papaya sago milk
  • March 09,2023

Three steps to eating flowers First, choose fresh and clean flowers. 1. Try to choose flowers that are not contaminated with pesticides. If they have been contaminated with pesticides, they must be cleaned; 2. Try to choose flowers that have just faded. Second, soak fresh flowers before cooking. Disassemble whole flower, remove calyx, remove petals one by one and soak in clean water for 2-3 hours. Finally, choose appropriate cooking method. Fragrant tea: Dried flowers and custards. Method: Remove calyx and pedicel from buds or first blooming flowers, spread corolla in thin layers down and dry over low heat or in oven. Turn occasionally when drying to distribute heat evenly. Once dry, place in an airtight container and refrigerate. Brew directly with hot water while drinking, you can add rock sugar, honey, etc. to increase sweetness. Applicable flowers: rose, chrysanthemum, lotus, osmanthus, water lily, camellia, jasmine, pear, gardenia, lavender, cherry, magnolia, etc. Flower wine: infused with fresh flowers or dried petals. Method: Soak petals in salt water for 2 hours, remove astringency and sterilize, then gather and dry in shade, add white wine and at same time add an appropriate amount of rock sugar. After sealing, keep in a cool place for 2-3 months, let fragrance and color of flower fully blend into wine, and then drink. Applicable flowers: chrysanthemum, dandelion, osmanthus, jasmine, rose, orchid, plum, camellia, cherry, lotus, magnolia, pansy, etc. Flower porridge: boil flower petals with rice and water to make porridge . Method: Soak petals in salt water for 2 hours, remove astringency and sterilize, then boil with rice and water.

Ingredients: two cloves, half a papaya and a carton of milk.
  • 1 papaya sago milk

    Two cloves and half a papaya.

  • 2 papaya sago milk

    A carton of milk, 30 grams of sago, granulated sugar.

  • 3 papaya sago milk

    Remove seeds from papaya, cut into pieces and set aside.

  • 4 papaya sago milk

    Tear off petals of carnations, soak them in lightly salted water for 2 hours, drain water and set aside.

  • 5 papaya sago milk

    Boil sago in water, then scoop it up and put it in a bowl for later use.

  • 6 papaya sago milk

    Pour some water into a saucepan and boil, add some rock sugar, stir until rock sugar has melted and turn off heat.

  • 7 papaya sago milk

    Pour milk into sugar water and add papaya pieces.

  • 8 papaya sago milk

    Sprinkle with clove petals and serve.