Chinese shaved ice
Taiwanese Shaved Ice Desserts: Bào Bīng (剉冰) and Xue Hua Bing (雪花冰)
Baobing (Chinese: 刨冰; pinyin: bàobīng), also known by its Taiwanese Hokkien name is a Chinese shave ice dessert very common in China, Taiwan, and Malaysia. It is especially popular during the summer. Baobing was eaten in China as early as the seventh century AD. To create the dessert, a large mound of ice.
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Bào Bīng (剉冰)
Sep 18, Recipe: chinese shaved ice dessert (bao bing) The Crazy Rain stopped earlier this week and now we seem to be back to our late summer pattern of cooler.
Description:Yet Chinese people are missing out, as baobing can look as good as it tastes, with the texture of shaved ice being a work of art in itself! Again — the 70s. In fact, you have to look carefully to spy the finely pulverized ice that has been at the heart of such seasonal treats since the 7th century. Still, I would always want a Kakigori if I go back to Japan! At least based on Hollywood movie versions of snow angels!