Delicious skewers of traditional Chinese cuisine that can be enjoyed at any time of the day to delight your palate with taste and lightness. The Chuanr originate in Xinjiang province and, not surprisingly, have spread throughout the northern part of China, especially in cities such as Beijing, Tianjin and Jilin, where it is sold as a popular street food. Being originally a product of the Islamic Chinese cuisine, in the beginning it was used almost exclusively lamb or goat to the skewer, but in recent years have found also widely chuanr of chicken, pork, beef and different types of fish. In some districts of Beijing, you can also find chuanr meat of exotic animals such as birds, reptiles and insects. Generally, sellers used as a spice cumin seeds, dried red pepper flakes, salt and sesame seeds or sesame oil. As is the case for the products most delicious and well-known in the world, also Chuanr present variations: in Tianjin, for example, the chuanr are often served together with a small round loaf of bread which, after cooking, is cut in half and the flesh of chuanr is used as a filling, serving all in one course.