A traditional Chinese New Year dessert called nian gao (or sticky cake) is a steamed rice-flour cake. In this version, I leave the rice whole and make a sticky coconut rice “cake” with a ginger-orange I include oranges because guests usually bring a basket of oranges to the hosts’ home to wish them good luck in the new year.
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