There's also quite quite a number of desserts within the Hong Kong cuisine. Many of these desserts and sweets are ready inside a specific and rather interesting way. Traditional Hong Kong desserts include all sorts of sweet soups which are usually produced from steamed milk and/or egg which have a custard-like texture and that are added with nuts or perhaps spices. A different type of sweet soup may be the sweet snow frog jelly soup that regardless of the rather strange name is really a enjoyable and adding nourishment to delicacy. Fruit drinks and fruit-based desserts will also be very popular in Hong Kong especially throughout the summer time, to be the perfect option to quench your thirst. Today, the Hong Kong desserts are increasingly more according to fruits plus they appear to become lighter and never as sweet because the Western deserts. The most popular fruit salads receive an Asian touch with the addition of inside them some small ocean coconut cubes or perhaps pearls of starch produced from sago palms.
“ Sweet grain porridge with mixed red beans 200 g glutinous grain, 100 g small red beans, 50 g each.
“ Doughnut with red bean paste 5 egg-whites, 150 g red bean paste, 40 g plain flour, 40 g corn.
“ Black sesame gruel 4 tablespoons of black sesame, 1 tablespoons of white-colored sesame, 100 g Calrose grain, 4 tablespoons of white-colored.
“ Glutinous grain ball (Nuo Mi Ci) with red red bean paste 300 g (1 1/3 cup) glutinous grain flour.
“ Custard egg tart 400 g sifted flour, 100 g sifted custard powder, 2 tablespoons of sugar, 400 g melted.
“ Mashed taro with ginkgo 600 g taro, 80 g ginkgoes, 220 g sugar, 4 sections spring onion, 3 tablespoons of lard
“ tablespoons of swallow's nest fragment, 1 (200g) papaya, tablespoons of honey, water Soak swallow's nest.
Mu Gua Dun Yan Wo
“ Fresh milk combined with ginger root juice Ingredients 1 litre fresh milk, 1 gingerroot, 5 tablespoons of white-colored sugar
Jiang Zhi Zhuang Xian Nai
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