Cooling Chinese Dessert with Soya Films
Submitted by Sugardevil
This Fu Zhu Tang Shui is a fave dessert that my mum cooks up. It is fast and easy to make
- simply put everything into the pot and boil!
It is more like a sweet soup with "cooling" properties for the "heated" body. Excellent to drink when chilled in a hot
afternoon. It has a sweet taste with a touch of soya fragrance / aroma to it.
(Ed: Although you will be able to buy Fu Zhu Tang Shui off many Chinese restaurants
or dessert specialty shops, it is always best to cook your own.)
- A few slices of Soya Skin/film (Foo Chook/Fu Zhu)
- Eggs (usually 1 per person)
- Sugar to taste
- Put soya skin in about 2 glasses of water and boil.
- Once boiling, crack an egg into it. Add sugar to your liking.
- Best served chilled, but also delicious when served hot.
- Some thing you can add to this recipe to enrich the taste either in
combination or individually: barley, gingko nut, fresh soya bean. Just boil them till soft.
- A good compliment to serving is with Yaw-Char-Kway. Either in whole, or cut in slices.
- I prefer it a bit creamy. So I pour a bit of fresh milk to give it added colour, instead of just "clear soup". Enjoy!
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