Edible moonstones with lotus paste

Homemade Chinese-style sweets, served on a bed of black glutinous rice paste drizzled with coconut milk.

Moonstone dough (makes about 20 Moonstones, 20g each)
100g Kaofen (Glutinous Rice Flour), sifted
80g icing sugar, sifted
30g shortening
150g iced water
Lotus paste mixed with almond flakes (25g for each Moonstone)
Black glutinous rice base
200g black glutinous rice flour
50ml coconut milk
30g sugar
600ml water

1. Mix ingredients for moonstone dough and knead carefully
2. Roll lotus paste into balls
3. Wrap lotus paste balls with moonstone dough and fold / roll to shape
4.Drizzle with Kaofen for additional texture and serve
5. Black glutinous rice base
6. Boil water with black glutinous rice flour o Add sugar until mixture becomes starchy o Drizzle coconut milk
7. To act as the base for the dish
Arrange moonstones on top of the black glutinous rice base and serve

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