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Tuesday, 9 October 2012

地瓜圆紅豆泥珍珠粉圓绿茶豆花Sweet Potato & Pearl Q Balls with Red Bean Paste and Green Tea Tau Fu Fa


住在这里很得意,因为每年的十月和四月我们都会调时钟,上星期六就为了要享受更多的阳光,我们把时钟都调快了一个小时,现在悉尼比马来西亚是快了三个小时而不是两个小时,虽然只是小改变,但是每逢要打电话给妈妈,还是要提醒自己现在马来西亚是几点钟?

好,上绿茶豆腐时有提过这是个一谱两食的甜品,现在马上向大家介绍这在台湾甜品店常常出现的甜品,地瓜圆红豆泥珍珠粉圆绿茶豆花,名字够长了吧!这一两年台式甜品店在这里开了一间又一间,单单在我老爷奶奶住的那一区就有三间,其中两间卖的都是类似今天我要和大家分享的这个甜品!当它们新开张时也有去关顾,试试这些甜品,真的很不错

Remember that when I posted the Green Tea Tau Fu Fa, I mentioned that besides eating this dessert with some red bean paste, I also converted it into a Taiwanese dessert? Here it’s my version of the Taiwanese dessert which makes up by sweet potato Q balls, black pearls, red bean paste & of course the green tea tau fu fa! 

ZenQ卖的甜品在这里可以看到它的完整菜单。而在鲜芋仙卖的甜品在这里可以看到。因为是自由发挥,所以我用了四种我都爱的甜点把它们混合起来!卖相怎样?偷偷地告诉你,拍完照片後,我便以狂风扫落叶般的速度把这碗甜品吃乘八成,份量十足,够可怕了吧!希望你们会喜欢!

This dessert was inspired by the 2 Taiwanese dessert shops which I have visited before & I can tell you that they are both looking & tasting good, hahaha!  In the past 2 years, there are more & more Taiwanese dessert shops being opened in Sydney & just in where my parents-in-law are living, there are 2 shops there, one is called Zen Q & another one is called Meet Fresh! You can view their full menu here & here!

地瓜圆紅豆泥珍珠粉圓绿茶豆花
Sweet Potato & Pearl Q Balls with Red Bean Paste and Green Tea Tau Fu Fa
(Recipe Source: Jessie-CookingMoments)
Serves 4

Orange Sweet Potato Q Balls Ingredients:
100g Mashed Orange Sweet Potato, sifted
50g Tapioca Flour
23g Caster Sugar
About 1tbsp Water

Green Tea Tau Fu Fa@Tofu Pudding Ingredients:
600ml Sweetened Soy Milk
1.5tsp Green Tea Powder
1/2tsp Agar-agar Powder
Some Dried Osmanthus Flower, to garnish

Other Ingredients:
100g Store-bought Black Pearls
8tbsp Store-bought Red Bean Paste
*Some honey + warm water, well-mixed*

Method:
1. To make the green tea tau fu fa, please click here to view the recipe.
2. To make the orange sweet potato Q balls, click here to view the recipe.
3. To prepare the pearl balls, heat a saucepan of water to boiling point, reduce to low-medium heat, add the pearls & cook until they float up. Continue cooking for 3 minutes. Strain & place them in a bowl, cover with room temperature water until serve.
4. To serve, spoon some tau fu fa into a bowl, follow by 2 table spoons of red bean paste, some sweet potato Q balls & pearls. *Spoon some diluted honey onto the pearls*(Forgot to include the honey in my draft posting). Garnish the red bean paste with some edible osmanthus flower.









70 comments:

  1. Oh, this is great! I love everything in it....wish I can have a bowl now. Or I should say wish I am staying nearby your place so I can pop in everytime when you cook something delicious.

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    1. Mel, it's good to be your neighbour too as you can cook & bake so well. I never thought of mixing these together until I tried Zen Q & Meet Fresh's desserts!

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  2. 看到这个,自然让我想起了台湾甜点。看来这个好好吃的。
    我看上了那个番薯圆粒。哈哈哈~

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    1. Joceline, 你去台灣時記得多吃一點!

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  3. Jessie, I read the title of this post a few times to digest what are you making! hahaha! Totally attractive and tempting!! BTW, what is the black pearl made of?

