Soak the Snow Fungus in a bowl of tap water until it expands to double its size when dry. It take should about 20mins.
Discard the water and wash the Snow Fungus thorough to ensure there are no grainy particules stuck to it.
Use a scissor to trim off the stem (dark yellow part at the base of the Snow Fungus), then tear the Snow fungus into bite sized pieces.
Use a knife to remove the skin of the papaya. Next, cut it lengthwise into half, remove the seeds, and give it a rinse.
Cut the papaya into chunks and set aside.
Remove the seed from the red dates. Then rinse and set aside.
Wash the pandan leaves. Then take the 8 leaves, fold it into half and tie a knot.
Rinse the Nan Xing and Bei Xing and set aside.
In a pot, add in 2 litres of water and bring to a boil over high heat.
Once boiling, put in the knot of pandan leaves and boil for about 10 mins.
Remove the pandan leaves and discard.
Put the snow fungus, nan xing, bei xing and rock sugar into the pot and boil over medium heat for about 35 mins.
Add in the papaya, red dates and wolfberries and continue to boil for another 15 mins. Serve either hot or chilled.