Chinese Toffee Apples

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Ken Hom's Vegetarian Cookery

By Ken Hom

Published 1995

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There are many versions of this well-known Chinese dessert. I like this one, which I learned in Hong Kong, because it is easy to make. Instead of having to prepare a batter, the apples are simply rolled in cornflour. Some dexterity is required, but that will come with practice, and these apples are so good you will find yourself practising a great deal. I would suggest making it for family consumption a few times before trying it for special guests.