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Tanghulu Recipe, Crispy Sugar Coated Fruit

Tanghulu even known as bingtanghulu is an old-fashioned Chinese goodies of candied fruit. They are made from various kinds of tiny fruits, the fruit remains smooth and succulent on the inside and the goodie coating includes a crispy, sweet outside that is actually fantastic. Sugarcoated haws, sour and toothsome, any ages, it is not just tasty however also extremely fine-looking. It from north China, however it is now widely easily available in the majority of Chinese urban areas, like Beijing, Tianjin, and Shanghai. This food is going to use strawberries, which actually combines nicely with the candy coating.
Prep Time10 mins
Cook Time20 mins
115 mins
Total Time30 mins
Course: Main Course
Cuisine: American
Keyword: Tanghulu Recip
Servings: 4 people
Calories: 280kcal



  • Start by taking out the calyx and remove.
  • When this is done get your skewers and thread 4-5 strawberries into each skewer.
  • When skewering the strawberries make certain that they are going in the equivalent position which there is a couple of inches of skewer to hang on to.
  • Put strawberry skewers apart.
  • Hereafter step get a huge pan and gather the water together with the granulated sugar plus corn syrup.
  • Stir till there are no bits of sugar present.
  • Put the pan over medium heat and keep quiet.
  • Enable to boil for approximately 15 mins or till it comes to 290 degrees.
  • Since it avoids rough last goods, it is extremely important not to stir the mix.
  • 10. When the candy coating is ready set out a piece of wax paper, switch off the heat and gets a strawberry skewer.
  • 11. Rapidly spoon the candy over the strawberries ensuring to coat all parts.
  • 12. Put on wax paper and repeat.
  • 13. Make it possible for the tanghulu to serve and cool.