Friday, March 21, 2014

Cashew Nut Tong Shui ~ with Bean Curd, Hard Boiled Egg & Toasted Sesame Seeds


Instead of cooking with peanut, do you think you can boil tong shui with cashew nut? Of course you can, although the idea might sound rather odd to you.

Boiling tong shui with cashew nut is totally doable & it's very delicious too, no different than peanut tong shui.

I first tested making tong shui with cashew nut when I was trying to boil bean curd barley tong shui & couldn't find ginkgo nut anywhere. I had lots of cashew nuts sitting in my kitchen then, & so I thought to myself, why not trying to substitute the ginkgo nuts with cashew nut instead.

Good thing, it didn't fail me, & my tong shui turned out just as nice.

Cashew nut is easier to be cooked through (soft) compared to peanut too. 

Today I'm cooking cashew nut tong shui that's very similar to peanut tong shui, the ingredients are simple & easy to get, & you can get this ready within just half an hour. 


* Step-by-Step Cooking Tutorials *

The ingredients you'll need : rock sugar, hard boiled egg, water, bean curd, toasted sesame seeds.

Place the cashew nuts in a pot & let it boil.

Add in the bean curd & turn to low heat to let it simmer for 30 minutes.

Serve with a hard boiled egg.

Optional : sprinkle with some toasted sesame seeds.

May serve warm or chilled. Enjoy!

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Cashew Nut Tong Shui ~ with Bean Curd, Hard Boiled Egg & Toasted Sesame Seeds
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Ingredients :
1 cup cashew nuts
1 hard boiled egg
1L water
About half a sheet of bean curd
Rock sugar, amount as preferred
Optional : toasted sesame seeds

Directions :
  1. Place the cashew nuts in a pot & let it boil.
  2. Add in the bean curd & turn to low heat to let it simmer for 30 minutes.
  3. Serve with a hard boiled egg, & sprinkle with some toasted sesame seeds.
  4. May serve warm or chilled.

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Friday, March 21, 2014

Cashew Nut Tong Shui ~ with Bean Curd, Hard Boiled Egg & Toasted Sesame Seeds

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Instead of cooking with peanut, do you think you can boil tong shui with cashew nut? Of course you can, although the idea might sound rather odd to you.

Boiling tong shui with cashew nut is totally doable & it's very delicious too, no different than peanut tong shui.

I first tested making tong shui with cashew nut when I was trying to boil bean curd barley tong shui & couldn't find ginkgo nut anywhere. I had lots of cashew nuts sitting in my kitchen then, & so I thought to myself, why not trying to substitute the ginkgo nuts with cashew nut instead.

Good thing, it didn't fail me, & my tong shui turned out just as nice.

Cashew nut is easier to be cooked through (soft) compared to peanut too. 

Today I'm cooking cashew nut tong shui that's very similar to peanut tong shui, the ingredients are simple & easy to get, & you can get this ready within just half an hour. 


* Step-by-Step Cooking Tutorials *

The ingredients you'll need : rock sugar, hard boiled egg, water, bean curd, toasted sesame seeds.

Place the cashew nuts in a pot & let it boil.

Add in the bean curd & turn to low heat to let it simmer for 30 minutes.

Serve with a hard boiled egg.

Optional : sprinkle with some toasted sesame seeds.

May serve warm or chilled. Enjoy!

------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Cashew Nut Tong Shui ~ with Bean Curd, Hard Boiled Egg & Toasted Sesame Seeds
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Ingredients :
1 cup cashew nuts
1 hard boiled egg
1L water
About half a sheet of bean curd
Rock sugar, amount as preferred
Optional : toasted sesame seeds

Directions :
  1. Place the cashew nuts in a pot & let it boil.
  2. Add in the bean curd & turn to low heat to let it simmer for 30 minutes.
  3. Serve with a hard boiled egg, & sprinkle with some toasted sesame seeds.
  4. May serve warm or chilled.

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