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    1. Siew, I actually didn't know how to name this dessert, do you have a better idea, hahaha! Ok, have you drunk of Taiwanese milk tea with black pearls b4? This is the same kind of pearls used & they are made of tapioca flour. Not sure of the exact ingredients though becoz I can buy it from the Asian grocery store.

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  4. I miss the dessert that ate in Taiwan, you are tempting me to have some now, yum!

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  5. Jessie~~
    好大一碗捏~~ 吃了就顶着个大肚腩哦~~

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    1. Sabrina, 對啊,所以我只能把豆花和紅豆泥吃完,最後還乘下一些地瓜圆和珍珠粉圓!

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  6. 一次过可以享用这么多种味道,这甜品一定很好吃,怎样,3012要不要表演这一道,这样我们就太有口福了,嘻嘻!

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    1. Eileen,可以啊,其實也有想到3012可以吃吃這台灣甜!我們可以分工合作,你做你的拿手地瓜圓,Joceline做豆花,再找個朋友做紅豆泥,我最senang,買一包珍珠粉圓回去就gao dim!

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  7. jessie。。全部都是我的最爱,我要一大碗,快快快邮过来。。看了真的beh tahan, 猛吞口水了。。哈哈。。

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    1. Karen, 能夠吸引到你是我的榮幸,現在馬上courier過去,等著收吧!

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  8. 好好吃的一碗甜品。。。
    我也要一大碗!! 可惜被Jessie吃完了,嘻嘻嘻!!

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    1. 珊珊, 還沒吃完,還乘下一些地瓜圆和珍珠粉圓,要不要殺掉, hahaha!

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  9. Wow looks really yummy! Never thought of pairing the usual snow ice items with tau foo fa instead of ice. Your homemade sweet potato balls looks so much more appealing than the ones we get from Snowflake and all :)

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    1. Hi, DoC, thanks for leaving a message here! I've seen snowflake in the magazine for so many times but sad to tell you that I haven't got the chance to try out yet! So far I've made these sweet potato tapiocal balls twice, most importantly is to get a smooth & not too dry dough. If leaving the dough expose without covering with cling wrap, it will dry out very quickly & all you have to do is to moisturise it with little bit of water.

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  10. Aiyo, Jessie! You re really tempting me, cannot tahan, I want to have two bowls of your dessert! There are 2 Taiwanese dessert restaurant near my office. So far, I haven't try for fear of addicted!

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    1. Phong Hong, I think you have made a good point here, I think I believe that if we love eating something, we will keep eating them. Just like I ban chips in my house becoz as soon as I see it, I will surely eat them, so I keep telling my husband not to bring home with chips, like that also can, hahaha!

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  11. 很赞!!!卖相真好~~
    我也喜欢这类甜品
    流口水了:)

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    1. 謝謝鯨魚的贊賞,馬來西亞有的賣這個嗎?

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  12. 不管不管,我要地瓜圆,我就是要地瓜圆。。。

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    1. 我給,多多都給,因為是Cass喔!

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  13. 单看就想吃了,呵呵!

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    1. Casey,這個吃法是不是有點創新?

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  14. 我很山芭涅,竟然没吃过这样的东西~哈哈!
    但妳的成品卖相好好噢,我好想吃一口试试~:)

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    1. spdong, 我想馬來西亞會有的賣,因為通常澳洲會比馬來西亞慢半拍的!

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  15. I didn't know can make our own Q balls using sweet potatoes... good idea. Love this bowl of dessert... so yummy!

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    1. Mich, yes, the dessert shops normally use taro & sweet potato to make.

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  16. 哇,很有卖相,让我想到近来在我这里很受欢迎的Black Ball^^
    好吃好吃!

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    1. Bernice, 什麼black ball,是不是珍珠奶茶的珍珠粉圓?

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  17. 刚刚吃剩2成,那现在应该连渣都不剩了咯?!
    下次再做,记得也准备一碗公给我哦!O(∩_∩)O

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    1. 什麼一碗,下次留兩大碗給你,我講的哦!

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  18. 很丰富的一道甜品。颜色mix到很好看。想那味道和口感也一定很佳。我也要一碗可以吗?

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    1. Li Shuan, I was so wanting to use purple sweet potato but hoh, may be the colour is too dull if pairing with red bean & black pearls, so "shot dao" to use orange sweet potato! Thanks you like it!

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  19. Marvelous! Very comforting and extremely flavorful

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    1. Hi cquek, do you have this in Penang?Looks like both Zen Q & MeetFresh have opened their branches in KL!

