[RECIPE] Chapssaltteok with Korean Persimmon

This year, Korean persimmons from the City of Changwon returned to Vancouver. And the Fuyu persimmons from Korea are juicy with a good crunch. It is perfect to eat it on its own or turn them into both sweet and savory dishes. I decided to incorporate these lovely persimmons into one of the popular winter desserts in Korea, Chapssaltteok (also known as Korean rice cakes).

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[RECIPE] German Pudding Tart

German Pudding Tart is recently one of the popular desserts in Asia. It is similar to HK-style egg tart, except it is 2x bigger in size. The tart shell is a buttery shortbread crust, and the filling is silky smooth and tastes just like pudding. If you have a butane torch, you can easily make a creme brulee version. It may look difficult, but it only requires minimal ingredients and less than 30 minutes to prepare. It is satisfying to bite into a treat with such contrasting texture.

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