As my blog index is quite in a mess, I have decided to summarize my blog entries for reader’s easier reference. These are the Chinese or Asian desserts that I have prepared captured both from this blog and from Guaishushu’s Facebook Page and you may want to take a quick look. Click on the link or the pictures to get the recipes.
Mango Puddings (芒果布丁）
Winter Melon Dried Longan Sweet Soup (冬瓜桂圆糖水)
Aloe Vera Sweet Soup （芦荟水果甜汤）
Poached Bosc Pears & Dragon Fruits (博斯克梨龙珠果炖冰糖）
Barley Peanut Soup （薏米花生汤）
Black Glutinous Rice （黑糯米）
Sweet Potato Soup （番薯糖水）
Barley/Black Glutinous Rice（黑糯米薏米糖水）
Bubur Cha Cha (摩摩喳喳）
Fruits Soup (水果牛奶）- Soup Buah
Mung Bean Sweet Soup (绿豆爽）Tau Suan
Sugar Coated Yam and Sweet Potatoes Sticks (反沙芋头地瓜条）
Yam and Pumpkin Paste Desserts With Gingko (白果金瓜芋泥）
Hoen Kwe – Mung Bean Flour Dessert（粉糕）
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On 18 July 2013, porridge serves with a vegetable dish and a meat dish. The vegetable dish is baby pak choi with oyster sauce (耗油小白菜）and braised meat (chicken and pork belly) (卤肉）。
I seldom cooked porridge for dinner. Tonight, I suddenly have the urge to have porridges since my wife and my kids also like to have porridges. I have braised some meat and a vegetable dish to go with it and of course, some left over dishes from last night.
Today, when I searched my fridge, I found that I have a box of bosc pears (博斯克梨) and some cut dragon fruits (龙珠果) which is already in my fridge for quite a while. The pears are very ripe and I thought I might just make some desserts for the family and here comes my Chinese Style Poach Pear and Dragon Fruits Desserts with Rock Sugar (博斯克梨龙珠果炖冰糖）。You may want to know how to make the dessert by following the links to Guaishushu’s Facebook Page.
Hope you like the post and have a nice day. Cheers