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This is a part, but counterclockwise from the lower right, coconut pudding, brown sugar banana cake, egg tart, lychee mousse, marla kao.

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Marla Khao

Marla Khao(Chinese: Cantonese Sponge, OrChinese: Cantonese Sponge) IsPeople's Republic of ChinaTraditional dim sum. "Chinese steamed castella"[1]Also called "Chinese-style steamed castella" or "Malaysian-style castella".


一般 的 なSteamed breadIn addition to the materials used forlardIs characteristically used[1][2].

Regarding the birthplace, there are the theory that the Cantonese region of the People's Republic of China and Malaysia, but the theory that Malaysia is predominant.[1].

In Chinese, Mahler means Malaysia and Khao means cake, which was introduced to Japan from China during the Edo period.[1].

It is also loved as dim sum in the People's Republic of China, and is also offered at food stalls in Taiwan and dim sum in Hong Kong.[2].

Origin of the name

There are various theories such as "because it is a confectionery that came from Malaysia" and "because it has a deep color and resembles a Malaysian".[2][1].


  1. ^ a b c d e "Oil research 11". Food laboratory. Food laboratory. 2020/9/20Browse.
  2. ^ a b c "Easy and delicious!What is Chinese steamed bread Marla Khao?". Sprinkle with olive oilDelight Creation (June 2019, 6). 2020/9/20Browse.

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