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Chinese Sweet Biscuits

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One of my favorite things to eat at our local Chinese restaurant is the Chinese Sweet Biscuits that they have. After studying them for a few visits, I figured out that they are nothing more than biscuit dough that has been rolled up and fried and then rolled in sugar. SUPER easy and will be a wonderful compliment to any Chinese meal! I knew this was a recipe that I could make at home.

Sweet Biscuits


Chinese Sweet Biscuits

Chinese Sweet Biscuits


  • 1 can of biscuits
  • oil for frying
  • sugar for rolling.


  1. Unroll the package of bicuits and cut each in half. Roll each half into a ball.
  2. Heat your oil to medium high.
  3. Place five biscuits in the oil at a time and let them brown on all side. Once they have browned, Pull them out and place them on a paper towel for a second or two and then roll them in the sugar.

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Here is how to make a complete Chinese meal!

I have shared all my Chinese recipes with you so far. If you put them all together, you will have a wonderful Chinese take out meal without the high end take out price!


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What about you? Do you have any authentic Chinese recipes? I would LOVE to try them!



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Lisa @ Sweet as Sugar Cookies

Thursday 2nd of June 2011

Now THAT is easy. Great recipe. Thanks for linking this up to Sweets for a Saturday. Feel free to join the party again anytime.

Katie @ This Chick Cooks

Wednesday 1st of June 2011

I bet that is good! Biscuits fried and dipped in sugar sounds like it would be heavenly. I'd love to have some now. I'd love for you to stop in and show off your recipe today at These Chicks Cooked Recipe Spotlight. Have a blessed day :) Katie

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