Mi san dao (蜜三刀; literally "three cuts of honey") is a fried cake glazed in malt sugar and is a traditional dish of Xuzhou cuisine.

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  • Mi san dao (蜜三刀; literally "three cuts of honey") is a fried cake glazed in malt sugar and is a traditional dish of Xuzhou cuisine. (en)
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  • Flour,baking soda,vegetable oil,maltose
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  • Mi san dao (蜜三刀; literally "three cuts of honey") is a fried cake glazed in malt sugar and is a traditional dish of Xuzhou cuisine. (en)
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  • Mi san dao (en)
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