Traditional drifting tea is delicious

Traditional drifting tea is delicious

Drifting tea is a very popular sweet dish in Vietnam. The street vendors, restaurants, and restaurants all have tea to make desserts or just sweet dishes for those who love Vietnamese tea cuisine.
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Ingredients
7
Time
60 minutes
Servings
6
Level
Medium
Ingredients
Glutinous flour 300 gram
Mung bean 120 gram
Pandan 2 leaf
Đường thốt nốt 200 gram
Coconut milk 80 ml
Ginger 2 leaf
Olive oil 1 spoon
Implementation Steps
01
When buying green beans, you should soak them thoroughly with cold water thoroughly to filter out all the dust in beans. Then, soak the beans in water for 1 hour before cooking to cook quickly. Picked beans, drain when fully soaked for 1 hour. Prepare a large pot to cook the beans, add 1 teaspoon of salt to the pot to cook together.
02
When the beans are ripe, add 2 tablespoons of sugar, 1 teaspoon of olive oil and coconut milk to the pot, stir until the beans are dry, turn off the heat and let the beans cool. Vo, you can turn into small balls with a radius of about 1cm
03
Making the outer part. Flour you pour out on a flat surface, add some water to stir well for the powder to absorb. Knead the dough continuously until it is no longer sticky and has a certain fineness that stops
04
Divide the dough into small pieces to fit the size of the bean you have created. Press the dough and surround the beans, creating a nice tea ball. Make until all the flour and beans are gone
05
Prepare a pot of water, when boiling water you drop each tea ball to boil until the tea emerges, it is ripe, remove it to put in a bowl of cold water. Cooking ginger water: For about 3 cups of boiling water and then shredded ginger with pandan leaves, add jaggery to the cooking pot until the sugar is completely dissolved. About 5 minutes, you put the tea to cook together, cook another 3 minutes, then turn off the heat. It's done!
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