Tian Jiu, otherwise known as fermented cooked rice, is a popular southeast Asian tradition, as it has many uses in addition to being a great-tasting rice pudding.
Chinese egg tarts are popular treats found all over Chinatown, particularly in tea houses as a dim sum dish. Egg tarts are prominent in Guangzhou’s food scene, and scholars call it the “quintessential symbol of the fusion between Cantonese and Western cultures.”
White kidney beans, also known as cannellini beans, can be used to make a very creamy and delicious paste that’s often used in many desserts. Here’s a simple and quick recipe for white kidney bean roll cakes.
Double skin milk is a popular Cantonese dessert made of milk, egg whites, and sugar, and my mom absolutely loves it.
You can probably find these Chinese coconut milk buns at a lot of stores in Chinatown. These were a staple item in the grocery bag whenever we had the chance to go to a Chinese store. But of course, isn’t it so much more fun to make things in the comfort of your own house? 🙂
Steamed rice cakes are a popular Asian snack/dessert, and they’re definitely one of my favorites!
Mung bean cake is a traditional and popular Chinese dessert, especially during summer, since the main ingredient, mung beans, is known to help protect the body from extreme heat. Technically it’s still the beginning the spring, but tell that to the 90 degrees Texas weather.