I have friends who will be staying in London for a while. So I thought during the winter, instead of making soups, they can occasionally make themselves a cup of tea, which is much better than buying 3 in 1 packets.
A display of the hot and cold beverages that are prepared everyday for either leisure or health benefits.
This is a very colourful dish, easy to make and healthy. You can opt out of truffle oil or balsamic vinegar if you do not like them. You can also replace the tomatoes on the vine with sliced tomatoes.
Ingredients2-3 litres Water1/2 cup Dried longans2 florets White fungus1 bunch Pandan leaves1 packet Cooked gingko nuts (usually comes in a packet already cooked)1 Snow lotus 天山雪莲, cut into cubes (looks like lotus root but sweet)Rock sugar / Cane sugar / Brown sugar (whichever you are used to having) MethodSoak the white fungus and remove the […]
Soy milk is a beverage made from soybeans. A traditional staple of Asian cuisine, it is a stable emulsion of oil, water, and protein. It is produced by soaking dry soybeans and grinding them with water.
Ingredients1 kg Glutinous rice3 spicy wine yeast 辣酒饼2 sweet wine yeast 甜酒饼3 tbsp red wine yeast 红曲 (if you want to yield red wine instead of yellow)This is a type of beverage that I always like to drink, and also use for one of my favourite dish – Glutinous Rice Wine Chicken 糯米黄酒鸡. See recipe […]