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The Chinese Dessert, Tang Yuan- Traditional Dessert.
Michelin Starred Chef Glynn Purnell Recreates a Traditional Chinese Dessert in Celebration of Summer. Relish in the Summer months with an Oriental-inspired dish from Michelin starred Chef Glynn Purnell, a delicious way to enjoy the Summer bank holiday.
A traditional Chinese dessert created to share with family, Tang Yuan is thought to represent unity and togetherness. The traditional sweet dish is a perfect addition to the bank holiday celebrations with family and friends this Summer.
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The Chinese dessert, Tang Yuan:
ä Serves 2
For The Tang Yuan:
140g glutinous rice flour
1 tsp muscavado sugar
1 tsp grated ginger
A pinch of chilli powder
1 tsp food colouring (optional)
1 tbsp peanut butter
For The Sweet Stock:
115g brown sugar
2 star anise
1 stick of cinnamon
1 bay leaf
1 tbsp chopped coriander
How To Make:
1.) Mix together all of the ingredients to make a paste and then shape into 2 cm balls
2.) Bring 100ml water to the boil and blanch the balls for 2 minutes
3.) To make the sweet stock, heat 700ml water in a pan and add the sugar, star anise, cinnamon and bay leaf and boil.
4.) Place the rice balls in a bowl, sprinkle with coriander and then pour the sweet stock over the balls to serve.
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