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Wan'er cake takes its name from its resemblance to a little bowl and an ear ('er').
Guiyang, capital of Guizhou province, is known as a flavor museum with numerous delicacies.
A recent documentary released on Tencent's video platform, featuring local snacks of Guiyang, capital of Guizhou province, shows people's preference for sour and spicy flavors reflecting a regional culture rooted in the mountains with frequent rain.
The beancurd is cut three cm long and 0.5 cm thick, then baked on a barbed wire above a sawdust-burning brazier after being soaked in marinade.
Rice noodles are one of the most popular breakfasts in Guiyang, capital of Southwest China's Guizhou province. They come in different shapes and are served with a variety of sides. They are especially suitable for breakfast on a cold winter morning. Let's take a look!
The snack gets the name from the similarity to a newborn infant wrapped in silk, but, in this case, the swaddling clothes are a rice flour pancake as thin as a piece of paper.
Lei's tofu pellets are said to be created by a Guiyang woman named Lei Sanniang seven decades ago.
The noodles with pig intestine and blood curds are one of the main household snacks of Han ethnic group in Guiyang, Guizhou rovince.
Guiyang rice noodles are a traditional local snack with the ingredients of rice noodles, fried peanuts, shallots, ginger, garlic, chili oil, salt, sesame oil, soy sauce, gourmet powder, rose-flavored salted turnip, and pickled radish.
This food contains glutinous rice cake in porridge. The rice cake is made of 70 percent coarse glutinous rice and 30 percent sticky rice mixed with sugar and steam in a steamer.