Hainan chicken poop creeper dessert sounds gross. Is it even edible? But it is a popular traditional dessert in Hainan. You can have a taste of it when you visit Hainan. It’s an acquired taste for sure.
For my family, we can have it whenever we crave for it. That is because the Hainan chicken poop creeper grows wild on our land.
After washing and drying the chicken poop creeper that we picked, it was sent to the miller. After collecting the flour from the miller, my second nephew’s wife commenced to make the dough.
Making Hainan chicken poop creeper dessert
Second daughter-in-law added some hot water to the chicken poop creeper flour and mixed them well to form a dough. The dough should not stick to the sides of the mixing bowl.
Once the dough was ready, the other family members came to help. Making a Hainan chicken poop creeper dessert is a family affair. Everyone gathers around to chat about their life in school, at work or at home.
With many hands helping, we were able to finish shaping the rice cakes quickly.
Sister-in-law had already prepared the coconut milk for the sweet soup base, so we heat it and added the rice cakes in.
If the coconut milk soup is too creamy for your taste, you can cook a ginger soup base.
We have to stir the rice cakes constantly to prevent the dough from sticking together. The rice cake is cooked once it floats to the surface of the coconut milk. Serve it hot or cold.
鸡屎藤粑仔是著名的海南甜点。 一家人聚集在一起制作海南传统的鸡屎藤粑仔。 这是琼海式的鸡屎藤粑仔。