Pearl Balls

Zhenzhu Rouyuan

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By Ellen Schrecker

Published 1976

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Flavor: Mild and Gingery — Meal: Almost in Advance, Steamed

Mrs. Chiang considers this a dish for company. It contains no exotic ingredients and is not hard to make, but some of the steps in its preparation take a long time. They do not, however, require much effort, and most of the work can be done in advance. What you end up with is a dish of delicately flavored steamed meatballs, each one: covered with a pearly coating of glutinous rice.

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