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The "Magic" of Chinese Buffet Sugar Ball Roll Puffs

Updated on January 7, 2018

The Secret of the Chinese Buffet Sugar Ball Roll Puff

How many times have you gone to one of those Chinese buffets and eaten those puff rolls coated in sugar. You know, the ones that look like they were dropped in a canister of sugar and then put out for the world to enjoy. Yes, that one. Well, let me tell you, there is no secret. They come from a can.

Lots of people are mystified by the "Magic" of food. Lots of people do not even give a thought as to what they are ingesting, just as long as it looks and tastes good. A lot of people do not connect the dots when it comes to what a dish is made of. Quite frankly, they do not care. In the case of the sugar ball, that is what I call it. It is a simple case of, well, simplicity. There is no magic to this delightful treat.

Chinese Buffet Sugar Ball Roll Puff


Can of Refrigerated Biscuit Dough

Vegetable Oil

Granulated sugar


Open biscuit dough and separate the biscuits.

In a sauce pan, pot, or deep fryer put in about 2 cups, give or take, of vegetable oil.

Let oil heat up .

Take a bowl or plate and place about 1/2 cup of granulated sugar.

When oil is hot, place biscuit into oil until golden.

Remove biscuit and put onto a paper napkin to remove some of the oil drippings and then place the fried biscuit into the granulated sugar.

Coat both sides with the sugar and there you have it.


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