Thursday, February 16, 2017

Fried Nian Gao


I bought the above Nian Gao before Chinese New Year at Chinatown, they have Factory made and Homemade, I chose the Homemade and it cost me $5.50.


The guy selling me taught me, if I do not want to cook and want to keep for sometimes, cut into piece and keep in the fridge.  I coat it with a beaten egg with some flour.  I accidentally pour out too much flour and also I didn't watch the fire, it was a bit burnt.

18 comments:

  1. I love nian gao! The fresh one is nice eaten with grated coconut

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  2. You could try again. That is how I usually do with my nian gao like how my mum taught me. Just flour and egg. But this year I did not buy any. ^^

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    1. Still have half in the fridge, have to wait when I have the right mood and not lazy, then do it, hehe...

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  3. My favorite! I prefer those with yam and sweet potato!!

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    1. My favourite too, sometimes, when I saw stalls selling 3-in-1 nian gao, I will buy and eat, hehe...

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  4. None for me, thank you. That is why I never buy every year. I do like it a little better fried with egg but still, not my favourite.

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  5. My favorite too.... just brought 2 sweet potatoes for frying for them over the weekend. Happy weekend

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    1. Look forward to see your's after you fry them...

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  6. I love nian gao but I didn't buy any this year. Nian gao is very expensive.

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  7. Or you can turn them into bricks and attach to your wall. That's what they do according to the legend, isn't it? :P

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  8. I love nian gao. I like it with egg, popiah, sweet potatoes, bread ..anythinglah, I guess ..haha!

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    1. I loves nian gao too, I prefer original, hehe...

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