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Longan sweet dessert (Chè nhãn)

29/12/2019


Longan sweet dessert (Chè nhãn)
My journey to learn to cook Vietnamese food was difficult because I could not cook the dishes with the taste of my grandmother or my mother’s dishes. With European, Japanese, Chinese, or Korean dishes ... you can easily find many recipes and ways to prepare them. Vietnamese dishes are passed on from generation to generation by love and recorded with love rather than by black and white documents. Particularly as a Vietnamese cooking Vietnamese cuisine, you can only use your heart to feel each flavor.
Servings
10people
Cook Time
20minutes
Servings
10people
Cook Time
20minutes
Ingredients
  • 1liter water
  • 1cup brown sugar
  • 20gram gingers
  • 400gram peeled and seed-removed longan
  • cinnamon powder
Instructions
  1. Slice gingers.
  2. Add brown sugar, ginger, and water to a saucepan, turn on the stove, and stir gently until sugar is dissolved into water.
  3. When the water nearly boils, add longan and bring to a boil. Reduce heat to low, continue boiling for about 10 minutes so that the sweet and slightly sour taste in longan dissolve into the water.
  4. Turn off the heat, let cool, store in the refrigerator. Before eating, sprinkle some cinnamon powder on top.

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