As described by Wikipedia, Zong Zi  is a traditional Chinese food, made of glutinous rice stuffed with different fillings and wrapped in bamboo,reed, or other large flat leaves. They are cooked by steaming or boiling. To us Hokkiens, we call the Zong Zi with meat filling “Bak Chang” and those without fillings as “Kee Chang”.

My favourite Bak Chang is not only filled with meat but also mashed yam which gives it a sweet and salty taste. They are so easily available these days that I have resort to buying them. So, since it was Dragon Boat Festival two days ago, can’t help but to take a few pics of the Bak Chang and Kee Chang.

Bak Chang

Behind the Bak Chang is an unwrapped Kee Chang

 

Bak Chang unwrapped ~ Yummy filling

 

Comments are closed.

Recent Recipes

Chocolate Cupcake Recipe

Posted on Nov - 13 - 2012

0 Comment

Crepe Recipe

Posted on Sep - 29 - 2012

0 Comment

Easy To Make Hawaiian...

Posted on Sep - 18 - 2012

0 Comment

Peppermint Stick Scone

Posted on Apr - 4 - 2012

0 Comment

Recent posts

Excellent dishes you can...

Posted on Feb - 21 - 2016

Comments Off on Excellent dishes you can make with paprika

Dairy Alternatives For The...

Posted on Nov - 18 - 2015

Comments Off on Dairy Alternatives For The Vegan Guest

Black Bottom Cupcakes

Posted on May - 11 - 2015

Comments Off on Black Bottom Cupcakes

Onion Quiche Recipe

Posted on May - 5 - 2015

Comments Off on Onion Quiche Recipe

Friends

  • Parent Reviewers
  • Affiliate Banner
  • Beautiful Wedding Memories
  • APMA12 Coupon Code / Book Depository