Chinese Fried Sesame Balls • Tasty

  • Published on Feb 9, 2019
  • A traditional and popular classic dessert served during Lunar New Year, Chinese fried sesame balls will satisfy your sweet cravings!
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Comments • 1 452

  • KonpeitoLover
    KonpeitoLover 18 days ago

    Too much dough for an authentic recipe

  • Blackpink News
    Blackpink News 22 days ago

    Vietnamese have this too but a different bean filling.

  • Kaela Lazaro
    Kaela Lazaro 2 months ago

    this ain't it

  • Sophie Pascua
    Sophie Pascua 2 months ago

    Buchi lang yan eh HAHAHAHHAA

  • Makayla Hall
    Makayla Hall 2 months ago

    I had this at a really good Chinese restaurant but it was not my cup tea.

  • Kathleen Conde
    Kathleen Conde 3 months ago


  • Lisa Ariany
    Lisa Ariany 3 months ago

    in indonesia, called onde onde

  • Ariel
    Ariel 3 months ago

    whoever is cooking has pretty hands.

  • c c
    c c 4 months ago

    its basically fried mochi! ^.^

  • Joel Armenta
    Joel Armenta 4 months ago

    Get your shit together. Idiots.

  • NatureCrew Lps
    NatureCrew Lps 5 months ago

    Maybe use chinese music? This is not chinese and I know because I am chinese. But the cooking seems really cool

  • zachary
    zachary 5 months ago

    WTF was that sudden high pitched flute note in beginning

  • agan faishal
    agan faishal 5 months ago

    Onde-onde 🤣🤣🤣

  • Neon Un9ergroun6
    Neon Un9ergroun6 5 months ago

    There supposed to be dough bubbles you uncultured being

  • IzzyLPS 18
    IzzyLPS 18 5 months ago

    Preferably, I like the one with mung bean more than red bean. (Don’t know the exact name)

  • watermelone melone
    watermelone melone 5 months ago

    The flute anoid me so much at the end

  • ·Loa fz·
    ·Loa fz· 5 months ago

    xD the music
    I *stan* dead

  • fiwee kiwee
    fiwee kiwee 5 months ago

    These kinda remind me of japanese daifuku

  • Ian Rivlin
    Ian Rivlin 5 months ago +1

    Looks very yummy. I wonder if I could substitute stevia for sugar?

  • Elham Shalabi
    Elham Shalabi 5 months ago

    am i the only one who watches in mute and not bothered by the music controversy

  • Niki E
    Niki E 5 months ago

    The music is nice

  • Orange Guy
    Orange Guy 5 months ago

    That looks like a How to Basic thumbnail

  • Dion Aditya
    Dion Aditya 6 months ago

    Onde onde yang bikin nyebut onde mandeeeee

  • dhyc777
    dhyc777 6 months ago

    one of my favorite childhood desserts!

  • Hikari Snow
    Hikari Snow 6 months ago

    Are these any good?

  • Neilata Menareti
    Neilata Menareti 6 months ago +1

    Onde Onde from Indonesia

  • K Kelson
    K Kelson 6 months ago

    This recipe didn’t work well for me. I had prepared mung bean filling and made the dough as instructed. The first time I made these (from a different recipe) the balls puffed up and were hard and crispy on the outside. I think wrapping the dough and resting it to let the flour absorb the water might help. Mine were cracking when I rolled them out. I think the recipe I used the first time only used a portion of glutinous rice flour and baking soda.

  • Dead Succulents
    Dead Succulents 6 months ago

    Is this buchi?

  • Sunshine Obadiah
    Sunshine Obadiah 6 months ago

    boy going HARD on that flute

  • Yulfahrio Ramdhani
    Yulfahrio Ramdhani 6 months ago

    ppl : Avengers : infinity war is the best crossover history
    me : *shows this to ppl*
    ppl : kay

  • JennPipp
    JennPipp 6 months ago

    I just came here to see if there was as many Chinese complaining as there are Indians on that last video. Nope just a bunch of white people, as usual!

  • Dhiemaz Ihza
    Dhiemaz Ihza 6 months ago

    is it onde onde from chyna?

    • Lynn T
      Lynn T 2 months ago

      "onde onde" or jian dui is originated from China

  • Lai Narina
    Lai Narina 6 months ago

    You mean onde-onde? In Indonesia this cake called "Onde-onde".

  • AceTheMemeLorde
    AceTheMemeLorde 6 months ago

    Where can I find red azuki beans? Normal grocery stores in the US don't carry them, and I live nowhere near an asian market.

