Typical Beijing snacks: Douzhi (mung bean milk), Jiaoquan (crisply fried ring of dough), Aiwowo (steamed cone-shaped cake made of glutinous rice or millet with sweet filling), Chatang (paste or custard made of millet or sorghum flour), Ludagun (pastry made of steamed glutinous millet flour or soy bean flour mixed with sugar), sweet baked cakes, pea flour cakes, walnut cakes, small corn buns, eight-treasure rice, fried cakes made of glutinous rice flour, etc.
Wandouhuang (Pea Flour Cake)
Aiwowo (Steamed Cone-shaped Cake)
Steamed cone-shaped cakes made of glutinous rice or millet with sweet filling firU appeared in the Yuan Dynasty, and were well received by the imperial families in the Ming, Dynasty. Now it is one of Beijing's snacks loved by local people.
Douzhi (Mung bean Milk)
Youcha (Sweetened Fried Flour Gruel)
Ludagun (Pastry Made of Soy Bean Flour)
As one of the ancient snacks of Beijing, Ludagun is mainly made of soy bean flour mixed with sugar. It is a popular snack in Beijing.
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