Mung Beans Dessert

I have been craving for something sweet to eat… So, I decided to make myself a dessert with mung beans which I bought during the last visit to China this lazy Saturday.

Mung beans are easy to cook as they do not need to be soaked in water before its use.

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Yummyyyy…

Mung Beans Soup
[Ingredients: serving 4]
– Dried mung beans: 100g
– Sugar: 50g
– Glutinous rice flour: 1 cup
– Water (for Glutinous rice flour): 50cc
– Goji berry

1) Pour water into a deep pan and boil the dried mung beans for about 30 minutes until they become soft.
2) Add sugar to 1) and keep boiling for a furher 15 minutes.

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3) In a separate bowl, mix the glutinous rice flour with water. Be careful not to add too much water. You can have a better texture when the amount of water is moderately low.
4) Next, form the dough into small balls (dumpling).
5) Heat water in a pan and add the dumplings boiling point. After adding the dumplings, stir the pan with a rice paddle or similar and wait until they float.
6) Boil at high heat for 2 to 3 minutes and gradually the dumplings will start to float. When all the dumplings have floated, boil for a further 1 minute and remove the dumplings from the pan and cool them in cold water.
7) Place 2) into a serving bowl followed by the dumplings. Sprinkle goji berry to entertaining your eyes!

A good healthy dessert!!

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One thought on “Mung Beans Dessert

  1. Aranami says:

    This desseret resembles to Japanese desseret “Zenzai”. We use read beans. You must have cooked it well 😉

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