Asian shaved ice
The heat of Asia is only cured with icy dessert treats. Toppings, ice, and sweet syrup are main ingredients but each country has its own twist!.
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Baobing (Chinese: 刨冰; pinyin: bàobīng), also known by its Taiwanese Hokkien name Tsuabing is a shaved ice dessert found in China and Taiwan.
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Description:In true Filipino style, they just chuck the kitchen sink at this dessert and see what it ends up looking like at the end! Yet Chinese people are missing out, as baobing can look as good as it tastes, with the texture of shaved ice being a work of art in itself! It is available with a variety of toppings, but most common seem to be fresh mango when in season. By Mark Wiens 20 Comments 1. Halo Halo — Manila, Philippines The local Filipino mixed ice desert usually consists of sweet palm fruit, jack fruit, coconut pulp, sweet mung beans, deep purple yams, and maybe some corn or tapioca pearls. The queue sprawls out the door at Jonker 88 and waiters rapidly serve the glorified treat. Es pisang ijo is a brilliant icy creation and a wonderful dessert in Indonesia.