Black sesame soup is a form of Tong sui in Cantonese cuisine of China, the crushed black sesame seeds is boiled with sugar, sometimes glutinous rice flour is added.
Black sesame soup is also known as black sesame paste. Probably it is the thickest of all tong sui, the people who like it would choose red bean soup too. As they are both thick and can be easily home-made.
- 8 oz. black sesame seeds
- 1.8 pound black soya bean-milk
- 16 oz. glutinous rice flour
- 1 oz granulated sugar
- All the main ingredients we will need for black sesame soup, measure them and set aside in separated bowl.
- I used packet soft sugar, but you can use white or rock sugar as desired.
- Add glutinous rice flour in boiling pot fist, then add soybean mil, stirring constantly until thicken and well mixed.
- Turn on fire, then heat soup mixture over low heat, keep on stirring while simmering, so that it won’t sticky to pot.
- And add sugar together to the pot, continue stirring until sugar was melted completely.
- While the dessert is going to be sticky, add black sesame seeds.
- Stirring around over low heat until it becomes paste.
- Serve this black sesame soup hot or cool.