Category Archives: Dessert

绿豆爽 (Split Mung Bean Sweet Soup)

Split mung beans, not mung beans. That’s what you’ll need to find to be able to make this dish.

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Snowy Durian Chendol With Gula Melaka

It has been a busy four months. Last week was the peak of what we have all been working towards – it was crazy, and we barely managed. I didn’t get to see the boy for almost three days last … Read more

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Creamy Red Bean Popsicles

The Japanese Azuki red beans (also referred to as Adzuki breans), literally transliterated as ‘small beans’ are the smaller cousins of the larger soy beans. They are popularly used in Asian and Chinese cuisines to cook desserts and sweet soups … Read more

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Red & Snowy Christmas Trifle

A trifle is an English dessert made of layers of fruits, custard, whipped cream or sponge cakes and sometimes intoxicated with a little alcohol such as wine or sherry. A Christmas trifle, it being uniquely festive, must therefore come in … Read more

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Classic Old English Bread Pudding

The two times that I ate bread pudding, they were at my company dinner and dance functions (at different places and with different companies, pun intended). The puddings were oh-so-nice soft and silky, the kind that really melts in your … Read more

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