A Communist Restaurant in China | Mindblowing Chinese Food in Sichuan6m57s

Eating At A Communist Restaurant in China | Mindblowing Chinese Food in Sichuan

Sichuan Food in Chengdu is so spicy. The Chinese food here in Sichuan is different from the rest of the country. Here, the food in Chengdu is much spicier and uses a lot of Sichuan peppercorns as well. Join me as I sample 7 nice dishes at a communist restaurant in Chengdu! Please like: www.facebook.com/foodrangin This restaurant name is 人民食堂 "Renmin shitang", which means People's cafeteria, and is all in old Chinese communist style interior. It's a true sight to see. The servers are all wearing old Chinese communism uniforms and the food was delicious to say the least! Restaurant Address (Show this to the taxi) 青羊区纬四路133号(成飞301小区北门旁)

Unheard of Chinese Street Food You MUST Try | Farmers Market in China! Chi13m47s

Unheard of Chinese Street Food You MUST Try | Farmers Market in China! Chi

I visited this local market near the outskirts of Chengdu, Sichuan, China, and found Chinese street food and the atmosphere to be mind blowing and exciting! It was truly an experience visiting this Chinese street market! So much food and Sichuan ingredients, so many flavours to try! Please like: www.facebook.com/foodrangin I visited this morning market on a Sunday morning in Chengdu at 8am with an empty stomach and money to blow with the goal of tasting foods and chatting with as many locals as possible. This is a true China experience. It was so busy, with so many people, so many things to buy and look at, tons of vegetables, meat, live chickens, live hens, live roosters, everything you could want really. Fresh handmade noodles, fresh Sichuan cold "liangbancai", and a huge meat market deli area with hanging pork and beef to choose from. All of the locals were friendly and talkative, although a bit surprised to see a foreigner walking through the area! If you're visiting China as a tourist, you'll definitely want to take a walk through a busy morning market like this. There are countless street foods to try and people to chat to (If you speak a little mandarin). This market was mind blowing! Rather than trying hot pot in Chengdu or hot pot in Chongqing, you could try some way cooler food in Chengdu at local market like this. This should be a top priority in my opinion! Chinese cuisine is so diverse, and I consider myself lucky to be able to live in Sichuan, eating Sichuan food everyday, tasting all the top Chinese foods to try whenever I want. I've decided to stay living in China for at least another 2 or 3 years to get the feel of it and eat as much as I can! The address of this market was: 农贸市场 青羊区苏坡中路5-10号

Top 5 Chinese Foods You MUST Try | Best Food Of The Year!4m20s

Top 5 Chinese Foods You MUST Try | Best Food Of The Year!

Chinese food. Chinese street food. I love you. The cuisine I sampled in the last year living in China was unreal. I've combined my top 5 Chinese food picks into one video. I mostly eat Sichuan food, so there may be some bias, but believe me, the food I ate this year, whether Chinese street food or Chinese market food or eating at nice Chinese restaurants, I've narrowed down into 5 delicious picks for you! The addresses will be updated on this video soon: Number 5: "On the paper fish" - 纸上烤鱼 "Zhi shang kaoyu" This is a grilled fish "on the paper", so that there is no charring of any ingredients and all the flavours of the spicy and garlicky broth are soaked into the fish. You also order additional ingredients, like eggs, lotus root, tofu, potato, cilantro, and greens. I ate this one in Chengdu. It's a great Chengdu food to try. Number 4 - Leshan duck - 甜皮鸭 "Tian pi ya" This is the famous Leshan "sweet skinned duck". It's stewed in ginger, onions, sugar, salt, star anise, Sichuan peppercorn, cinnamon, fennel, cloves, and cardamom. It's super easy and this is one of my favourite ducks in all of China. Number 3 - Firewood Chicken - 柴火鸡 "Chaihuoji" This was truly a magical experience. A whole chicken is chopped up and put into a wok heated by wood fire. It's boiled in a wok full of Sichuan broad bean paste and dried chilies, making it super spicy, juicy, and salty. The wok is full of other vegetable ingredients that you personally order. I ordered potatoes to keep it classic. The best part of the whole meal is when they take a dough and place it on the side of the wok and put the lid over it, making these gooey and sticky and crispy on the outside. So satisfying. Another great Sichuan food to try in Chengdu. Number 2 -Xinjiang food Xinjiang food is a huge culinary world that I can't say I've fully sampled. But what I did try in Urumqi was amazing. I had a meal at a traditional Xinjiang restaurant that was 3 main Xinjiang foods: Pumpkin and Lamb steamed buns, Xinjiang Lamb Kebabs, and A lamb and onion and black pepper "rounang" stuffed bread. Number 1 - Tibetan food- "Xizang cai" I tried this food at the four girls mountain range in Western Sichuan. This meal was so so satisfying and really rich and heavy. It consisted of spicy yak meat, fresh local potatoes, fresh local first growth forest hand picked greens fried up in a wok with yak butter, fresh tibetan "butter tea", and blood sausage. Yet the best part of this meal was eating with the local people of the area. They were so welcoming and friendly and it really felt like a once in a lifetime experience to just sit down and chat with them in their little living room heated by a wood stove in the coldest part of the winter. What a try experience! Was there something that you think I should have put in this list? What would you like to try most? What are your thoughts about this video? Leave me a comment below about anything, I love hearing from you!

