Friday, February 18, 2011

Weekend Food Tour: Glutinous Rice Ball Soup

February 17, ends the celebartion of Chinese New Year. Mostly people here are eating Tang Yuan 湯 圓 or Sweet Round Glutinous Rice Soup with Black/Red Beans on this day. The roundness of the glutinous rice symbolize the 15th day of Lunar New Year , the first full moon, and the family wholeness.
This is not much sweet, which is good!

Another celebration is
Food Trip Friday

17 comments:

Cheerful said...

i think i have tasted something like that already, they usually served it here after your meal in a chinese restaurant...i like it and with your photo, it looks delicious! happy food trip friday! :)

Luna Miranda said...

i guess this is the Chinese version of bilo-bilo.:p

i miss bilo-bilo in ginataan.*drool*

foodamn! said...

looks yummy!
Food trippin'

maiylah said...

does remind me of a snack which has coconut milk in it...yumm! :)

 gmirage said...

ditto Luna! bilo-bilo sans gata! kamiss!

[pinkc00kies] said...

awww. i miss guinataang halo-halo :P

chubskulit said...

Looks tasty!

Spice Up Your Life

Clarissa said...

gosh,ako rin!!Kaka-miss ang ginataang bilo-bilo and for sure masarap din yang plain,kasi hinde overly sweetened^_^

http://ties-bonding.blogspot.com/2011/02/food-trip-friday-kaiten-sushi.html

HAppy FTF!

Gene said...

I've tasted this once in a food trip/walking tour in Chinatown. We're given just a couple of spoont but just the glutinous balls and sauce. I liked the taste but forgot what it's called. Now I know what to order when we visit a Chinese restaurant.

happy food trip friday!

Gengen said...

Looks yummy one,. Happy FF!

Jay-agent112778 said...

i what that one now, but cold. Halo-halo style lots of ice and milk


heres my share for the weekend

♥FoodTripFriday♥ said...

Dami namang alam na celebration ng mga chinese!

Noobfoodie said...

parang ginataang bilu-bilu. mukhang masarap. happy ftf!

shydub said...

Namimiss ko na rin ito sa may food court sa gaisano hehe

http://www.tsangreqz.com/2011/02/ftf-ppc-for-pizza-peanut-and-chips/

inday_adin said...

I don't know if I have had some Glutinous Rice Ball soup before, but it reminds me of the binignit sort of food. :) It looks delicious though. Visiting via FTF.

Adin B

shopannies said...

this is a new and interesting recipe to me think I will add it to the to try list

Meaghan Luby said...

looks awesome! ha, fantastic
glad to have found your blog!
-meg
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