Ginkgo biloba nuts are not only used as vitamins for memory, the ginkgo nuts are very popular in Chinese recipes. Since the secrets of chocolate and ginkgo biloba tea and soup have already been shared, we will focus here on the desserts.
The ingredients for the desserts can be purchased in Asian green grocers. If you purchase the ginkgo biloba nuts in their shells, they need to be broken using a nut cracker. Take the middle section of the nut out, because this part is usually bitter tasting. You can do this by pushing a toothpick trough the middle section of the nut to remove the core of the nut. (more…)