Longan Tong Sui


It’s great as a snack, a drink, or a dessert at any time of day. Take a chance and see whether you like it; you could be surprised!

Longan dried is one of the items i bring home. In the United States, dried longan isn’t that difficult to find, but in Malaysia, it’s a lot cheaper. Tong Sui/dessert is one of my favorite ways to incorporate dried longan into my diet.

Snow Fungus, Red Dates, and Ginkgo Nuts are usually what I use to make my LONGAN DESSERT. That I can serve it either hot or cold is the best part (with ice added).

This is a delicious dessert or thirst quencher for any time of the day.

To discover if you like it, try it…

There are just 23 calories in one serving of this meal.


  • 56 g to 85 g of dried longan
  • 12 ginkgo nuts
  • 6 cups of water
  • 6 dried red dates
  • 5 pieces snow fungus
  • sugar


  1. Set a pot of water to a rolling boil. Incorporate the dried longan, ginkgo nuts, and snowfungus into the dish. As soon as the water turns a dark brown, remove it from the heat and allow it to cool.
  2. Add sugar to your taste. Ice cubes can be served either hot or cold.

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