Sweet Potato and Ginger Dessert Soup, known as “Tong Shui” (糖水) in Chinese, is a popular and comforting dessert in Chinese cuisine. This particular variation includes sweet potatoes and ginger, creating a delicious and nutritious sweet soup.
Indulge in the delightful world of Asian desserts with our Barley Beancurd Ginkgo Dessert, also known as TongSui. This sweet and soothing dessert combines the earthy richness of barley, the silky texture of beancurd, and the nutty goodness of ginkgo nuts. It’s a comforting, warm treat that’s perfect for any season.
Brace yourselves for a sweet and soul-warming adventure into the world of Bubur Cha Cha – a Nyonya coconut milk dessert that’s pure passion in a bowl! Get ready to fall head over heels in love with this sensational treat that’s been winning hearts across Malaysia and Singapore for generations.
Sea Coconut with Longan Dessert Soup is a delightful and refreshing sweet treat that combines the flavors of sea coconut and longan fruit. The soup features tender pieces of sea coconut, known for its creamy and jelly-like texture, along with succulent longan fruit that adds a natural sweetness to the dish.
Experience the delightful combination of steamed Asian pear and rock sugar. This tender and juicy dessert offers a perfect balance of flavors, with the natural sweetness of the pear enhanced by the subtle infusion of rock sugar. It’s a simple yet satisfying treat that brings nourishment and delight to your palate.
Ginseng, Wolfberry, and Bird’s Nest are like magical elixirs from ancient times that have been passed down through generations for their wondrous healing properties! These powerful natural remedies have been revered in traditional Chinese medicine for centuries, and for good reason. By incorporating them into your daily routine, you can unleash a wealth of health benefits and nourish your body from the inside out!
Mung beans are known as green beans (绿豆) as well. Mung beans are often served as a sweet dessert, known as tong sui (sweet soup) to get the “cooling effect” for a hot and hazy weather. It can be paired with sago, coconut milk, pandan leaves or sweet potatoes.