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  20. ohh。。我迟到了,还有没有呀??我要extra大腕的。。。咔咔咔!

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    1. 沒啦,下次留一大碗給我們可愛的myme!

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  21. Hi Jessie, please pass me 1 bowl, needless to say it must be very delicious till the last drop. The color combination very pretty.

    Have a nice week ahead.

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    1. Amelia, come come, let's sit down to eat & chat!

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  22. 我也是很喜欢吃甜品的人,这个ngm我哦!

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    关于那个汤匙的,我看看这星期有没有去KLCC,
    有的话会给你知道在哪里。

    我的email是: tracylow11111@hotmail.com

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    1. Tracy, 你真好,不過不用特地去啦,我可以等的,哈哈!

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  23. 刚好你吃剩的地瓜圆和珍珠,都是我的最爱!!

    ZenQ吃过两次,鲜芋仙吃过一次,不过最喜欢的还是雪花栈。我也超喜欢喝珍珠奶茶。

    12月你回来哦?可惜未能参与你们的派对。>.<

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    1. shan, 都說馬來西亞比澳洲快半拍,原來兩間都在那裏開了分店!雪花栈沒吃過,聽說台灣和香港的都做得很好吃!對啊,十二月會回去,行程已排得滿滿的!

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  24. Jessie, it looks like something we can get from Snowflake here. So colorful!

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    1. Yen, I must go to google about Snowflake later & not sure this time will have time to go out makan-makan or not!

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  25. 终于等到它出场了,光看这些照片就已令人赏心悦目了,下回记得多做些,不然不够分,呵呵!

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    1. 第一次做不知道會不會好吃,所以做了很少的分量,下次肯定做多多分留給大家吃!

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  26. 这特别的甜品看起来真的很想吃叻!我已经是最后了应该也没剩了吧!没关系看看也过瘾。。哈哈哈!

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  27. This looks like something they serve at Dessert Story which have branches popping up in the city and suburbs. Thanks for sharing, Jessie.

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    1. Hi Veronica, this type of dessert is getting more & more popular in every where. Just got to know that Malaysia & Singapore also have many branches!

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  28. Refreshing dessert! I have not made anything yet for Mimi's event! I wonder why time flies by so extremely fast!!! :)

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    1. Joyce, I love jellies & puddings, that's why I'm participating in the Aspiring Bakers#24!

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  29. Jessie, awesome shot my dear. I love the color combination and the composition.

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    1. Quay Po, the Taiwanese dessert shops are every where now & most of their dessert look so colourful & creative. Thanks you like it!

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  30. I've always wanted to try this, seeing them at the taiwanese desserts shops but they look seriously filling. And it's always right after a meal so I'm always too full to try it. Yours look so professionally done ... so much nicer than the gloopy glops I've seen served at those places.

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    1. Ping, yes, totally agree, all becoz of the Q balls & more Q balls, that's why I couldn't finished them. I had it for breakfast!

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  31. I think you can also open a stall to selling this, you have made it look exactly like those selling here..Nowadays this kind of Taiwanese desserts also very popular in Malaysia. So many shops around selling this type of dessert. The other day i tried one, not really impressed, no taro taste in the taro balls. Look like one day i must prepare this dessert at home.

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    1. Sonia, last time when I tried the dessert shop's taro Q balls, I also can't taste the flavour, same to my sweet potato Q balls. I think it is the texture doesn't matter, you try & let me know!

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  32. Aiyoo! this looks so good leh! I wanna have some too! Yum-yum :)

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    1. Kit, can you find Taiwanese dessert shop in your place? They are getting so popular & their shops are everywhere in Australia & Asia!

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  33. Awesome! I also thought this is store-bought. Love the pretty colours and look yummy too :)

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  34. Jess, this Taiwanese dessert of yours is so tempting. I think can't stop at a bowl. Love the QQ sweet potato balls, black pearl and green tea tau fu fah.

    mui..^^

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    1. Sabah has this type of dessert or not? Otherwise, you can wait until you go to KL to try later!

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  35. i never seen nor had anything like this! looks so appealing to me ! there's a taiwanese dessert stall here but i never seen this in their menu but that was quite long time ago i last stepped into that shop. i like to eat the tapioca chew balls so i know i will love these too!

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    1. Lena, there are more & more Taiwanese dessert shops opening in Malaysia & the latest one is called Black Balls, also available in Singapore!

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