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My Ice Kachang's Better Than Yours

Chris Evert and Eugenie Bouchard's second stop in the Road To Singapore official launch event on Monday was the Hawker Centre, where they made their own Ice Kachang - a Singaporean dessert.

Published January 27, 2014 12:11

My Ice Kachang's Better Than Yours
Chris Evert, Eugenie Bouchard

SINGAPORE - Chris Evert and Eugenie Bouchard's second stop in the Road To Singapore official launch event was the Hawker Centre, where they made Ice Kachang - a Singaporean dessert.

When two professional athletes are given a challenge, not only will they give 100% to get it done as perfectly as possible, they'll probably want to do it better than the other one, as well. And that's exactly what happened at the Ice Kachang-making stop, with Bouchard coming out and saying she was going to make the better Ice Kachang than 18-time Grand Slam champion and former World No.1 Evert.

Evert and Bouchard first watched a demo on how to make Ice Kachang from a local Singaporean, and then they got right to it. The dessert is made of jelly, red beans, sweet corn and palm seeds at its base, and then topped off with a mound of shaved ice, psychadelically colored syrups and condensed milk.

Today, Ice Kachang is often served with fruit cocktail, aloe vera jelly and novelty toppings like chocolate. The dessert - which Bouchard declared she liked a lot - is served throughout the city.

Eugenie Bouchard, Chris Evert

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