A delish fusion dish uses prawns which much loved by many Aussies and a nice touch of peanuts and digestive oolong. Tasty entree for your next dinner party! For Oolong/Formosa Green Jade ingredient, visit our […]
In South Africa, there is a sweet pastry known as a “koeksister” (literally translated as “cake sister” and pronounced “cook-sister”). It is like sweet deep fried bread and is often enjoyed during Easter. This Oolong Koeksisters is a delightful twist to this tasty hot bread.
The well known Chinese dessert, “Tong Yuan” (Soup Balls), is often served in Chinese new year to symbolise union. It can be made with kids, and the oolong addition gives you the welcome break from the doughyness of this traditional dessert.