Learn how to make Sweet Red Bean Mash in this video tutorial. It is a popular ingredient used in many Chinese and Southeast Asian desserts.
Ais Kacang Gula Melaka (Shaved Ice with Beans and Palm Sugar Syrup) – a Malaysian dessert with a medley of toppings. Very cool and refreshing on a warm day.
These gluten free Baked Sweet Potato Balls are a simple and tasty treat that is best eaten warm. It is a healthier alternative to the deep fried version.
Easy to make Apple Crisp with Crystallized Ginger, cinnamon bread, and walnuts. Deliciously crisp and warmly spiced. Best ever dessert for this time of the year!
These crunchy and super tasty Galaxy Chocolate Cereal Clusters are perfect for your next viewing of Star Wars™. It is hard to stop at just one!
Quick and easy Fried Plantains with Coconut using only 4 ingredients. Takes under 20 minutes and is perfect for afternoon snack or tea time.
Only a few simple ingredients used in these gluten free Sweet Potato Balls deep fried to golden perfection. They make a tasty tea time or snack time treat.
Taste this Mango Sticky Rice Dessert to fully appreciate it. The combination of mangoes and coconut infused sticky rice is simply marvelous.
Chewy and fragrant Steamed Nian Gao with Grated Coconut and Sesame Seeds, a twist on this popular dessert enjoyed during the Chinese New Year.
Yam Nian Gao Fritters – a Chinese New Year crispy treat of new year cake sandwiched between slices of taro (a.k.a yam) and sweet potatoes dipped in batter.
These Red Wine Poached Pears make an elegant and delicious dessert served with its reduced syrupy spiced poaching liquid. Definitely a must-try!
Super easy and tasty No-Bake Persimmon Walnut Energy Bites, the perfect summer time treat. No cooking or processing needed. Just mix and roll into balls.
These No-Bake Apricot Melon Energy Bites are so tasty yet so easy to put together. They are perfect for breakfast, snack, or even dessert.
Homemade Fah Sung Thong (Peanut and Sesame Brittle) lightly spiced with chili flakes and five-spice powder. They are fresh, light, and crunchy.
Make these popular dim sum favorite, Jian Dui or Sesame Seed Balls at home. These are gluten free with a little sweet potato mixed into the dough.
Tang Yuan is a dessert made of glutinous rice balls in a sweet clear soup usually served during the Winter Solstice Festival to mark the arrival of winter.
Traditional Baked Mooncakes are a real treat for the Mooncake Festival. These delicious pastries are filled with lotus seed and black sesame paste filling.