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Top 10 weirdest foods in campus canteens in China [Copy link] 中文

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Food has always been a hot topic among university students as they stand in the queue to get their meals in campus canteens with strong expectations. But, sometimes, they are just confounded by the dishes produced by the feverish imagination of the chefs.

Top 10: Frying fruits with meat


What would emerge from frying fruits with meat? The chef from Chongqing University has made it an innovative fad. But can the palates of the students adapt to the taste?


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Top 9: Fried crackers with peppers

It is unbelievable that a snack would become an ingredient in cooking a dish. Here it is, though - fried crackers with peppers.


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Top 8: Fried mooncake and pepper

The food inside the tray was made of fried mooncake and pepper.


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Top 7: Fried corn with grapes

It must taste sweet and sour.


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Top 6: Egg with tomatoes

Another style of egg with tomatoes, though, this time the egg is boiled instead of being stir fried.


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Top 5: King’s doughnut

Although the pastry is named the King’s doughnut, it’s doubtful any king would be pleased to have such a clumsy cook.


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Top 4: Fried banana pastry

Wrapping a peeled banana in dough and frying it, the cook is making a unique dessert.


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