Golden Snow Pear

with Bird's Nest

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10

min

Preparation

60

min

Cook

Easy

Difficulty

3

Steps

6

Ingredients

Soothe yourselves with this refreshing yet light dessert, a unique take on pear soup

Let's start cooking!

Apricot kernels and wolfberries in pot

Step 1 - Boil apricot kernel and wolfberries

  • Put the apricot kernel and wolfberries into a pot of boiling water.

  • Depending on how sweet you want the dish to be, add 2 Tbsp sugar (adjust according to preference) and boil for 15 minutes, then set aside.

Carved snow pears

Step 2 - Carve the snow pears

  • To make a bowl with the snow pears, cut the top of the pear to make a lid and remove the flesh with a spoon in the center of the pear (deep enough to make a bowl)
Pear added into soup

Step 3 - Plate and steam the dish

  • Place the bird nest into the snow pear bowls

  • Pour the wolfberry and apricot kernel stock into the snow pear and place into the steamer for 45 minutes

Traditionally eaten as a beauty food, bird’s nest can also clear phlegm, ease chronic dry coughs and relieve fatigue. In fact, it contains proteins, amino acids and minerals that are essential for healthy development.

Garnish and serve!

Golden snow pear with bird nest and wolfberries and apricot kernels

Top with boiled wolfberries and apricot kernels. Serve while hot.

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