Spam (madbodger) wrote,

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Anyone read Chinese?

I found another brand of frozen scallion pancakes at the international grocery in Sterling and bought some. However, the cooking instructions are in Chinese (except for a couple of Arabic digits here and there). I'm guessing something along the lines of "fry in oil 1-2 minutes", but I'd be curious as to what it really says. The ingredient list is amusing too, as it was apparently translated into French and English, as it lists both "seasoning" and "assaisonnement". It would take me quite a while to key in the kanji even with kotoeri (and if I bothered to do that, I could just try machine translation anyway), so it's just a pic of the text on the package.


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