Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Quick Almond Paste Dessert

Apply the same method for Quick Sesame Paste Dessert, by making slight changes to the ingredient, you can have a different dessert. So, if you do not like sesame, change it to almond powder or grounded peanut powder. The almond powder with fritillaria cirrhosa consists of sugar, therefore, sugar is omitted in this recipe. 

Preparation:     3 mins Cooking time:  5 mins 

Ingredients (serves 2)
°         6 tablespoons almond powder with fritillaria cirrhosa
°         2 tablespoons glutinous rice flour
°         500ml water
°         1 tablespoon almond syrup (optional)

1.      Combine all the almond powder, glutinous rice flour and water in a pot and mix well. Keep stirring and when the mixture bubbles, turn off the heat. Add in the almond syrup and mix well.
2.      Ladle the dessert into individual serving bowl and serve hot. 


Virginie said...

Is this the recipe of the almond dessert I found in some eateries? I remember how delicious it was.

a veg*n @ Blog*Spot said...

Hi Virginie

This dessert quite common in Asia's eateries. It's good for the body.

My attempt to simplify the Thunder Tea Soup using coriander, mint, peanut powder and green tea powder was not that successful, I need to play with the different amount of the ingredients.

Sorry to keep you waiting.

Cheers :)

baby crib said...

I only had a taste of this in a restaurant. This is what I am craving for since.

a veg*n @ Blog*Spot said...

Hi baby crib,

If you can get the simple ingredients, you can try it out at home, could be very simple and interesting.

More nutritious - try substitute water with soymilk (sweetened or unsweetened, depends whether the almond powder contain sugar or not)

Cheers :)

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