Chinese Food | Eating Sichuan "Paper" Fish With A Local Girl In Chengdu6m02s

Chinese Food | Eating Sichuan "Paper" Fish With A Local Girl In Chengdu

Sichuan food is one of China's 8 main cuisines. Out of all Chinese cooking, Sichuan food is my favourite Chinese food. It's spicy, numbing, fragrant, and very strong. You become addicted to Sichuan flavours and love watching and learning how to make Chinese food, as the chefs prepare it. Please like: www.facebook.com/foodrangin Here, I shot a video with a local Chengdu girl who wanted to eat some delicious fish with me. This Sichuan fish was prepared in Garlic and a "fragrant" broth, which was also quite spicy. It was really delicious. Sichuan food is awesome! I brought her here to this restaurant and it was the first time she tried that flavour! I would love to have that sauce on some chicken too haha! Restaurant Address: 光华村街44号 (Guanghuacun jie 44 hao), behind the 乐宾百货 (lebingbaihuo) shopping mall. Thanks so much for watching and please click that subscribe button!

Eating The Spiciest Meal Ever at "Painful Heat" | I Could Barely Speak...6m07s

Eating The Spiciest Meal Ever at "Painful Heat" | I Could Barely Speak...

In Szechuan, the food is spicy, but I didn't know it could be this spicy. I had a famous Szechuan meal called Chuanchuanxiang, along with some other local delicacies, that made me unable to sleep that night. Please like : https://www.facebook.com/Foodrangin This spicy meal was recommended to me by a local friend in Chengdu, who also loves spicy food. You choose your vegetable and meat skewers from the fridge and then give them to the server and they boil them for you in their spicy oil and serve them to you in a bowl half full of oil as well. You dip the skewers in a spice mix and WOW this was hot. REALLY HOT. EXTREMELY HOT. To be honest, I'm wasn't a huge fan of the other spicy foods they served here like pig brain, rabbit kidney, and rabbit head, but when in Rome... So I tried it all and must say that they were all so-so, except for the pig brain which I didn't like. My local friend loved it all, but also admitted that it was just a little too spicy for him, although he did mention that next time he will bring me to an even spicier place!! There was some amazing sugarcane juice from a stall outside of the restaurant which made a perfect dessert after that spicy meal and really helped cool me down.

Enter Noodle Heaven And Hell in Sichuan | Chinese Night Noodles in Chengdu, China5m03s

Enter Noodle Heaven And Hell in Sichuan | Chinese Night Noodles in Chengdu, China

