Hashima with American Ginseng / Red Dates and Lotus Seeds

Hey everyone!

Frog boy is gonna share with you frog lovers some desserts where you are able to make it at home and give a treat to yourselves and family. =) This two desserts are called the “Hashima with American Ginseng” and “Hashima with Red Dates and Lotus Seeds”.

Hashima is known to help with moisturizing lungs and also to help curb coughing. And not only that, it help with skin complexion too! By enhancing the flavor of the dessert, you are able to as in a peel of orange where it will taste much better. It is a very delicious and nutritious dessert that can be made DIY. =)

1. Hashima with American Ginseng

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Dried hashima, soaked until soft and gelatinous.
5 pieces of American ginseng
2 red dates, pitted
150 – 200 ml water
Cane rock sugar, accordingly to individual preference for sweetness
1 small piece of fresh orange peel


1.  Place American ginseng, fresh orange peel, red dates and rock sugar into a small porcelain container with a fitting lid.
2.  Pour in 150ml to 200ml water.
3.  Double boil or steam for 1 1/2 to 2 hours.
4.  Serve warm.


2. Hashima with Red Dates and Lotus Seeds


30g Hashima
150g Lotus Seeds
12nos Red Dates
15-18 nos Dried Longan Fruits
1 bundle Pandan Leave
Some Shredded Ginger
Rock Sugar to taste
1. Soak Hashima with ginger and water over night. It will expand and turn white, drain and discard ginger, remove the dross. Set aside.
2. Fill the pot with 2.5L water, add lotus seed and pandan leave. Bring to boil and simmer till the lotus seeds is cooked.
3. Add in red dates and dried longan fruit, continue to boil till the longan fruit expanded.
4. Add in hashima and cooked for about 5 mins.
5. Lastly add rock sugar to taste.
6. Serve warm or chill.

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Ok peeps, So that’s all for today!
Frog boy signing off~


Hi everyone Frog boy here!

As we all know that frogs are friendly and kind creatures especially in our farm. =) But there’s a new species of frog found at the Peruvian Cloud Forest! It is said to have spines on its head and it is poisonous which would cause extreme pain!

The poison is more deadly than the secretions of a pit viper, and one of the discoverers, Carlos Jared of the Instituto Butantan in Sao Paulo found out the hard way. While collecting C. greeningi he got a spine in his hand: intense, radiating pain followed for the next five hours. It is one of the most venomous frogs!


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