WHITE RICE CAKES SERAVI 400G
Nian Gao is normally eaten for Chinese New Year, as it signifies good fortune for the coming year. “Nian” means year and “gao” means high — translating loosely to “every year, may you reach higher and higher.”
Nian Gao can also mean sticky rice cakes that are fried in egg or fried with sugar. It’s used for savory or sweet dishes.