"Steamed milk in two films." This dessert may not have the most attractive name, but there's a reason it's the the most famous dish at Yee Shun Milk Company, a popular cha chaan teng chain in Hong Kong. The reason: it's so good you'll still be thinking about it months after you eat it. At least, that's what happened to me.
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Koala's March is one of my most favorite childhood snacks, but now that I'm old enough to look past the cute packaging, I've sadly realized that what's inside is kind of...not good. At least compared to the four other snacks I gathered for this taste test of Asian, chocolate-filled, bite-sized cookie snacks.
We've already tasted our way through Chinese hard candies, but what about the rest of the candy universe? Here we try out milk candy, dragon's beard candy, corn-flavored gummies, and much more.