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Pineapple cake

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Pineapple cake

Pineapple cake
Pineapple Cake
Alternative names Fengli Su, Pineapple Shortcake, Pineapple Pastry
Course Dessert
Place of origin Taiwan
Region or state Southeast Asia
Main ingredients Pastry (butter, egg yolk, sugar), Pineapple jam
  Media: Pineapple Cake

Pineapple cake (Chinese: 鳳梨酥; pinyin: fènglísū; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: ông-lâi-so͘王梨酥), contains butter, flour, egg, sugar, and pineapple jam. However, some bakers add or even substitute pineapple with winter melon to make the jam. Its crumbly, fragrant crust and the chewy, sweet fruit filling come together as an excellent companion for tea and other beverages.

Contents

  • Origins 1
  • Brands 2
  • See also 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5

Origins

Brands

Keelung:

  • Li Hu(李鵠)

Taipei:

Taichung:

  • Sunny Hills (微熱山丘)
  • Dawncake (日出)

Kuohsiung:

  • Jiu Zhen Nan (舊振南)

See also

References

  • Food Culture in Taiwan
  • Food Culture in Taiwan - Pineapple Cake, King of Edible Gifts

External links

  • Media related to Pineapple cake at Wikimedia Commons
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