SHANGHAI ICE

Although not too sweet, the content of various fruits in it is rich in fructose, a type of natural glucose that is safe for the stomach.

Seaweed included in the Shanghai ice recipe is also rich in fiber, so it is enough to give you a sense of satiety while you wait at dinner.

SHANGHAI ICE

For fruit use, make sure you choose fresh and good quality fruits. If one of the fruits contained in the recipe is not on the market, you are free to replace it with another fruit, according to your taste.

INGREDIENTS:
  • 100 grams of black grass jelly
  • 100 grams of young coconut meat
  • 100 gr young jackfruit, cut into small cubes
  • 200 grams of avocado meat, diced
  • 100 gr kolang kaling ready to use, thinly sliced
  • 100 g of seaweed
  • 5 tablespoons of red syrup
  • 5 tablespoons of sweetened condensed milk
  • 500 gr shaved ice
INSTRUCTIONS:
  1. Prepare a serving glass.
  2. Arrange the black grass jelly, avocado, young coconut, jackfruit, cabbage, seaweed in a glass. Cover with shaved ice to mount.
  3. Pour the top of shaved ice with red syrup and liquid milk.
  4. Serve immediately.
The hallmark of Shanghai ice is the use of shaved ice that mounts on top of a glass. So that the shaved ice doesn't melt, prepare this Shanghai ice for about 30 minutes before the breaking time arrives. Draw ice about five minutes before serving, so as not to melt. Good luck with the Shanghai ice recipe, don't forget to share the story in the comments column!

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