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Healthy Asian Dessert Recipes
GETTING READY 1. For the filling in a food processor jar add macadamia nuts coconut honey sea salt and vanilla powder. Process to combine. 2. For the dipping sauce in a large bowl combine orange juice lime juice ginger honey and coconut aminos. Mix well and
Sweet Sushi Raw Food Dessert
GETTING READY 1 Preheat the oven to 325 F. MAKING 2 Mix all the ingredients together. 3 Place in an ovenproof casserole. 4 Bake uncovered for 2 to 2 1 4 hours or until the rice is tender occasionally stirring the surface skin into the pudding as it forms.
Healthy Rice Pudding
Sweet Potato is one of the healthies vegetables offering an array of essential nutrients. This root vegetable is an excellent source of vitamin A invegetable forms and not derived from fish oils or liver is quite safe to eat in this amount. It promotes
Battered Sweet Potato
Sewaiyan vermicelli are essential main dish in festival EID . First heat ghee in a pan add crushed sewainyan varmicelies in it and fry it low flame after few minutes add chopped dry fruits in it and fry it more minutes Remove pan from flame. Now Khoya sorte in
Seviyan Ka Muzafir
sweet 3 large ripe bananas 50 g shredded toasted coconut 75 g sugar 2 table spoon water 2 tea spoon chocolate candy 1 2 tea spoon vanilla 25 g tbs butter Directions Heat the butter in a large frying pan and fry the bananas for 1 to 2 minutes on each side or
Homemade fried Bananas-Srilanka.
In the Philippines fruit salad is considered to be more of a dessert rather than an appetizer or side dish. The Filipino version of the fruit salad requires the use of condensed milk and table cream which makes the dish rich and sweet. The typical Filipino
This is one of my favorite dishes to get at Dim Sum. Its light and has an amazing texture due to the combination of gelatin and evaporated milk. Spray down your jello mold. I used a silicone muffin tray to make portioning out easier. Get a large bowl and add
1. Place the cake on the board. Reserve 200 g 7 oz of the icing and lightly knead the remainder. Use a cocktail stick to dot the icing very carefully and cautiously with food colouring. The more colour you add the more vibrant the finished result will be. 2.
1. Mix cornflour with a little cold milk to a smooth paste. Boil half the milk and add half the sugar. Pour over cornflour paste stirring well. Return to fire and cook till thick. 2. Soak Sabja seeds in cold water and allow them to swell up. 3. Pour a small