Halal Street Food Journey To Islamic China | Xinjiang HUGE CHICKEN PLATE on the Chinese Silk Road

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Halal Street Food in China is some of the best Islamic Chinese Street Food I’ve tasted, ( like delicious noodles and kebabs) , and this is just the beginning of our Journey n the Chinese Silk road!

We made our way to Turpan, in China’s Xinjiang province, for the beginning of our Silk Road tour, all the way from Chengdu, and found a whole new world awaiting us. You can feast for days on new street food specialties all from the Uighur people and Hui People in China’s northwest. In the past month, we flew from Guangzhou, where we filmed amazing Cantonese street food specialties near Hong Kong, all the way to Chengdu. Then, we spent a week exploring and eating delicious Sichuan cuisine and made a video about “Szechuan sauce” in a local farmers market. We then took the train to Xining, a city with a large Hui Chinese population, and enjoyed some delicious Hui Halal Street food. Unfortunately, the street food videos from Xining may not be retreived, we will have to wait and see.

After Xining, we took the high speed train to Turpan, which is where we currently are enjoying Uighur street food. We are going to continue the silk road journey through the southern Taklamakan desert route all the way to Kashgar! Please stay tuned because there are a lot of delicious street food videos coming your way!

ABOUT THE FOOD RANGER
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My name is Trevor James and I’m a hungry traveler and Mandarin learner that’s currently living in Chengdu, Szechuan, China, eating up as much delicious Chinese food as I can.

I enjoy tasting and documenting as many dishes as I can and I’m going to make videos for YOU along the way! Over the next few years, I’m going to travel around the world and document as much food as I can for you! I love delicious food! This channel will show you real Chinese food and real local food, not that stuff they serve in the Buzzfeed challenge.

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49 thoughts on “Halal Street Food Journey To Islamic China | Xinjiang HUGE CHICKEN PLATE on the Chinese Silk Road”

  1. This video is helping me break out of this introverted flesh prison; let alone watch tasty food. m/ More Power, Trevor!

  2. "Islamic China" is not a very proper word to use, there is only China in the world, which is the P. R. China. China is a secular state, certain group of people do choose to live closely because of their religions. But if you are choosing this specific phrase to attract viewer, what can I say. Surly I didn't see you have ever used this term on any Chinese social media.

  3. you should come bangladesh for once and try the nanna biriany and so much traditional food of old dhaka. If you come in ramadan you can also try the chock bazar iftari that has the best reputation over bangladesh..and bangladesh also famous for the fruit,s so chose summer for bangladesh. thank you

  4. Love the intro of good food, but forgive me saying this; you are way too overly friendly for the Chinese to a point being kinda weird.

  5. I eat 1 slice of a Jalapeno pepper on some crappy nachos, and I spend all night on the toilet. How do you eat such spicy food and avoid similar reactions?

  6. That's attractive man. Hope I can pay a visit to Xinjiang some day. Btw just a small advice maybe someday in the future you can also take a journey to Hexi Corridor. It's on the Silk Road as well. Basically there are five cities: Wuwei, Zhangye, Jiuquan (Jiayuguan) and Dunhuang. They are all in Gansu province and ancient cities originated from Han dynasty. There are also diverse cuisines and snacks.

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