Chinese Dessert from Minjiang

May 30, 2009 at 10:14 am | Posted in Miss G: Food | 6 Comments
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A while back, Miss Glitzy had lunch at Minjiang@One North. The Peking Duck there requires no introduction as that is what the restaurant is famous for.

Miss Glitzy spotted someone having an interesting dessert and ordered that too. The dessert is the Chilled Tientsin Pear, Chrysanthemum Jelly and Fritillary Bulbs.


The blue liquid underneath was an eye-catcher, otherwise the dessert tasted somewhat like ice-jelly with a mixture of sweet and sour tastes. The chrysanthemum jelly was very refreshing though.

Miss Glitzy found the recipe of this dessert on OMY (You can change the language from Chinese to English). Anyway, this is a healthy dessert with the pear and chrysanthemum as ideal ingredients to cool our system in this warm weather.

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  1. I’ve never been to 1 North before, surely will go and try Minjiang! The dessert looks good!

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  2. Peach Blossoms have the chrysanthemum jelly too, and me loves it!

    • ok next time i wanna try Peach Blossoms’!

  3. Hmm, interesting. I’ve never had this type of Chinese dessert before. Thanks for sharing!

    xo, Becs

  4. […] duck meat, so the wrap tasted quite wholesome. However, I must say that I’m still a fan of Minjiang’s Peking […]

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