Barley Ginkgo Nut With Foo Chuk & Quail Eggs Dessert
The Cantonese speaking Chinese call their sweet soup dessert “tong sui”. There is a wide variety of tong sui in Malaysia. There are stores that devote themselves just to selling different types of sweet soups. We do not have a specific time to take “tong sui”, some people even take it for supper but in the Chinese restaurants, they usually served “tong sui” at the end of a meal as dessert. Traditionally, sweet soup is usually served hot but like things changes with time, nowadays, it can be served hot or cold. For me, having a bowl of ice cold barley ginkgo nuts, foo chuk sweet soup is divine especially when the weather is so hot here.