  • hyperrahim
    hyperrahim 6 months ago

    These are everywhere at stalls in Malaysia

  • Wendoline Acosta
    Wendoline Acosta 6 months ago

    When I'm at a chinese restaurant eating chinese/asian cuisine with mixed American food, then see my ppl (latinos/as) cooking the food in the back. 👍lol

  • pacificoceano 96
    pacificoceano 96 6 months ago

    ive always loved this ever since

  • Kyaia Anderson
    Kyaia Anderson 6 months ago

    I’m I that uncultured or this music don’t match I would like to try this though

    DOKO TV 6 months ago

    What stove is that please???

  • Hasna Febrilya
    Hasna Febrilya 6 months ago

    yaela sebut aja ini onde onde

  • Yana •
    Yana • 6 months ago

    i can literally buy this like across my house but here i am watching this

  • logic partner
    logic partner 6 months ago

    If u replace the filling with mung bean,then u'll get indonesian street food instead of chinese food.LoL

  • jduplici
    jduplici 6 months ago

    Indonesian🇮🇩 said that is "onde-onde"

  • Bagel
    Bagel 6 months ago

    Buchi yas

  • Keyona Olivia
    Keyona Olivia 6 months ago


  • Kurban Duck
    Kurban Duck 6 months ago

    They forgot the yams and whisky in it

  • Jourriel
    Jourriel 6 months ago

    love this chowking buchi

  • Derek Torrico
    Derek Torrico 6 months ago

    Beautiful flute music by Ron Burgundy

  • Taaniya Jay
    Taaniya Jay 6 months ago

    I know not many people will read this but I wish you the best Chinese New Year and a posperous year ahead.
    BTW I am a small youtuber so please help me reach the dream of 100 subscribers 🙂

  • jamellah
    jamellah 6 months ago

    in the philippines, there’s a chinese restaurant called chowking. it has this food, but we call it buchi buchi.

  • happymemories
    happymemories 6 months ago

    they taste so good. Used to be able to get them at a buffet restaurant but they closed down because they had really big cockroaches

  • K DD
    K DD 6 months ago

    Wow! Now I know how to make my childhood favourite!

  • Nur Atifah Mazlan
    Nur Atifah Mazlan 6 months ago

    Kuih bom in Malaysia 😋

  • Alice Olsen
    Alice Olsen 6 months ago

    I love the video, But What is glutinous rice flour? I only know one kind of rice flour?

  • Andira Gita
    Andira Gita 6 months ago


  • Hey There
    Hey There 6 months ago

    whose hand is that 😭🙌 thats all ive been thinking about

  • ThatOneRobloxMila
    ThatOneRobloxMila 6 months ago

    Why this music?

  • Ahmad Fikri Noor
    Ahmad Fikri Noor 6 months ago

    Ini mah onde onde

  • rahajeng dinda
    rahajeng dinda 6 months ago

    In indonesia we call it onde-onde, cute isn't it😁

  • Sinett Johnson
    Sinett Johnson 6 months ago

    Why is this a Chinese dessert with Latin music? Lol.

  • 옐리자
    옐리자 6 months ago

    찹쌀도너츠 먹고싶다 ㅠㅠ

  • CrazyCowPie
    CrazyCowPie 6 months ago


  • Lala land!
    Lala land! 6 months ago

    Ini mah onde2 :v

  • XH3ZE CAK3
    XH3ZE CAK3 6 months ago

    In the Philippines we call this "buchi"

  • Arie Reynaldy
    Arie Reynaldy 6 months ago

    in indonesia, this dish called "Kue Onde-onde" or onde-onde cookies

  • Tri joko Kristiono
    Tri joko Kristiono 6 months ago

    That's wat i call onde-onde but with Green beans

  • lol hacked
    lol hacked 6 months ago

    Bucci gang

  • Akl pro
    Akl pro 6 months ago

    Ini Indonesia ia call onde onde

  • Abdul Jamiel
    Abdul Jamiel 6 months ago

    In the philippines, It’s Buchi but much thicker than that

  • HottestStarlight퍼에버

    omg yes! got some red bean paste left from making steamed bun few days ago! thank you for the idea ❤️

  • M. Lai
    M. Lai 6 months ago

    Instead of making your own, you can also use store-bought red bean paste!

  • Ariq Nizar
    Ariq Nizar 6 months ago

    This called Onde Onde in Indonesia

  • jennifer evelyn
    jennifer evelyn 6 months ago

    In indonesia we call it "onde onde"

  • Shohara Surahim
    Shohara Surahim 6 months ago

    cucur badak....haha...

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