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    Kem Trai Vai Voi Gung- Lychee and Ginger Ice

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    • on January 21, 2012

      WOW! This is delicious and impressive! Really a special recipe to serve to guests!
      I love the exotic taste of the lychees with the ginger.
      I used canned ginger and fresh for decoration.
      Will do it again!

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    • on December 13, 2008

      OUTSTANDING TREAT! I more or less followed Jen's suggestions & included all the lychee juice & served it in bowls for the 2 of us, & in no time, all-gone, none-left! And although we still eat frozen desserts during the winter-time, this will be a great treat during the warmer months as well! A definite keeper! [Tagged, made & reviewed for one of my Vegan groupmates in the Vegetarisn/Vegan Recipe Swap 5]

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    • on March 15, 2008

      Wonder what the Vietnamese word for WOW! is...we loved this! Since we like sweet desserts, I used the extra lychee juice in the can instead of water - so in total, half the lychees and all of the liquid in a 20 ounce can. I also used finely chopped crystallized ginger (two 2" pieces). Since you suggested the champagne glass, at the last minute we added a shot of Soho liqueur and made it into a drink. Unless you have special spoons, it would be easier to eat out of a bowl if serving as a dessert. The portions would be quite small for four; for us this was perfect for two and we wish we had more! Very refreshing and different, and highly recommended! Made for the Photo Tag Game.

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