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3. In a separate bowl, combine flour, salt, cinnamon, and baking soda. Add to egg batter and mix well. 4. Add apple chunks and applesauce to the batter. Stir to combine. 5. Coat a baking pan with vegetable oil spray, and pour in batter. Bake until done, about 1 hour. 6. Place apple slices on top of apple cake and serve. Saturated Fat: 1 g Fiber: 1 g 46 蘋果蛋䊏 47 Acknowledgements I would like to thank the following dedicated individuals and community partners for their valuable contributions: San Francisco Chinese 5 a Day Project partners who assisted in the reviewing and/or field-testing: May Fong, RD, MPH, Chair of Consumer Education Department, City College of San Francisco Sok Leng Ho, BS, RD, Nutrition Consultant, Kai Ming Headstart Program Elizabeth Lam, BS, RD, Health Programs Manager, American Cancer Society, San Francisco Unit Kari Lee, Interim Executive Director, YMCA, San Francisco Donna Lew, American Heart Association, San Francisco Yvonne Liang, RD, MS, Nutritionist, Chinese Community Health Resource Center Magdalene Louie, RD, MPH, WIC Program Coordinator, San Francisco Gloria Tan, Director, Asian Women’s Resource Center Lucy Tao, Asian Women’s Resource Center Diana Wong, MA, Chinatown Child Development Center Esther Wong, BS, RD, Nutritionist, Self Help for the Elderly Wanda Wong, Instructor, Senior Civic Education Class, Self Help for the Elderly Helen Yuen, Director of the Department of Nutrition & Senior Centers, Self Help for the Elderly Wu Yee Children’s Services Other Reviewers: Desiree Backman, DrPH, MS, RD, California 5 a Day Manager Laura Brainin-Rodriguez, MPH, MS, RD, Coordinator, Feeling Good Project, San Francisco Department of Public Health Edward Chow, MD, San Francisco Health Commissioner, Executive Director, Chinese Community Health Care Association Alexander Li, MD, Center Director and Medical Director, Chinatown Public Health Center, San Francisco Dept.

Add bok choy or Napa cabbage to the wonton filling to provide texture, vitamins and fiber. Nutrition information per serving: Calories: 228 Total fat: 2 g Cholesterol: 19 mg Sodium: 457 mg Carbohydrates: 42 g Protein: 15 g Saturated Fat: 0 g Fiber: 3 g Instruction: 1. In a large bowl, combine filling ingredients, and mix well. 2. To make each dumpling, place 1 teaspoon filling in a wonton skin, fold in half, pinch edges to seal the dumpling. Repeat with remaining filling and wonton skins. 3. In a large pot bring 10 cups of water to boil, add dumplings and cook until dumplings float to the water surface, about 7 to 8 minutes.

Beat well. 3. In a separate bowl, combine flour, salt, cinnamon, and baking soda. Add to egg batter and mix well. 4. Add apple chunks and applesauce to the batter. Stir to combine. 5. Coat a baking pan with vegetable oil spray, and pour in batter. Bake until done, about 1 hour. 6. Place apple slices on top of apple cake and serve. Saturated Fat: 1 g Fiber: 1 g 46 蘋果蛋䊏 47 Acknowledgements I would like to thank the following dedicated individuals and community partners for their valuable contributions: San Francisco Chinese 5 a Day Project partners who assisted in the reviewing and/or field-testing: May Fong, RD, MPH, Chair of Consumer Education Department, City College of San Francisco Sok Leng Ho, BS, RD, Nutrition Consultant, Kai Ming Headstart Program Elizabeth Lam, BS, RD, Health Programs Manager, American Cancer Society, San Francisco Unit Kari Lee, Interim Executive Director, YMCA, San Francisco Donna Lew, American Heart Association, San Francisco Yvonne Liang, RD, MS, Nutritionist, Chinese Community Health Resource Center Magdalene Louie, RD, MPH, WIC Program Coordinator, San Francisco Gloria Tan, Director, Asian Women’s Resource Center Lucy Tao, Asian Women’s Resource Center Diana Wong, MA, Chinatown Child Development Center Esther Wong, BS, RD, Nutritionist, Self Help for the Elderly Wanda Wong, Instructor, Senior Civic Education Class, Self Help for the Elderly Helen Yuen, Director of the Department of Nutrition & Senior Centers, Self Help for the Elderly Wu Yee Children’s Services Other Reviewers: Desiree Backman, DrPH, MS, RD, California 5 a Day Manager Laura Brainin-Rodriguez, MPH, MS, RD, Coordinator, Feeling Good Project, San Francisco Department of Public Health Edward Chow, MD, San Francisco Health Commissioner, Executive Director, Chinese Community Health Care Association Alexander Li, MD, Center Director and Medical Director, Chinatown Public Health Center, San Francisco Dept.

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