Ti Kuih or Nian Gao is a must have during Chinese New Year. I'm sharing the traditional way of making this sweet sticky rice cake.
Ginger 'Nian Gao' aka Ginger Mochi Cannelés
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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Baked Nian Gao for Chinese New Year celebration.
Tangerine curd and honey sponge cake for Chinese New Year!