Osmanthus Snowskin Moooncake

My first encounter with Osmanthus 桂花 is when my dear Taiwan friend send me a big bottle of Osmanthus Honey and I really love it.

The lotus paste is Osmanthus flavour.

The light tinge of yellow on the snowskin (which is not visibly seen here) is becos the snowskin is infuse with Osmanthus Flowers.

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3 Responses to Osmanthus Snowskin Moooncake

  1. ida says:

    This is so lovely! the osmanthus flower frangrance must be reallllllly good!

  2. yap sook peng says:

    Hi Elyn

    My query is not about mooncakes but i must say that the mooncakes are really beautiful! actually, need to ask u about a recipe in the chinese cookbook which i bought from you recently. On page 48 which is the cabbage plus chicken wing dish, i am not sure which soya sauce to use. should i use dark soya sauce or the light one? in fact, i notice the author did not specify which type of soya sauce to use in all other recipes. can advise me on that asap cause i am cooking the dish this weekend. in fact, have got all the ingredients ready. thks
    regards
    sook peng

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