A traditional Gryrnese wrapped dish


Sasadan is a sweet, nutritious food, made of glutinous white rice with honeyed plums inside and wrapped in layers of wide basil and dandelion leaves. The result is tied together with long sour grass stems and is then steamed or baked. Sometimes tea powder is also used as a flavoring.

Sasadan is a good food for travelling, as it can be carried easily. It is also served at fairs, such as the annual Animal Fair.


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