My First Try On Ang Ku Kueh

There is a kind of glutinous rice flour ball stuffed with red bean paste or pork floss called 青团 (Qing Tuan) in China. I love it very much. And it looks like this: Actually, I love almost all kinds of dessert made from glutinous rice flour. They taste very chewy. I love the texture... Continue Reading →


Hong Tang Ba Ba

It's a sweet Chinese snack in Southwestern China area, I think. Hong Tang means brown sugar in Chinese. Ba Ba refers to cake made from glutinous rice flour. This summer holiday when my husband and I were in China. My friends there treated us Xiao Long kan hotpot. One dish is Hong tang baba. And... Continue Reading →

Glutinous Rice Chicken Soup

Glutinous rice needs to be soaked in water for overnight. Stuff chicken with glutinous rice, 3 or 4 garlic cloves, 2 or 3 red dates. And then tight the chicken up in case the stuff inside run out. Put chicken in a large deep pot. Add in enough water. Make spring onion a knot, then... Continue Reading →

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