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Sunday, February 21, 2010

Tong Sui

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Have you ever eaten this before?

Yes, Chinese called it Tong Sui. I simple label it as dessert. It’s healthy and tasty. I love it so much, and it always bring a smile on my face every time I eat this.

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36 comments:

  1. najiah - sangat sedap :)

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  2. keith3:59 PM

    i like this tong sui so much but unfortunately nowadays it is difficult to get it. Even though you are lucky to find, it might not be delicious. I prefer my mom's :)

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  3. keith - how to cook this?

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  4. keith4:12 PM

    let me share the ingredients with you :). They are longan, lin chi, pak ko, fungal and gula batu. You need to cook till the fungal is soft enough in order to make the tong sui a bit sticky.
    Usually i will keep it in the fridge before eating...cold and yummy :)

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  5. sweet2 one rite ?

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  6. keith - oh, i wanna try but not sure it'll taste good or not :)

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  7. eldy - not so sweet :)

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  8. macam lai chee kang punya isik jer ni?

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  9. btol tu axim..mcm lai chee kang je gayanyaaa

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  10. I like to eat. Singapore hawker centers selling this type of dessert.
    I think I have to try it tomorrow.

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  11. axim - lenchee kang ler :P lenchee tu lotus seed :)

    yep, ingredient almost the same.

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  12. wahidah - er, lebih kurang macam tu la.

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  13. cooling - you should try. it's very good and healthy :)

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  14. never eat this...
    sodap ke
    wat untuk aku leh??/
    erk888

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  15. nampak sedap. nak!

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  17. War.....your tong sui looks very special o. Have mata kucing?

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  18. I am a dessert person. I love almost all type of Chinese desserts and my all-time fav is tong yuen, glutinous rice balls in ginger syrup.

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  19. Err.. ni cam laici kang.. cuma ingredient je ko taruk longan.. Pe pun, ianya sedap dimakan ^^

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  20. deus - haha aku pun orang masakkan. aku mana reti...

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  21. cahaya - nah sikit :)

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  22. anonymous - perlukah daku start letak masukkan huruf-huruf untuk komen ni???

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  23. tekkaus - eh tong sui in penang got mata kucing. you can refer here too.

    hehe :)

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  24. mei teng - tong yuen? i should try that soon! :)

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  25. zul - haha rasa semua sama. bahan je tak banyak :)

    lenchee = lotus seed.

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  26. mmm...nmpak best tp xske benda manis...

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  27. kniedaz - tak manis sangat kak. lg pun bukan manis gula :)

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  28. Whoaaa! Is it like Lai chee Kang taste? Nakkkk jugak *slurp*

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  29. doll - lenchee kang :P lenchee tu maksudnye lotus seed hehe...

    nanti datang penang, i minta dia buatkan ok?

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  30. yes! yes!!! yes!!!!!
    ni yang tak sabar nak gi penang ni! *daydream*

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  31. doll - meh meh! bile?

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  32. Hmmm, nanti bagitau. Insya-Allah before bulan pose *wink*

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  33. doll - bagus2 :) tak sabar!

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  34. There are many types of tong sui, even bubur cha cha we call it tong sui too. When translated to English, tong sui literally means sweet water.

    I love this tong sui!!! Yummy!!!

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  35. foong - hahaha yes i know. bubur kacang too right? i like this one too.

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