Aug
13
2014

Apple Red Dates Tea

This is one of the very first tongsui I learned to boil several years ago. I love the refreshing naturally sweet taste of the apples and red dates combined. They are not joking when they say ‘An Apple A Day Keeps the Doctor Away’ as apples is believed to attribute to healthy heart. The antioxidant compounds found in apples, help prevent LDL cholesterol from oxidizing and inhibit inflammation. Also, the soluble fiber in apples can lower bad cholesterol levels.

Red dates nourishes complexion so this Apple Red Dates drink is an excellent elixir of health.

apple red dates tong sui

Ingredients: Apples, Red Dates and honey rock sugar

Peel apples. Place peeled apples and red dates in a pot of water and bring to boil. Reduce heat and simmer for an hour. Add honey rock sugar if necessary. Sometimes the apples are so sweet that it is not necessary to add any sugar.

apple red dates tong sui dessert

Delicious refreshing apple red dates tea.

Served warm or chilled, they are equally good. I can feel my face glowing already! :P

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    Wah.. So simple and looks tasty.

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    Merryn Reply:

    It definitely is delicious. Ethan’s fav :)

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    Title sounds like somebody called “Apple Red” went dating with somebody called “:Tea”. Hehehehehe!!!!

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    Merryn Reply:

    Hahahahahha so funny you!

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    Wah … I want also !!

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    Merryn Reply:

    You buy apple and red dates. Bring back home, boil this and surprise your wife :)

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    Perfect for noob like me! Simple and yummy :D

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    Merryn Reply:

    Must learn must learn. Next time get pregnant drink this baby comes out cute cute rosy rosy :D

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    Sometimes I want to make this tong sui too, but usually once I take the apple out, my lazy worm activates, and I end up just peeling and eating the apple instead.

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    Merryn Reply:

    Lazy worm. Haha your apples have worms la..

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    Can use green apples instead of red apples? I have never eaten this before but it sounds tasty.

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    Merryn Reply:

    You might get sour tea instead of sweet if you use green apples. And instead of getting rosy cheeks, you’ll turn green like HULK? Haha :P

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    mun Reply:

    This is perfect as I like sourish food instead of sweet food. :) If this green apple tongsui can turn people into HULK then I’ll be rich because I am sure many people would want to pay to become HULK as HULK is big and strong. :p

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    realgunners Reply:

    Nowadays, Groot is the new Hulk… I.AM.GROOT!

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    How come I never think of mixing apples into dessert? Hehe, thanks for sharing!

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    Will the vit. in the apples after masak-ed get sesat?

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    mun Reply:

    most likely will, I think.

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    Looks good to me. :D

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    One of the easiest right? :)

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