【Workshops】[Old Pot Farm] Kueh Red Tortoise Kueh Cao Zi Kueh Hand-made Experience DIY Parent-child Learning Together

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I took the children to know and miss. When I was a child, my grandma was good at good taste. You can make "Kuih" by yourself and take it home to enjoy not only delicious but also joy. Follow the children to experience the tradition by hand and experience the culture with fun; we are convinced that experience imitation is the most primitive learning
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2021/12/10 (Fr
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Taiwan / Hsinchu City
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1 hour
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No age restriction
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Fresh Ingredients
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【Workshops】[Old Pot Farm] Kueh Red Tortoise Kueh Cao Zi Kueh Hand-made Experience DIY Parent-child Learning Together

Workshop Description

"Red Tortoise Kueh" is a kind of glutinous rice food used in traditional festivals. It has a flat appearance and is about the size of a palm. The red tortoise print is wrapped with red bean filling, which means auspicious and quite pleasing traditional sweets. Cao Tsai Kueh (Hakka vegetable buns) is traditionally used as a rice food for worship. It is filled with shredded radish and chopped into pieces. The kuih is chewy, soft and non-sticky, and has a light fragrance when chewed carefully. The material is Red Tortoise Kueh x2 Cao Zi Kueh x2 (you can taste the finished product by yourself). 1. Wrap glutinous rice flour with edible (red yeast) or green (spinach) powder and sugar, add syrup, and knead it into a kuih ball. 2. Wrap special red bean paste or fried radish shreds with oiled wooden mold to print and shape. 3. Steam it (about 30 mins). Natural without preservatives, it can be tasted on-site after production.