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Jasmine Green Tea with Lychee Jelly | recipe from runawayrice.com

Iced Jasmine Green Tea with Lychee Jelly

Fragrant jasmine green tea is combined with lychee jelly to make an icy and refreshing drink that is sure to quench any thirst. This recipe is super simple, contains just a few ingredients and no more difficult than making Jello. I’ve come to really love this drink switching from the tapioca pearls to the jelly not too […]

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It wouldn't be Lunar New Year without this unique savory treat!

Jellied Pork (Thịt Đông)

If you are not familiar with this dish, it may look rather unusual.  What is this exactly?  Meat-filled snow globes?  Fossilized pork parts?  Interestingly, this dish of jellied meat is not distinct to just Asian cuisine, but is also popular in Eastern and Western European cuisine as well.  The traditional recipes use meats with cartilage such as hocks, feet, tails, […]

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Three Color Dessert (Che Ba Mau)

Three Color Dessert (Che Ba Mau)

This beautiful dessert, often called Rainbow Dessert, with its vibrant colors reminds me of summertime.  There’s nothing more enjoyable on a hot summer day than eating this chilly, sweet treat.  Sadly, this week is the end of summer and so I am celebrating the remaining days by making my favorite summer indulgence.  Three Color Dessert is quite popular and available […]

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Marbled Coffee Cream Agar Jelly (Thach Ca Phe)

Marbled Coffee and Cream Gelatin

  This recipe is a twist to my earlier post on the Coffee and Cream Agar Jelly.  Let’s say you can’t get to an Asian grocery store to buy agar agar powder and because you’re so busy you don’t have the time to make the dessert layer by layer but still want to enjoy this cool, […]

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Coffee and Cream Agar Jelly (Thach Ca Phe)

Coffee and Cream Agar Dessert (Thach Ca Phe)

This dessert is a fantastic summer treat that is refreshing and unique tasting.  The recipe uses agar agar, a gelatinous substance derived from seaweed.  It’s similar to unflavored gelatin but has more of a crunch and is vegetarian.  Agar agar is tasteless and so combines well with most flavors.  In Asia, it’s a very popular ingredient in desserts.  Depending on […]

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