Nian Gao Sticky Cakes recipe

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Nian gao or ‘sticky cake’ is eaten at Chinese New Year for good luck. When cooked, the cake has a similar consistency to Japanese mochi balls, and then after pan-frying in egg it transforms into the most delicious eggy ‘br

Nian gao or ‘sticky cake’ is eaten at Chinese New Year for good luck. When cooked, the cake has a similar consistency to Japanese mochi balls, and then after pan-frying in egg it transforms into the most delicious eggy ‘br

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