Looking for new desserts to make? In this post, I’ll provide new ways on how you can satisfy your sweet tooth, and teach you new cooking processes as well! Here, I’ll be concentrating on a Vietnamese dessert Rainbow Tapioca Pearls with Grass Jelly.
All of the ingredients will not be available in big supermarkets, so I strongly suggest that you make a trip to the smaller Asian or Vietnamese stores <it’s not as hard as it looks—most of these ingredients should be available in these stores>.
Below, we’ll be making a Vietnamese Rainbow Tapioca Pearls with Grass Jelly, made with ingredients like mung bean paste, grass jelly, and coconut milk, and tapioca pearls.
These are popular Vietnamese desserts, so you’re assured of wonderful layers of textures and flavors. Good luck!
Filipino cuisine is slowly becoming more and more popular in different parts of the world. One of the dishes that has recently taken the world by storm is an ice-based dessert perfect for the summer. Here’s a halo halo recipe that you can make at home!
Visiting the Philippines was an absolute treat—it’s not just the beautiful places; it’s the amazing food, too. Halo halo is one of the most memorable dishes I’ve tried here: it’s refreshing, and has so many layers of flavors <literally!>.
Halo halo is basically a cold dessert composed of a mix of about a dozen ingredients like fruits and sweet preserves. It’s topped with a generous amount of shaved ice, and oftentimes a scoop of ice cream. It’s literally translated as “mix mix.”
Here’s how you can make it at home.