Soy Milk & Grass Jelly Pudding (Puding Soya Cincau)...
Hello everyone, hope everything is good at your end.
School break gives me more opportunity to try new recipes, shoot and blog them. I tried few new dishes this break and was certainly happy with the results. And this pudding was one of the trials. Believe me or not, I made this second time as my first attempt didn't really satisfy me. This time, it turned out good with right consistency.
I love puddings, especially if it's eggless! Sometimes I can't stand egg smell in a pudding. Just plain milk puddings are my most favourite!
Today, it's a pudding made of soy milk and grass jelly (cincau). You can ask Mr WIKI for more details about grass jelly ;)
I often make Grass Jelly drink at home...it refreshes my tummy after a heavy meal, lol! Grass Jelly can be found in any super/hypermarkets. They come in plain, sweetened or flavoured packs.
Try having your chilled soy milk by adding some chopped grass jelly in it! Ahhhhhhh...slurpy!
Okay, hope that is enough...let's see the recipe!
SOY MILK & GRASS JELLY PUDDING (Puding Soya Cincau)
- 1 litre unsweetened soy milk
- 1 cup sugar
- 10gm agar-agar powder
- 400gm or more sweetened grass jelly (cincau) ~ cubed or chopped
- Using medium heat, boil soy milk with sugar and agar-agar powder until dissolved.
- Keep stirring with a whisk to avoid burnt bottom.
- Remove from heat.
- Put some grass jelly in prepared moulds.
- Now, gently sieve the soy milk mixture into the moulds. The grass jelly will remain at the bottom.
- Refrigerate for maximum 3 hours. I left them overnight.
- Turn over the pudding onto a serving place, with the grass jelly facing upwards.
You can use individual moulds or a cake tin to make this pudding. Slice to serve :)
Wow wow wonderful pudding, perfectly done n clicked!!!ReplyDelete
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Some restaurants sell soya cincau drinks called Michael Jackson. I guess for MJ's song Black and White! Thanks for the idea. will try.ReplyDelete
usually enjoyed drinking soya cincau...now will try to do pudding...thanks dear...ReplyDelete
So yummy.. so tempting.. Will try soonReplyDelete
I don't drink soya but this looks awesome sis...worth trying this recipe...hehehe..ReplyDelete
nampak segarnyer puding tu Love... bulan puasa ia biasa sediakan minuman soya campur cincau memang sedap.. bila dijadikan puding begitu tentu lebih sedap!ReplyDelete
delicious pudding dear :)
this is interesting..never thought nak buat cincau soya jadi jelly.. this is something i'm sure wanna try for Ramadhan dessert :)
(ya i know..advance planning...hehehhe)
Sangat cantik! Sudah semestinya sedap!!!!! I love it!ReplyDelete
Very nice! This is the jelly version of the "Michael Jackson" drink. How clever!ReplyDelete
wow very nice n so inviting... surely ur kids enjoyed lot with this... i wish to be there for the pudding...ReplyDelete
VIRUNTHU UNNA VAANGA
luks tempting n cool yummy dessert.ReplyDelete
delicious..join me in Fast Food event-Poha in my blog.ReplyDelete
Love...really fall in luv u know...thanks sis :)ReplyDelete
Very catchy pudding,wat a fabulous combo.ReplyDelete
Wow whata lovely jelly.ReplyDelete
Love the colours.
Tempting pudding,beautiful clicks too.ReplyDelete
wow....delicious pudding dear :)beautiful clicks.ReplyDelete
Hi Love. Your pudding looks yummy.ReplyDelete
oooooooh! i love ur pics! absolutely yummy! i don mind if ur place is far away! call me when ur making it again!lolReplyDelete
This is a mouth watering pudding idea. Can I use only glass jelly? Will it make any difference in the recipe?ReplyDelete
Did you mean using the grass jelly alone?Delete
Wow pudding looks wonderful...beautiful clicks :)ReplyDelete
Hi Love, very refreshing soya milk jelly. Love this Michael Jackson combination. :) Excellent click!ReplyDelete
Just mix the soya bean milk with grass jelly make into drink also taste delicious. Slurrrpppp...
With hugs and love to you
lovely...Timely for our going to be a 38C HOT HOT Christmas day...ReplyDelete
wow..sewjuk anak tekak..nyamannn..ReplyDelete
Yummy I love pudding. My mouth is watering!!!ReplyDelete
so do you grease your mould so that the pudding would come out easily?
Please let me know.
Hi Krisbe, I don't grease my moulds. Just wet them in clean water and without drying...pour in the mixture. You may still wanna grease the moulds if this trick doesn't work for you. Thanks for asking :)Delete
Delicous!! Yummy Yummy.. Cant wait to prepare and eat.ReplyDelete