Shaved ice desert
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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!.
Baobing (Chinese: 刨冰; pinyin: bàobīng), also known by its Taiwanese Hokkien name is a Chinese shave ice dessert very common in China, Taiwan, and Malaysia.
It is especially popular during the summer. Baobing was eaten in China as early as the seventh century AD. To create the dessert, a large mound of ice.
Shaved ice is a large family of ice-based dessert made of fine shavings of ice or finely crushed ice and sweet condiments or syrups. Usually, the syrup is added after the ice has been frozen and shaved—typically at the point of sale.
However, flavoring can also be added before freezing. The dessert is consumed worldwide .
Description:With a simple shaved ice machine, you and your family can enjoy this refreshing treat all summer long. Have fun with topping such as red bean paste, shiratama dango, sweetened condensed milk and green tea ice cream. There was an unusual heat wave in San Francisco bay area last week with the temperature soaring above 90F almost everyday.