|Place of origin||Southern China|
|Similar dishes||Bánh bột lọc|
Soon kueh (simplified Chinese: 笋粿; traditional Chinese: 筍粿; pinyin: sǔnguǒ; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: sún-kóe; lit. 'bamboo shoot cake'), also spelt soon kway is a type of steamed dumpling in Teochew cuisine. The dumpling is stuffed with julienned jicama, bamboo shoots, and dried shrimp, and is then wrapped in a skin made of rice and tapioca flour before steaming.