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    Default Glutinous Rice Balls @ Woodlands?

    Any recommendation? Need to eat glutinous rice balls (tang yuan) leh.
    I am stuck in an expensive hobby, but yet not willing to save myself

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    Default Re: Glutinous Rice Balls @ Woodlands?

    go ntuc and buy, then boil at home.

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    Default Re: Glutinous Rice Balls @ Woodlands?

    I bought glutionous rice flour from ntuc, mix with a little water and make tiny round balls, then plonk it into boiling water - wait until it is cooked (will float when cooked). pick up with strainer (if your gong fu is good, try pick up with chopstick)
    Then boil some water with some sugar. dunk the cooked one into the sugar water and serve in bowl.

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    Default Re: Glutinous Rice Balls @ Woodlands?

    Quote Originally Posted by aryanto View Post
    I bought glutionous rice flour from ntuc, mix with a little water and make tiny round balls, then plonk it into boiling water - wait until it is cooked (will float when cooked). pick up with strainer (if your gong fu is good, try pick up with chopstick)
    Then boil some water with some sugar. dunk the cooked one into the sugar water and serve in bowl.
    wa... i think mine was overkilled

    i boiled pandan leaves in water. let it slowly boil. flour buy already,add water mix. same as urs. made 2 colors, red and white. some big some small. then bought the ones with feelings and all put inside the water. add the brown sugar, loads of it. bring to boil.

    if i'm bored, i'll take out the no flavour balls, get some crushed sugared nuts and dip. becomes instant muah chee

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    Quote Originally Posted by allenleonhart View Post
    wa... i think mine was overkilled
    if a cooked one floats to surface, where does an overcooked one goes?

    i boiled pandan leaves in water. let it slowly boil. flour buy already,add water mix. same as urs. made 2 colors, red and white. some big some small. then bought the ones with feelings and all put inside the water. add the brown sugar, loads of it. bring to boil.
    did it say ouch?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kuanwk View Post
    if a cooked one floats to surface, where does an overcooked one goes?



    did it say ouch?
    opps i meant fillings

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    Quote Originally Posted by allenleonhart View Post
    opps i meant fillings
    sorry, juz having a pun at ur expense..

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    Quote Originally Posted by kuanwk View Post
    sorry, juz having a pun at ur expense..
    but i had a good laugh. cant believe i typed feelings

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