Chocolate Dipped Strawberries
I have not stated the amount because it is according to preference.
Melted sweetened chocolate
- Hold the leaves of the strawberry. (Best way to do is to hold all the leaves so you have a stable grip)
- Dip the strawberry into the melted chocolate, careful not to coat the leaves.
3. Wait till the chocolate stop dripping and transfer onto a plate. Make sure to space the coated strawberries apart. Chocolate liners are optional.
4. Put in the fridge for half an hour.
Tang YuanI actually wanted to make Yuan Xiao instead of Tang Yuan. However, due to having the wrong equipment, I have to abandon the plan and make Tang Yuan instead. Little one is helping me out to roll the read bean paste and hazelnut filling into balls. She did the same for the dough.
Yuan Xiao's skin is coated by rolling the fillings on high side tray or large flat bottom serving bowl. As for Tang Yuan, it is made by rolling the dough into balls instead. In my personal opinion, making Tang Yuan is less messy and easier to make. Attaching a video to show the process of making Yuan Xiao.
Below are my trial and error result for Yuan Xiao Making. After which turn into various variety of making Tang Yuan
|Red bean and Hazelnut paste|
|Try mixing flour in a 20cm bowl|
|Try mixing in a 20 cm plate yields better result|
|Very lightly coated, powdery coating makes them look like mochi|
|After steaming.... it's a no wonder they say need to coat more than 10 rounds.|
|In the end make Tang Yuan instead. The middle one is Xiao Yuan.|
|Dump all the 7 balls into the soup... and after 10 mins... what happen to my Yuan Xiao? It had dissolve completely in water, turning the water brown!|
|My very big boiling Tang Yuan|
|Steamed Tang Yuan|
|Steamed Tang Yuan and Muah Chee|