Chinese almond biscuit Macau Koi Kei Bakery Almond Biscuits 2.JPG Alternative names	Almond cake almond cookie Type	Biscuit Place of origin	China Region or state	Canton Province Main ingredients	Ground almonds  Cookbook: Chinese almond biscuit   Media: Chinese almond biscuit A Chinese almond biscuit (or cookie) is a type of Chinese pastry that is made with ground almonds. The biscuit is one of the most standard pastries in Canton, Hong Kong, Macau, and in some overseas Chinese bakeries.[2]…

Chinese almond biscuit Macau Koi Kei Bakery Almond Biscuits 2.JPG Alternative names Almond cake almond cookie Type Biscuit Place of origin China Region or state Canton Province Main ingredients Ground almonds Cookbook: Chinese almond biscuit Media: Chinese almond biscuit A Chinese almond biscuit (or cookie) is a type of Chinese pastry that is made with ground almonds. The biscuit is one of the most standard pastries in Canton, Hong Kong, Macau, and in some overseas Chinese bakeries.[2]…

Chopsuey, is a dish in American Chinese Cuisine and other forms of overseas Chinese Cuisine consisting of meat and eggs cooked in a variety of sauces. funfoodfrolic.com

Sweet and Sour Chopsuey

Chopsuey, is a dish in American Chinese Cuisine and other forms of overseas Chinese Cuisine consisting of meat and eggs cooked in a variety of sauces. funfoodfrolic.com

Red bean paste flavored banana cake Banana roll or banana cake is a common Chinese pastry found in Hong Kong, and may occasionally be found in some overseas Chinatowns. The pastry is soft and made with glutinous rice.[1] Ingredients may vary depending on location. Each roll or cake is a banana oil flavored circular tube or flat object, slightly bigger than an adult sized index finger, thus resembling banana. Sometimes it may have a cinnamon swirl filling. At other times it may have a filling…

Red bean paste flavored banana cake Banana roll or banana cake is a common Chinese pastry found in Hong Kong, and may occasionally be found in some overseas Chinatowns. The pastry is soft and made with glutinous rice.[1] Ingredients may vary depending on location. Each roll or cake is a banana oil flavored circular tube or flat object, slightly bigger than an adult sized index finger, thus resembling banana. Sometimes it may have a cinnamon swirl filling. At other times it may have a filling…

A lotus seed bun is a Chinese sweet bun found in China. They're prepared by steaming a yeast-leavened dough that contains lotus seed paste.[1] It can be classified as a dim sum, though not exclusively so. They're sometimes available in overseas Chinatowns.

A lotus seed bun is a Chinese sweet bun found in China. They're prepared by steaming a yeast-leavened dough that contains lotus seed paste.[1] It can be classified as a dim sum, though not exclusively so. They're sometimes available in overseas Chinatowns.

White sugar sponge cake (also called white sugar cake and white sugar pastry) is a type of Chinese pastry. It is one of the most common pastries in Hong Kong. Overseas, however, it is much more rare in Chinatown bakery shops.  It is made from rice flour, white sugar, water, and a leavening agent.[1]  While it is called a "cake", it is not served as a circular round cake. It is usually purchased as an individual square piece or a mini triangle. The cake is white in color. The consistency is…

White sugar sponge cake (also called white sugar cake and white sugar pastry) is a type of Chinese pastry. It is one of the most common pastries in Hong Kong. Overseas, however, it is much more rare in Chinatown bakery shops. It is made from rice flour, white sugar, water, and a leavening agent.[1] While it is called a "cake", it is not served as a circular round cake. It is usually purchased as an individual square piece or a mini triangle. The cake is white in color. The consistency is…

Shanghai Fried Noodles - Want a light and healthy meal? Here comes this classic Shanghai fried noodles that can be easily found in most Shanghai restaurants in Hong Kong. That said, this dish was not originated from Shanghai and you can’t find it anywhere there according to this Chinese article, but quite popular in Hong Kong and overseas Chinese restaurants. This dish was turned from the original greasy shanghai fried noodles (兩面黃炒麵) by Hong Kong people into their own version with less oil.

Shanghai Fried Noodles

Shanghai Fried Noodles - Want a light and healthy meal? Here comes this classic Shanghai fried noodles that can be easily found in most Shanghai restaurants in Hong Kong. That said, this dish was not originated from Shanghai and you can’t find it anywhere there according to this Chinese article, but quite popular in Hong Kong and overseas Chinese restaurants. This dish was turned from the original greasy shanghai fried noodles (兩面黃炒麵) by Hong Kong people into their own version with less oil.

Chinese Authentic Hot and Sour Soup (酸辣汤) - Omnivore's Cookbook - Hot and sour soup is a very popular dish, whether in China or at overseas Chinese restaurants. The soup has an appetizing sour and spicy flavor and contains various vegetables, eggs and meats. Although it’s a nice soothing winter soup that will warm you up immediately, I really enjoy eating it throughout the year.

Authentic Hot and Sour Soup

Chinese Authentic Hot and Sour Soup (酸辣汤) - Omnivore's Cookbook - Hot and sour soup is a very popular dish, whether in China or at overseas Chinese restaurants. The soup has an appetizing sour and spicy flavor and contains various vegetables, eggs and meats. Although it’s a nice soothing winter soup that will warm you up immediately, I really enjoy eating it throughout the year.

Marry girl cake or dowry cake is a traditional Chinese pastry that was once a ceremonial cake used as wedding gifts in the traditional Chinese wedding ceremony, hence the name. Today, this cake is known more as a classic Chinese pastry rather than a wedding gift because it has lost most of its original significance due to cultural change. It can be found in Hong Kong and in some Chinatowns overseas.

Marry girl cake or dowry cake is a traditional Chinese pastry that was once a ceremonial cake used as wedding gifts in the traditional Chinese wedding ceremony, hence the name. Today, this cake is known more as a classic Chinese pastry rather than a wedding gift because it has lost most of its original significance due to cultural change. It can be found in Hong Kong and in some Chinatowns overseas.

LO BAK GO aka LO BAK GOU aka TURNIP CAKE aka RADISH CAKE [China, Regional South] [thewoksoflife]

Turnip Cake (Lo Bak Go)

LO BAK GO aka LO BAK GOU aka TURNIP CAKE aka RADISH CAKE [China, Regional South] [thewoksoflife]

Nuomici is a type of Chinese pastry. It is one of the most standard pastries in Hong Kong. It can also be found in most Chinatown bakery shops overseas. It is also referred to as glutinous rice dumpling.  The glutinous rice ball can be dusted with dried coconut on the outside. [1] The outer layer is made of a rice flour dough and the inside is typically filled with a sweet filling. The most common fillings are sugar with coconut and crumbled peanuts, red bean paste, and black sesame seed…

Nuomici is a type of Chinese pastry. It is one of the most standard pastries in Hong Kong. It can also be found in most Chinatown bakery shops overseas. It is also referred to as glutinous rice dumpling. The glutinous rice ball can be dusted with dried coconut on the outside. [1] The outer layer is made of a rice flour dough and the inside is typically filled with a sweet filling. The most common fillings are sugar with coconut and crumbled peanuts, red bean paste, and black sesame seed…

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