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The instructions looked daunting, to me, anyway, but it was really very simple and authentic-tasting. However, I found that by cutting the cylinder in 10 pieces, the pancakes were a leeetle too small for my taste. Perhaps cutting in 6?

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horseplay March 28, 2004

Another great recipe Bergy. We had these last night with Mean Chef's "Peking Duck" and they were fantastic. I made them a little early and then just reheated them in the microwave with a damp paper towel over them. Very good, with easy to follow instructions. Thanks.

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Arabannie June 02, 2003

Very nice and easy to put together. The pancakes did seperate quite easily although they were quite thin so after the first couple I ended up serving the double layers together so they were a bit easier to wrap and hold. That was just personal preference though, I had a fair bit of filling crammed into them and the single layers would be fine when serving the traditional way with a smaller portion of duck per pancake.

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Peter J July 03, 2010

Flawless! I followed the directions exactly (kneading by hand) and made 20 perfectly-sized pancakes that were very authentic in taste and texture! In step #6 I made the dough into a 10-inch long cylinder so I could cut 10 1-inch pieces to make sure they were even. I served the pancakes with Peking Duck (Peking Duck Chinese). Thanks Bergy!

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Crystal Rose July 01, 2007
Bergy Dim Sum #7, Mandarin Pancakes