Almond jelly


Almond jelly

Almond jelly is a popular dessert in Hong Kong. The dessert is also popular in Taiwan, Singapore, and Japan and often found in dim sum restaurants worldwide. Almond jelly can be made using instant mix or from scratch. It can be eaten alone or with fruit.

External links

* [http://www.chinatownconnection.com/almond-tea-jelly-recipe.htm Recipe for Almond Jelly]
* [http://www.roseskitchenette.com/?p=11 Almond jelly Recipe] from Rose's Kitchenette


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