Two foreign students, recently visited the Sanfangqixiang (Three Lanes and Seven Alleys) historic neighborhood of Fuzhou, Fujian province and learned how to make rouyan (meat wonton), a quintessential snack in the city. Check out this video of their tasty cultural adventure!
The chickens in Hetian town, Changting county, Fujian province, are different from some other chickens in that they grow at a slower pace, are swifter in movement and have a tendency to perch on trees to rest. Additionally, they are known for their "superior taste".
Since the Qing Dynasty (1644-1911), the lotus seeds in Jianning county, which is called Jianlian in short, have been renowned throughout China for their plump shape and ivory color.
Guangbing, a Chinese baked sesame cake, brings nostalgia for people in Fujian province.
Meatyan is a traditional snack in Fuzhou, Fujian province.
The chive pancake is one of the delicacies hidden in the countryside of Yongtai, Fujian province.
One of the must-try Fuzhou delicacies is the scrumptious fotiaoqiang, or Buddha Jumps Over the Wall, which is probably the most iconic dish in Fujian province and even China.
Guang bing, or kompyang, is a local delicacy in Jian'ou, Fujian province. Boasting a tantalizing combination of crispness and softness, Jian'ou guang bing has been popular among the locals for over 400 years.