Course Dim sum, breakfast
Place of origin Guangdong, China
Region or state Guangdong province, China, Hong Kong, Taiwan
Main ingredients rice noodle roll, youtiao
Cookbook: Zhaliang  Media: Zhaliang
Traditional Chinese 炸兩
Simplified Chinese 炸两
Cantonese Yale ja léuhng
Cantonese Jyutping zaa3 loeng5
Hanyu Pinyin zháliǎng
Literal meaning fried twice

Zhaliang (炸兩) is a Cantonese dim sum. It is made by tightly wrapping rice noodle roll around youtiao (fried dough).[1]

It is often served doused in soy sauce, hoisin sauce or sesame paste and sprinkled with sesame seeds. It is usually eaten with soy milk or congee.

See also


  1. "Gallery: The Serious Eats Guide to Dim Sum: Serious Eats". Derious Eats. Retrieved 4 October 2016.

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