Sunday, 18 December 2011

Introducing Power Chendol

If you haven't tasted Power Chendol before, it naturally means that you have never tasted a real Chendol before. Let me show you how does it look like...

Power Chendol
Ingredients are Ice, Red Bean, Green Colored Jelly, Coconut milk and sugar.
The taste of this Power Chendol is so crazily sweet that I think having it
once in every three months should be more than enough for me.

Red Beans and Peanuts Ice
Unlike all the other Red Beans and Peanuts Ice out there in the market,
this place uses blanched peanuts as one of the ingredients for the dessert.
I think this the peanuts used for this dessert taste much better than the
usual chunky peanuts that dessert stalls have been using. It blends with the
Red Beans much much better and this sort of reminds me of another delicacy in
Singapore, which is peanut soup... Yummy.

Mount Fuji
Why Mount Fuji? Initially, I have mistaken the green color on this dessert
with the rice jelly that we are getting in a normal bowl of Chendol.
But I was wrong, the green color were actually Green Tea, which sort of
explains the reason of giving this dessert that name of Mount Fuji. ==""

Just by taking a look at this dessert and you can easily
understand why this dessert was given the name 'Volcano'.
Basically its a mountain of ice topped with red beans
followed by condensed milk.

So where is this stall located?

The stall is located at 'ABC Brickworks Market/Food Centre'.
Besides for this dessert stall, delicacies like
'Chao Zhou' fish balls, Fried Hokkien Prawn noodles,
Satay Bee Hoon, etc can be found in the same market too.

* Click here for the map of ABC Brickworks Market/Food Centre.
^ Click here to find out what other delicacy can be found in the ABC Brickworks Market/Food Centre.

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