Wandouhuang is a "Pea Flour Cake" that is prepared with white peas. Pea flour cake is a typical snack in spring.

Pea flour cakes, together with kidney bean cakes and small corn buns were well-known imperial snacks in ancient China.
Other definition:
Wandouhuang refers to peaflour cake, one of the light snacks coming from Beijing, China

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