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21 October 2012 @ 08:55 pm
Fruit Cream Anmitsu  

Fruit Cream Anmitsu

As the weather gets hotter these days, don’t you wish there was something cold and refreshing to cool you down? You may say “There’s ice cream!” but have you considered the calories in there?

Your worries are over! Join us as we’ll teach you how to prepare Fruit Cream ‘Anmitsu’ – a cooling dessert that is both easy to make and beneficial to health!

‘Anmitsu’ is a Japanese dessert consisting of many ingredients. It is usually made with ‘kanten’ and served with red bean paste, where the ‘An’ part of ‘Anmitsu’ is derived from. While the fruits, topped with a sweetened black syrup, or ‘mitsu’, contributed to the ‘mitsu’ part of ‘Anmitsu’.

So what are you waiting for? Come on down and learn how to make this traditional Japanese dessert and wow your friends!

Date: 24 November 2012 (Saturday)
Time: 1000 to 1200hrs (1st session); 1300 to 1500hrs (2nd session)
Venue: School of Engineering, Concourse Level (Block 22)
Admission: $6 (members); $8 (non-members)
To register, email Jun Feng at cu@tpjcg.org with the following details: Name: Matric Number: School: Year of Study: Contact No: Session interested:

Registration and payment is to be done latest by 22nd November 2012, Thursday.

SEAL points will be awarded for participation. We look forward to seeing you!

Originally posted at TPJCG.