San Juk Guen which is also known as Bean curd skin rolls are very thin wrapper made of dried bean curd, rolled around a meat filling into a cylindrical shape. The roll is deep-fried, and then steamed, which gives it a characteristic, wrinkled appearance. San Juk Guen is a variety of dim sum

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