Zhimaqiu are "Sesame Balls". They are fried rice balls stuffed with a sweet filling, usually red bean paste or lotus paste and covered in sesame seeds. This is popular northeastern Chinese snack and still very popular in Beijing. They are best served warm.

Sesame Balls are also available in many Chinese stores in the Philippines, but with a different name.

Related Articles

Jian dui ■■■■■■■■■■
Jian dui also known as Sesame seed ball is a variety of dim sum that is traditionally made for and serve . . . Read More
Daifuku ■■■■■■■■■
Daifuku is a popular Japanese sweet consisting of a small round mochi (glutinous rice cake) stuffed with . . . Read More
Bao ■■■■■■■
Bao is a Chinese word for abalone. Bao also refer to sweet or savory steamed buns which are popular among . . . Read More
Tupig ■■■■■■■
Tupig is a kind of wrapped rice sweet snack from the Ilocos Region of the Philippines which is made from . . . Read More
Manapua ■■■■■■■
Manapua refers to one of Hawaii's popular snacks. Manapua is a steamed bun filled with Chinese barbecued . . . Read More
Chiao-tzu ■■■■■■
Chiao-tzu simply refers to dumplings which is among the most popular Peking foods all over China. It . . . Read More
Yam Cha ■■■■■■
Yam Cha is a Chinese local name for famously known dim sum which are famous Cantonese snacks. These are . . . Read More
Carioca ■■■■■■
Carioca refers to a Filipino snack made of ground rice which are formed into ball shape, flattened then . . . Read More
Jiǎozi / Jiaozi ■■■■■■
Jiǎozi / Jiaozi: Ji?ozi / Jiaozi : Ji?ozi / Jiaozi : Ji?ozi / Jiaozi refer to China's dumplings which . . . Read More
Tinabal ■■■■■■
Tinabal refers to a Visayan salted/fermented fishone of the fermented fish products that is popular in . . . Read More