It's mooncake festival soon! Mooncakes are usually eaten during this season (中秋節), where they…
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These traditional mooncake biscuits used to be my childhood treat!
As a child, I love the mid-autumn festival, simply because we get to eat different types of mooncakes! In the past, mooncakes were not as fanciful as what we see now. Even just these mooncake biscuits are really a treat for us kids!
These little pastries usually come in the form of little piglets in small plastic piggy cages. For this recipe, I made them using my bento rice tool, because my toddler love cute stuff like this!
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Why are these called mooncake biscuits? Probably because there is no filling in them! Traditional and snowskin mooncakes feature pastry skin wrapped around sweet bean paste, though.
Do you love eating these too?