So what else does one do with a bumper crop of dragon fruit after making Dragon Fruit Granita, but make a Sinh To Thanh Long (Vietnamese Dragon Fruit Shake)?
There's not much to the recipe, puree dragon fruit with ice cubes and pour into a glass. I just really liked my photos. Not that it had much to do with me since dragon fruit is naturally arresting all on its own. These photos aren't all the same! The top photo featured the glass more centered. This bottom photo shows slightly more dragon fruit.
Sinh To Thanh Long (Vietnamese Dragon Fruit Shake)
For 2 servings, you'll need:
1 dragon fruit
1/2 cup ice cubes
Optional: Sugar to taste
Scoop out the dragon fruit insides. Puree in a blender with ice cubes. Add sugar if you wish.
Pour into a glass.
Or you can freeze dragon fruit, peel, and puree.
It's like the Highlights magazine game. Spot what's different in each photo.
Top photo, the dragon fruit is a bit sharper. Bottom photo, the dragon fruit edges are a little softer.
Focus on the glass again.
Hey! The photos were so pretty, I couldn't bear to delete so many and these looked slightly different than the dozens of others that didn't make the cut. :P
Other Vietnamese drink recipes:
Ca Phe Sua Da / Ca Phe Sua Nong (Vietnamese Milk Coffee Iced / Vietnamese Milk Coffee Hot)
Chanh Muoi (Vietnamese Salty Lemonade)
Rau Ma (Vietnamese Pennywort Juice)
Sinh To Bo (Vietnamese Avocado Shake)
Sinh To Ca Chua (Vietnamese Tomato Shake)
Sinh To Dam (Vietnamese Aloe Vera Shake)
Soda Xi Muoi (Vietnamese Preserved Plum Drink)
Tra Atiso (Vietnamese Artichoke Tea)
Tra Xa (Vietnamese Lemongrass Tea)
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