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What's up with that Jianbin?

What's up with that Jianbin?

New Yorkers' appetite for regional Chinese cuisine has only grown since the jianbing first made a splash in the food scene a couple years ago. The crepe-like dish, usually eaten for breakfast, is a combination of savory, umami flavors paired with crisp textures. It's so unlike anything else served at Americanized Chinese takeout restaurants.

As reported on the FOOD REPUBLIC website - EAT MORE

Last modified onFriday, 23 February 2018 05:21
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