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|Place of origin||China|
|Main ingredients||Dough, peanut oil|
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Mahua (麻花) or Fried Dough Twist is a Chinese dough twist that is fried in peanut oil. It has a shiny and golden look. The most famous ones are the "18th Street Fried Dough Twists" because they are made at the former 18th Street.
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