Spring Rolls(春卷Chūnjuàn)
Spring Rolls also named Spring Cakes by some northern Chinese, have a long history in China. It's said that as early as in the Eastern Jin Dynasty (316-420), people would eat 'Spring Plate', a dish with thin flour-made cakes at the center of the plate and green vegetables around them, on the First Day of Spring every year. Along with the development of the cooking techniques, 'Spring Cakes' have been evolved into the present lovely golden spring rolls made of thin flour wrappers with various fillings – sweet or savory, meat or vegetables.