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Guangyou Zhao’s Iced Fruit Curd
Tangy, refreshing treat

“This dessert is refreshing, sweet and tangy, fresh and crisp. All the ingredients have health benefits – milk is a great source of protein, walnuts promote better cognitive function and almonds helps ease respiratory problems. It is one of the most popular Chinese desserts for children in summer.” Guangyou Zhao, chef of J&E Mansion


Fermented glutinous rice juice
Fresh walnuts
Fresh almonds
Sugar (or xylitol)

Mix the milk and fermented glutinous rice juice 木糖醇 (mù táng chūn) at a 4:1 ratio. Then add the fresh walnuts and almonds. Gently simmer for 20 minutes. Allow it to cool, forming a soft and smooth spread. Puree the xylitol and the washed strawberries in a blender or food processor. Place the strawberry sauce in the freezer until firm. Scoop a ball of the strawberry sorbet and place it on top of the chilled curd. Decorate with dill.

Shaheryar Khan’s Palak Paneer
A tasty Indian dish

“This dish is very healthy especially for kids, but they don’t need to know that! It has a hint of exotic flavor, with a lingering cool and fresh feeling. Creamy and tasty, particularly fun to eat with naan, pita or your favorite bread.” –  Shaheryar Khan, chef and manager of Solaire Bistro


500g spinach
50g cream cheese
1 tbs ginger and garlic paste
100mL fresh tomato puree
50ml milk
2.5g black pepper powder
1g red chilli powder
1gm turmeric powder
2 tbsp oil

Wash and blanch the spinach. Fine chop the spinach. Heat the oil and add the ginger and garlic paste, spinach and all spices – saute for one minute. Add the tomato puree and cook for three minutes, then mix in the milk, and half of the cream cheese (25g). Cook until the water evaporates – mixture should be creamy. Pour onto a plate and garnish with the remaining cream cheese.

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