Foodhall fam here s a little Sunday project for you and the kids Dongzhi Tang Yuan aka sweet dumplings This hawker special can be found at dessert stalls in Singapore as well as at supermarkets Served in a sweet ginger pandan syrup this is a great post meal treat Here s how you can make yours For the Ginger Pandan syrup 1 3 cup sugar 1 1 2 cups water 2 3 pandan leaves 1 piece ginger peeled and slightly pounded For the Rice Dumplings 2 cups glutinous rice sticky rice flour 200 ml water Red and yellow food colour How To prepare syrup boil the water in a pot Add the pandan leaves and ginger and bring it to boil on medium heat until you get the aroma of the ginger and pandan Add sugar and let it simmer for another 15 minutes minutes Adjust quantity of sugar to suit your taste and set aside In a big bowl mix glutinous flour with water and knead with hands to form a dough The dough is ready when it doesn t stick to your hands anymore Divide the dough into 3 portions with the plain dough the biggest portion Add 2 3 drops of each food colouring to make the pink and yellow dough Pinch the dough into small balls and roll them in between your palms into round balls Set aside on a flat surface lined with paper or a slightly damp cloth Boil another pot of water drop the dumplings into the boiling water As soon as they float transfer them into the syrup water Serve immediately Continue exploring the wonders of Singaporean food at the Singapore Food Festival 2021 being celebrated at a Foodhall near you Recipe zoish irani visit_singapore

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Foodhall fam, here's a little Sunday project for you and the kids - Dongzhi Tang Yuan 🍡 aka sweet dumplings.

This hawker special can be found at dessert stalls in Singapore as well as at supermarkets. Served in a sweet ginger pandan syrup, this is a great post meal treat. Here's how you can make yours:

For the Ginger Pandan syrup:
• 1/3 cup sugar
• 1 1/2 cups water
• 2-3 pandan leaves
• 1 piece ginger, peeled and slightly pounded

For the Rice Dumplings:
• 2 cups glutinous rice, sticky rice flour
• 200 ml water
• Red and yellow food colour

How:
• To prepare syrup, boil the water in a pot. Add the pandan leaves and ginger and bring it to boil on medium heat until you get the aroma of the ginger and pandan
• Add sugar and let it simmer for another 15 minutes minutes. Adjust quantity of sugar to suit your taste and set aside
• In a big bowl, mix glutinous flour with water and knead with hands to form a dough. The dough is ready when it doesn't stick to your hands anymore
• Divide the dough into 3 portions, with the plain dough the biggest portion. Add 2-3 drops of each food colouring to make the pink and yellow dough
• Pinch the dough into small balls and roll them in between your palms into round balls. Set aside on a flat surface lined with paper or a slightly damp cloth
• Boil another pot of water, drop the dumplings into the boiling water. As soon as they float, transfer them into the syrup water. Serve immediately

Continue exploring the wonders of Singaporean food at the Singapore Food Festival 2021 being celebrated at a Foodhall near you

Recipe 🎥 @zoish.irani

@visit_singapore #SingaporeFoodFestival #PassionMadePossible

Foodhall fam, here's a little Sunday project for you and the kids - Dongzhi Tang Yuan 🍡 aka sweet dumplings. This hawker special can be found at dessert stalls in Singapore as well as at supermarkets. Served in a sweet ginger pandan syrup, this is a great post meal treat. Here's how you can make yours: For the Ginger Pandan syrup: • 1/3 cup sugar • 1 1/2 cups water • 2-3 pandan leaves • 1 piece ginger, peeled and slightly pounded For the Rice Dumplings: • 2 cups glutinous rice, sticky rice flour • 200 ml water • Red and yellow food colour How: • To prepare syrup, boil the water in a pot. Add the pandan leaves and ginger and bring it to boil on medium heat until you get the aroma of the ginger and pandan • Add sugar and let it simmer for another 15 minutes minutes. Adjust quantity of sugar to suit your taste and set aside • In a big bowl, mix glutinous flour with water and knead with hands to form a dough. The dough is ready when it doesn't stick to your hands anymore • Divide the dough into 3 portions, with the plain dough the biggest portion. Add 2-3 drops of each food colouring to make the pink and yellow dough • Pinch the dough into small balls and roll them in between your palms into round balls. Set aside on a flat surface lined with paper or a slightly damp cloth • Boil another pot of water, drop the dumplings into the boiling water. As soon as they float, transfer them into the syrup water. Serve immediately Continue exploring the wonders of Singaporean food at the Singapore Food Festival 2021 being celebrated at a Foodhall near you Recipe 🎥 @zoish.irani @visit_singapore #SingaporeFoodFestival #PassionMadePossible

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