Zhejiang Cuisine-Spring Rolls

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 Traditional Zhejiang spring rolls or Ma yue jie is another one of my comfort foods. Since the spring rolls require at least 6 dishes, its presence is rare and often only on special occasions or during Ching Ming. I can’t even remember the last time I had them. Luckily, my mom’s friend is the sweetest and wanted to give us a special treat. One bite and it brings back great childhood memories of family and celebration.

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Saute Pork with Onions

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Shredded Carrots with Shrimp

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Bamboo with shredded carrots, pork and fish ball

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Shredded Scrambled Eggs

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Pork with Beancurd

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Saute Bean Sprouts with Chinese Celery

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Saute Rice Noodles with mushrooms and onions

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Store bought flour sheets

Unlike Taiwanese spring rolls which tend to be sweet due to the addition of peanut sugar, the Dachen variety is loaded with veggies and is more bland or natural in taste.

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