Chinese noodles at this local restaurant in downtown Chengdu were really delicious. I ordered two bowls of steaming noodles and experienced one super delicious bowl, and one unfortunate bowl that wasn't very good at all! Please like: www.facebook.com/foodrangin Sichuan food is so delicious, and I've been living here in Chengdu for almost 2 years now, eating up as many delicious meals as I can. I love Sichuan noodles more than northern noodles mainly for the fact that they are spicier and more flavorful, with more Sichuan peppercorn, more chilies, and I always order "ganban" which is dry mix, leaving a nice portion of chili oil and garlic and chiles on the bottom of the bowl that you get to mix into the noodles so nicely, infusing that awesome flavour throughout the noodles. That's the meaning of life!! This noodle restaurant serves mainly noodles but they also had BBQ, also known as Shaokao, which ia a popular Chinese street food I have tried before but had to decline to trying it again at this location, since last time I got sick. The shaokao has a lot of skewers of different meats and vegetables, even whole fish, that they throw over a grill and serve to you steaming hot. The Chinese barbecue is better at more cleaner places. Chengdu food is where life is at though, I recommend coming here to try out how delicious it is! Address: 一环路西三段1号(近温哥华广场)

Chinese Street Food 2.0 (Chengdu, China) | Spicy Duck Hot Pot + More7m44s

Chinese Street Food 2.0 (Chengdu, China) | Spicy Duck Hot Pot + More

Chinese street food has been upgraded here. I find this all over the streets of Sichuan, but decided to go for a clean Chinese restaurant for this food and travel video. This famous Chinese food, known as Maocai, is very similar to hot pot, except with many more spices and flavourings, and is served individually. It's a famous dish in Chengdu, Sichuan, China. I think it's better than hot pot in Chengdu. Please like: www.facebook.com/foodrangin I was looking for something spicy in Chengdu, China, where I'm living. This is very easy to accomplish, but I wanted something other than Chinese noodles or dumplings or fried Sichuan food. I didn't want the regular. So I found this joint near my home and ordered up one of my favorite Sichuan foods, MAO CAI. It's basically a huge pot full of boiling spicy broth. You point and choose the ingredients you want them to cook for you. It's really fun watching them cooking it. They then take them out and place them into a bowl full of garlic, chilies, sesame oil, chicken essence, and Sichuan peppercorn. They garnish the dish with some green onions and then you're set to go. It was a wonderful flavory that really brought me right up into heaven. Does Sichuan have the best food in the world? It's tourism is increasing and more and more tourists are discovering the beauty of Sichuan cuisine. Address: 苏坡东路7号附14

How To Make Kung Pao Chicken The Real Way, Made in China Chinese Food8m23s

How To Make Kung Pao Chicken The Real Way, Made in China Chinese Food

How to make Kung Pao Chicken, Made in China, follow this cooking video step by step. The exact recipe is shown below, the local Sichuan local chef told me, as found in Chengdu, true Chinese food! www.facebook.com/foodrangin For the wok: 2 boneless high quality chicken breasts 20 grams of garlic and ginger (about 5 cloves and an equivalent amount of ginger) 3 Chinese onions, chop about 30 grams worth 20 kernels of Sichuan peppercorn Around 20 grams of chopped dried chilies, preferably Sichuan variety (at least 10 individual chilies, seeds removed) Roasted peanuts, the more the better, according to what you like For the marinade, he made it without giving exact amounts, but approximately use this: 2 pinches of salt 1 pinch of white pepper powder 1 pinch of chicken bouillon powder ~1 tablespoon dark soy sauce ~1 tablespoon rice cooking wine, you can use Shoaxing rice wine or regular cooking wine. In chinese it's 料酒, liaojiu 1 egg white 1 large pinch of cornstarch For the sauce: 5 grams salt, 1 teaspoon 10 grams MSG, 2 teaspoons (OPTIONAL, not recommended) 10 grams chicken bouillon powder, 2 teaspoons 4 or 5 teaspoons of sugar 10 or 20 ml black vinegar, depending on how sweet you like it 1 teaspoon dark soy sauce Wet corn starch, 2 tablespoons, you can use cornstarch and water. and then add a little more water to the sauce I found this local Chengdu restaurant right on the street offering all the classic Sichuan food, and asked the chef to show me how to cook his local Kung Pao Chicken. This is not a Chinese street food, this is Chinese "jiachangcai", home cooked food. The flavour was spicy, numbing, and sweet, and the chicken was really tender and soft. Thanks so much for watching and please click that subscribe button!

