This is a great dessert (or just a snack) to eat cold or warm.
This is a traditional sago pudding dessert that is served chilled and is great after a spicy meal.
I love this dessert after a spicy hot meal - it cools you off quite well. One hint is that you do not need to scrape out all of the coconut meat. So, leave some left inside the coconut because it is easier to eat with less coconut meat mixed in the jelly - less is more!
This is a simple and light dish to have after a heavy meal.
This a great dairy-free summer sorbet. Hope you enjoy this as much as my family does.
Easy sweet potato balls with sweet filling for tea time. Serve while it is still hot and the sweet filling will ooze out as you bite into it. Delicious!
These little puddings are made in ramekins and are composed of 2 parts: the bottom part is the pandan pudding and on top is a coconut cream layer, creating a pleasant surprise for your guests.
These are a fun dessert to make if you have plenty of time. Children can get involved, too. First you make a yellow mung bean paste, then form it into mini fruits. Then paint the fruit with food coloring and coat it all with agar. These delicacies keep refrigerated for 2-3 days.
This is a beautiful variation on the green pandan kanom chan This one uses fresh butterfly pea flower petals. Try to find fresh petals in the market.
Oh man, it has been so hot I eat one of these a day! I suspect I will eat many more as they say it will be 40 degrees before the hot season is over! Varieties abound for this sweet treat, add in the bottom diced bread, coconut, herbal jelly, beans, corn, other syrups, whatever; but I like mine plain.