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Sunday, April 1, 2012

Lotus Paste Sesame Balls


I love these sesame balls snacks anytime of the day. Especially with a cup of hot chinese tea.  Oooh, I'm in heaven!  You can find these in most dim sum restaurants and the filing is usually red bean, lotus paste or peanut.  I love the lotus paste most.  I made these same sesame balls in my earlier posts and the filing was red bean.  For the recipe and how to make them, please click here  Having a "Ball" of a time! 








17 comments:

  1. Omg...you made me crave for this. This is one of my favs...;)

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  2. Oooh, I'm in heaven, too! rewelacja! Pozdrawiam serdecznie

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  3. I love the texture of these balls, crispy but chewy! Heavenly food!

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  4. Wow, I love these sweet treats! Perfect after some dim sum!

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  5. looks fantastic! one of my favs too!!

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  6. i have seen these balls first time, am sure they taste divine.. am hooked to your blog, glad to follow you :)

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  7. wow, this looks amazing! Thank you for your visit on my blog!

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  8. I have never had these and I must say they look so good that I think I've been missing something. I'll have to give these a try. Have a great day. Blessings...Mary

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  9. Indeed that your lotus paste sesame seed balls looks very heavenly! The paste looks so smooth that it is almost "flowing" out the sesame ball.

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  10. Next time, make more! So that I can ta-pau! hehehe!

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  11. Wow! This sounds so interesting! Never had these but they are looking so tempting. Thanks for sharing

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  12. memang betul pro eh!! :))))))))))))

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  13. I do hope you will try this recipe...so simple to make and it's really really good. Cheers to all and thanks for visiting. :)

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  14. very yum n tasty..n pics r just fabulous......
    Maha

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  15. i love these too!! funny that a lot of dim sums here normally serve them with pandan filling.

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  16. What a beautiful dish!! I love making new recipes but sometimes steer clear when it comes to unfamiliar territory! I can't wait to try these!!

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