The place to ask China-related questions!
Beijing Shanghai Guangzhou Shenzhen Chengdu Xi'an Hangzhou Qingdao Dalian Suzhou Nanjing More Cities>>

Categories

Close
Welcome to eChinacities Answers! Please or register if you wish to join conversations or ask questions relating to life in China. For help, click here.

By continuing you agree to eChinacities's Privacy Policy .

Sign up with Google Sign up with Facebook
Sign up with Email Already have an account? .
Posts: 112

Governor

0
0
You must be a registered user to vote!
You must be a registered user to vote!
0

Q: What's the deal on those giant rice crispie-type cakes that the Uighur sell?

I'm sure it isn't rice crispie, but it looks like it. It's also covered in dried fruit and nuts. Anyone tried it, any good? I'm too scared to find out for myself.

8 years 16 weeks ago in  Food  - Other cities

 
Answers (4)
Comments (2)
Posts: 4400

Emperor

0
0
You must be a registered user to vote!
You must be a registered user to vote!
0

  They're not bad. Kind of thing you eat for a minute, then spend the next five picking your teeth. PS: What the Hell's an Uighur? Aren't they those big buggers out of Lord of the Rings?

Report Abuse
8 years 16 weeks ago
 
Posts: 2592

Emperor

0
0
You must be a registered user to vote!
You must be a registered user to vote!
0

Almost like the infamous fruitcake, but tastes better in my opinion.  It's chewy as hell and like Martian wrote, it sticks in your teeth like crazy, but I rather like it.

 

Report Abuse
8 years 16 weeks ago
 
Posts: 4

Governor

0
0
You must be a registered user to vote!
You must be a registered user to vote!
0

You mean "shaqima- 沙奇马“?

 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sachima

 

Yeah they are ok, but mostly are deep fried.  Not really a better substitute to good old rice crispy squares.  I'd enjoy a nice rice crispy square right now (but I can't).

Report Abuse
8 years 16 weeks ago
 
0
0
You must be a registered user to vote!
You must be a registered user to vote!
0

Afraid to try, come on you're in China just buy one (they're really cheap) and take a bite. If you don't like it just bin it or give it to a homeless person!

Report Abuse
8 years 16 weeks ago
 
Know the answer ?
Please or register to post answer.

Report Abuse

Security Code: * Enter the text diplayed in the box below
Image CAPTCHA
Enter the characters shown in the image.
  • Allowed HTML tags: <a> <em> <strong> <cite> <code> <ul> <ol> <li> <dl> <dt> <dd> <img> <br> <p> <u>
  • Web page addresses and e-mail addresses turn into links automatically.
  • Lines and paragraphs break automatically.
  • Textual smileys will be replaced with graphical ones.

More information about formatting options

Forward Question

Answer of the DayMORE >>
A: I'd say no, you don't need working permit to work for Chinese Co. remo
A:I'd say no, you don't need working permit to work for Chinese Co. remotely, i.e. by not residing in China.Best advice on that you'll get from your employer. https://www.china-briefing.com/news/china-foreigners-work-permit-application-and-renewal-recent-changes/ See this part: However, because a valid resident permit is one of the primary requirements for the renewal of a work permit, without a valid residence permit, expatriates stranded outside China may not be able to renew their work permits anymore. ... or in other words, if you don't reside in China, work permit is also not required. Some more details about Work visa requirements .. https://www.hongdaservice.com/blog/china-work-visa-requirements-what-you-may-not-know -- icnif77