Hong Kong Street Snacks - Steamed Cheung Fun

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Hong Kong Street Snacks - Steamed Cheung Fun

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Snacking in Hong Kong is a diverse business, with everything from slush drinks and egg tarts to octopus balls available on the streets. Graze your way around the city for a really local experience. Just look out for the long lines of customers and you’ll be onto a good thing! **Cheung fun** Loved for its smooth texture and distinct al dente chew, cheung fun is made by rolling steamed rice noodle sheets into bundles, then chopping them into two-bite pieces. Unlike the type served at dim sum restaurants, the streetside variety usually comes without fillings. It’s relatively bland on its own, which is why it’s eaten with a healthy dousing of sauces (sweet, peanut, chilli and soy) and sesame seeds. Product Size : 9x5x8cm (LxWxH) Packing Size : 10.5x6x9.5cm Designed in Hong Kong , Made in Taiwan 3D printing + handicraft making Contains small parts is not suitable for children under 3 years old Photos and real products are slightly different

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Whether you’ve traveled to Hong Kong, are thinking about going, or maybe even if you are from there, there are certain snacks everyone knows and loves. As locals say, “When in Hong Kong, eat as the Hong Kongers do.” And there is just no better way of doing that than by sampling their years-old, classic, and absolutely appetizing street fare.

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