Brown Sugar Boba Milk Tea is a drink originated in Taiwan. This drink was first introduced in Taichung City, Taiwan. While most tea shops in the country were already serving endless varieties of boba tea, right after this drink was introduced, it became an instant hit. Everybody loved it. Even tourists who came to Taiwan … Continue reading Brown Sugar Boba … Everything →
Desserts are usually sweet, but can we make them savory? Yes, we can! Today, let’s explore a new and trendy Vietnamese dessert called Salted Egg Yolk Sponge Cake. In Vietnam as well as many other countries in Asia, people love salted egg yolk. If you are into savory dishes, you must definitely try salted egg … Continue reading Salted Egg Yolk Sponge Cake →
Every time I search for a new dessert to try, either buying or making, I tend to look for desserts that look attractive. Since I love decorating cakes and other types of sweet treats, I personally love eating desserts that are beautifully decorated. In my opinion, a well-decorated treat often takes a lot of time … Continue reading Mkhabez →
Summer is coming, and the weather is getting warmer. For those who live in cooler climates, you may not feel the heat just yet but for those who live in the tropical climate, the scorching sun is already there. To cool down during the hot summer days, other than heading to the nearest air-conditioned shopping … Continue reading Halo-halo →
In East Asia, people love glutinous rice desserts. Since glutinous rice is readily available everywhere in the region, for thousands of years, people have used glutinous rice flour to make desserts of all shapes and sizes. The most common type of glutinous rice dessert in East Asia is glutinous rice balls. This sweet dish is … Continue reading Glutinous Rice Balls Dessert →
This Vietnamese mixed fruits dessert is inspired by a similar recipe from Thailand. Though each country’s recipe has its uniqueness, both recipes are just as delicious as each other. Let’s start with the name. The word “chè” is a very confusing word for Vietnam’s visitors. Even though Vietnam is a small country, due to decades … Continue reading Chè Thái →
Though it is called Tapioca Cookies, to me, this melt-in-your-mouth sweet treat is more like cookie dough rather than cookies. Kids around the world have one thing in common, they all love cookies. Cookie is one of the most simple sweet treats that will surely bring back everyone’s sweetest childhood memories. After I came to … Continue reading Tapioca Cookies →
Once again, the Vietnamese people chose to name this sweet treat after its look rather than its ingredients. Growing up in Southern Vietnam, my childhood revolved around strange-looking, strange taste, or strange name desserts. Despite their looks, tastes, or names, these desserts all have one thing in common, that is they are very tasty. I … Continue reading Pig Skin Cake →
The Yule Log cake is a ritualistic Christmas cake that dates back to the 19th century. This cake was inspired by the Nordic tradition of burning the yule log through the Twelve Days of Christmas, and the recipe was first introduced by French pastry chef Pierre Lacan in the late 1800s. Burning the yule log … Continue reading Yule Log Cake →
The Pandan Honeycomb Cake is one of the most iconic cakes in Vietnamese cuisine. This traditional dessert has been around forever, and it has always been adored by both the Vietnamese and visitors from around the world. Most of the time, Vietnamese desserts are available as both street food and restaurant-style. I guess this is … Continue reading Pandan Honeycomb Cake →
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