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Vegetable spring roll

Spring roll, also known as spring cake, spring plate, pancake. It is a traditional food in Chinese folk festivals, popular all over China, especially in Jiangnan and other places. In south China, Spring rolls and sesame dumplings are eaten instead of dumplings during the Spring Festival. And in Zhangzhou area Qingming Festival also eat spring rolls, folk in addition to their own food, often used for guests. Spring roll has a long history, evolved from the ancient spring cake.

Roast duck cake

Take an appropriate amount of flour (fine powder can be) with boiling water into a snowflake shape, add a little cold water and dough, knead into a smooth dough, cover the plastic wrap and wake up for 20 minutes (15 minutes can be proved in practice).

Sesame ball

Take another container, pour the fried sesame, put the fried sesame ball into the sesame can be covered.

Lotus leaf cake

Lotus leaf cake is a characteristic traditional pasta in Chengde City, Hebei province. The cake is as thin as paper, soft and white. It is elastic to chew. When eating, it is rolled with scallion and sauce. Fried chicken or shredded roast duck wrapped in lotus leaf cake is also served at the feast, supplemented with sweet soy sauce and scallions.


Samosa, also known as curry bun, is a popular snack in Southeast Asia, including Singapore, Malaysia and Thailand. It is a food made of thin dough rolled with fillings in the shape of a triangle and then fried. The food containing ground beef is called curry beef horn.

Rice dumplings

Zongzi, steamed glutinous rice wrapped in reed leaves, is one of the traditional Chinese festival foods. As one of the traditional foods with the deepest historical and cultural accumulation in China, zongzi has spread far and wide. The custom of Zongzi during the Dragon Boat Festival has been popular in China for thousands of years and even spread to East Asian countries. 

Steamed twisted roll

Huarao is a kind of ancient Chinese pasta similar to baozi and steamed buns. As a classic home staple, it can be made into a variety of flavors, such as salt and pepper, sesame paste, and scallion oil. Nutritious, delicious, simple. The noodles are made into thin slices, mixed with ingredients and rolled into hemispheres, steamed.

Money bag

The 'golden treasure bag' is both gold, jewelry, and money bag. The meaning of vegetables is also a symbol of wealth and wealth accumulation. The appearance of the dish is designed as a small golden bag, which contains five different colored ingredients. Metaphorized as various colors of gold, silver, and jewelry. After the outer skin of Yuzi tofu is fried and hardened, the inner filling is taken out, and the stir fried mixed ingredients are filled. The bag mouth is tied with hot and soft leeks. Extended to a money bag filled with gold, silver, and treasures.

Piglet bag

Dousha Bao, also known as Dourong Bao, is a wheat bun filled with red bean paste, which originated from Beijing and Tianjin as a traditional snack. The practice of bean paste filling is to remove the skin of red beans, break them and boil them, add sugar, and then fry them in oil. Put the filling into a dough dough made of wheat noodles and cornflour and steam it in a steamer.

Fried combination

Fried food is one of the traditional food in China, which produces polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons after frying. [1] No matter it is fried twist, fried spring rolls, fried croquettes, fried dough sticks, fried pancakes and noodles for breakfast every day, French fries, fried bread, fried chicken wings in foreign fast food that children like to eat, potato chips and fried biscuits in snacks, they are all fried food.

Rabbit bag

Put all the ingredients except the butter and hot dogs (egg mixture 20g) in the inner bucket of the bread maker. Knead until the dough is smooth and can pull out a thick film. Add the butter

Fried shrimp balls

Shrimp is rich in nutrition, and its meat is soft and easy to digest. It is excellent food for people who are weak and need recuperation after illness.
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