Flowchart Example: How to Make Zongzi
A Brief Introduction to Zongzi
Zongzi are traditionally eaten during Dragon Boat Festival, which is held on the fifth day of the fifth lunar month. In southern China, many people make mung beans and pork zongzis instead of dumplings during Spring Festival.
Zongzis are often called "Chinese tamales" because they are wrapped in bamboo or reed leaves and thus resemble Western tamales. Inside the zongzi is glutinous rice and fillings. While the preparation, fillings, and even the shape vary between regions and families. This article shows you how to make mung beans and pork zongzi.
Fillings are usually savory, but there are many, many variations. The following are some typical zongzi fillings.
Flowchart Example: How to Make Mung Bean and Pork Zongzi
Main ingredients: glutinous rice, mung beans, pork, bamboo leaves and straw. Peeled mung beans are more delicious. Refer to the following flowchart to learn steps to make zongzi.
Note: When adding ingredients, put some glutinous rice on the bottom firstly , then add pork and mung beans, and finally cover them with some more glutinous rice.
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