Do you love Chinese street food? Because I do. When I studied in Shanghai, my favorite part of every morning was picking up a Jianbing from a food vendor on my way to school.

 Sometimes street food can be hard to find at traditional Chinese restaurants, but there are all kinds of recipes to be found online that you can try yourself. 

Luckily for you, you don’t have to go through the trial and error of picking recipes yourself, because I decided to try a few out! I’m going to be ranking street food recipes that I found online by three criteria:

 1) Easy or hard? 2) Yuck or Yum? 3) Are the ingredients accessible or not to those without an Asian grocery store?

I’m trying out four recipes: Pork buns (baozi), scallion pancakes (congyoubing), biang biang noodles, and brown sugar buns (tangsanjiao). If you want to find out how they ranked on my list of best to worst, keep reading!



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