Tuesday, September 1, 2009

The Magic of Ginger Tea and Glutinous Dumplings

Chinese do not use ginger only for cooking. Ginger tea, ginger soup, ginger milk, ginger milk tea…are very popular Chinese drinks. Apart from its medical function of warding off body cold and rheumatism, it also improves digestive system and relieving pains especially for soar throats.

I like the fragrance of ginger. Even at home, I add ginger juice to my milk tea and I really love it. Tonight the ginger dessert I have is really very delicious – Glutinous Dumplings in Ginger Tea – highly recommended.


薑茶湯丸, 甘香可口
Glutinous Dumplings in Ginger Tea
The dumplings has sesame paste stuffing
HK$24 (US$3)
My Shanghainese dinner also include this yummy
Stir Fried La Mian with Shedded Eel
蟮糊炒拉面 HK$56 (US$7.2)

Crystal Jade La Mian Xiao Long Bao 翡翠拉面小笼包
3/F Tai Yau Arcade, 181 Johnston Road, Hong Kong.

Telephone: 852-2573-8844
This restaurant charges HK$3/px for tea and 10% service charge

Hong Kong Food Blog - Ginger Tea with Glutinous Dumplings

2 comments:

Celina said...

Hi,

So wonderful to see these food again. I have worked in Hongkong before, and have always a high regard of its food culture.

The dumplings in ginger tea is something to take note of. you´re right, it´s magic.

Thanks for this post!

thegodscake said...

this looks delicious!
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http://thegodscake.wordpress.com

Michael