Spicy Bacon Flavored Potatoes in Sichuan? Streetside Food, Chengdu5m40s

Spicy Bacon Flavored Potatoes in Sichuan? Streetside Food, Chengdu

Eating Sichuan Food in China is awesome. I can come down the street and sample awesome Chinese food any time I like. The menu of Sichuan food is huge! Please like: www.facebook.com/foodrangin Chinese food in Sichuan is so so tasty, and today's goal was to make a casual video while I eat a normal dinner on the street in Chengdu. I was very happy with the flavours that I ordered at this local joint. I've been to this Chinese restaurant many times and can vouch for the flavour. I just have to order less salty and no MSG cause it's usually really salty. I'm loving the life here in Chengdu, Sichuan, China, really. You can walk down the street and find a place like this and spend 10$ on a full meal as shown here. That's life my friends. A good meal is all you need to be happy. In Sichuan, you get your mind blown on the odd occasion like this, when I got to try bacon flavored potatoes! That was nice! While this wasn't technically street food, it was eaten on the streetside, which makes me so happy, because it's the best place to eat food in my opinion.

Chinese Food With A Local Girl | Sichuan Rabbit Head On The Street in Chengdu   The Food Ranger6m35s

Chinese Food With A Local Girl | Sichuan Rabbit Head On The Street in Chengdu The Food Ranger

Chinese street food and Chinese food in China is something so special to me. Eating Rabbit Head in Sichuan is a MUST do thing if you visit Chengdu, China. I also got to enjoy it with a local Chinese girl, a good friend of mine, one who also loves to eat, a wonderful experience! Please like: www.facebook.com/foodrangin The first thing we had to eat was this Chinese restaurant's specialty rabbit head, a Chinese favourite, covered in a spicy, numbing, Sichuan peppercorn flavour that was quite nice. This place was found just behind Wenshuyuan (文殊院) temple in Chengdu, near Chengdu's downtown Core. Rabbit is not a true Chinese street food, but can be found on the street. We were lucky enough to try it right from the massive bowl on the street, as the chef had no problem with us eating it there. The chef at this Sichuan restaurant was super fun and happy. Actually, he gave the meal to us for free because we shot a video there, but I've added the proper prices in for your reference. I loved the true authentic Sichuan chopped cold rabbit salad. It was prepared with a whole roast rabbit, covered it in Sichuan chilies and peppercorns, peanuts, and cilantro. It was delicious, although a little dry. Sichuan is famous for eating rabbit. Not all of the provinces in China eat rabbit. You can eat so many different types of rabbit dishes here, and to me, a good introduction into rabbit eating would be to chomp on a rabbit head and order up the dishes we tasted here. Yes, it can be a little nerve-wracking, but it's something that you should try. In all honesty, I didn't enjoy the head that much, as there isn't much meat, but for the fun factor alone combined with the spicy numbing flavour makes it worth trying. After eating the rabbit for 20 minutes or so, we both realized that it was much spicier than the chef had told us, and that our mouths were numbing and burning from the heat, but still enjoyable. As my friend points out in the video, the numbing and spicy flavour is a true characteristic flavour of Sichuan. Eating rabbit head is something that many locals enjoy, soaked in "Beautiful flavour" (美味).

Enter Meat Heaven + Juicy Testicles | Tasty Turkish Food4m17s

Enter Meat Heaven + Juicy Testicles | Tasty Turkish Food

Turkish food is known for epic meat! Istanbul food is famous for its kebabs, so I ordered a lot of meat and organs to go along with it. The testicles were really juicy and actually quite enjoyable! Please like: www.facebook.com/foodrangin My Turkish buddy brought me to this famous restaurant in Istanbul, ADANA OCAKBAŞI, if you're looking for good Turkish food in Istanbul, traveling in turkey and looking for something good to eat, come here to eat the best Turkish cuisine! After arriving to the restaurant at 4pm (we had to arrive super early because they are so busy after 5:00 that you have to book two weeks in advance), we sat down and ordered all of the must try items on the grill. Adana Kebap, Liver, Kidney, Testicle, Heart, and a lot of Mezze's (side dishes). Please like: www.facebook.com/foodrangin As always, thanks for the continued support and I'm so happy that you enjoy my videos.