Nasi Lemak Lover: Homemade Candy Haws (Tanghulu) 冰糖葫芦

I have never eaten the real Candy Haws(Tanhulu)冰糖葫芦 (A snack food popular in China that is made from sugar coated haws, yam or other frui.

Tanghulu (Candied Fruit on a Stick) 糖葫芦 - YouTube

A Chinese street vendor cooks and sells candied fruit on a stick - Tanghulu (糖葫芦). I'm in Shandong, China eating a local specialty: Tanghulu. In this video I.

Tanghulu - Brochette de fruits enrobée au sirop de sucre

Tanghulu - Brochette de fruits enrobée au sirop de sucre

Thumbs up if you have eaten these delicious candied fruit-on-a-stick in Hangzhou, also known as Tanghulu! #hangzhou #china #dish #culture #asia #travel #explore #food #candy

Thumbs up if you have eaten these delicious candied fruit-on-a-stick in Hangzhou, also known as Tanghulu!

#Tanghulu in China

Candied Apples Around the World

Explore China's 12 must-try street foods, ranging from the comfortably familiar to the deliciously exotic.

Tanghulu(calebasse bonbon), constitué de fruits sucrés par glaçage et vendu en brochettes.

Tanghulu(calebasse bonbon), constitué de fruits sucrés par glaçage et vendu en brochettes.

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Explore China's 12 must-try street foods, ranging from the comfortably familiar to the deliciously exotic.

"Tanghulu" -A new "treat" for me to try!  Sugar glazed fruit other than apples!  Tanghulu by itchydogimages - 1.5 million views. Woohoo!!, via Flickr - image only

"Tanghulu" -A new "treat" for me to try! Sugar glazed fruit other than apples! Tanghulu by itchydogimages - 1.5 million views. Woohoo!!, via Flickr - image only

Miss Mochi's Adventures: Strawberry Bing Tanghulu (冰糖葫芦)

I mentioned in my 626 night market post that I had tried a street sweet from China that I was dying to share with you all, bing tanghulu (冰.

Tanghulu (simplified Chinese: 糖葫芦; pinyin: tánghúlu) also called bingtanghulu, is a traditional Chinese snack of candied fruit.It originated from northern China, but it is now commonly available in most Chinese cities, such as Beijing,Tianjin, Shanghai. It consists of fruits covered in hard candy on bamboo skewers that are approximately 20cm long.

Tanghulu (simplified Chinese: 糖葫芦; pinyin: tánghúlu) also called bingtanghulu, is a traditional Chinese snack of candied fruit.It originated from northern China, but it is now commonly available in most Chinese cities, such as Beijing,Tianjin, Shanghai. It consists of fruits covered in hard candy on bamboo skewers that are approximately 20cm long.

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