Don't you agree with us that the weather has been erratic lately? Look after your friends, family and yourself in this warm and humid weather by making a bowl of cheng tng! This weekend, you know what you can do to ease the heat and keep everyone in good health!
Pang da Hai胖大海A.K.A Sterculia lychnophora：冷却效果，带来气体。孕妇不适合消费它。
Red dates: labelled as “the king of nuts” (百果之王), stimulates the production of white blood cells, which improves immunity, and decrease cholesterol level in your bloodstream, which also helps protect the liver.
Here are the ingredients you will need: gingko nuts, large sago seeds, dried long gan, red dates, barley, pang da hai seeds, jelly strips, pandan leaves, gula malaka and rock sugar.
Transfer the gingko nuts and sugar mixture into an air-tight box. Allow it to cool down to room temperature and store it in the chiller overnight. By doing so, the sweetness from the gingko nuts will infuse and there will be a chewy texture when consumed.
In a casserole, boil water and add in the sago seeds. Stir and allow it to boil for 40 minutes on high heat. Do monitor the water level and add in water accordingly to prevent the sago from getting burnt.
Repeat this step until the sago turns fully transparent. Drain and transfer the sago into an air-tight box. Toss in castor sugar and store it in the chiller overnight.
In another bowl, soak red dates with hot water for fifteen minutes. Cut the jelly strips into 6 cm long and soak in room temperature water for 15 minutes.
Add in gingko nuts, gula melaka and rock sugar and cook for 3 minutes. Add in sago seeds and jelly strips and cook for a minute. Lastly, add in pang da hai.
这个周末有一段时间才能播放吗？为什么不给这个cheng tn crecipe试试？