Rich Chocolate Pudding, Eggless...
I'm sure the word "Eggless" is everyone's favourite now! Mine too, I'd try to omit egg in desserts and cakes if have to.
Today, I'm gonna share with you one of the first desserts I made in early days of my cooking era. At that time, I was totally a newbie not knowing many of the ingredients in a recipe. Never knew agar-agar powder existed! I've only seen the string types of agar-agar, lol!
A very popular dessert shared by Kak Jun at MyResipi and I'm sharing it here! Thank you Kak :)
RICH CHOCOLATE PUDDING, EGGLESS
by Kak JUN, MyResipi
- 1/2 cup cocoa powder
- 1 cup sugar
- 1/2 cup milk powder
- 1/2 teaspoon salt
- 4 1/4 cup water
- 4 tablespoons of cornstarch
- 1/2 teaspoon vanilla essence
- 3 tablespoons butter
- 1 packet agar-agar powder (10-11gm)
- In a pot, mix all ingredients together except butter.
- Using a whisk, stir constantly over low-medium heat until the mixture boils a few times.
- Add butter and keep stirring until the mixture thickens and shiny. ( I was stirring for almost 20 minutes )
- Do not leave the mixture unattended to avoid burnt bottom.
- Turn off the heat and fill moulds or cake tins with the chocolate mixture.
- Chill for 1-2 hours before serving.
Note :~ If you prefer a soft pudding in mugs or ramekins, then skip agar-agar powder and add only 4 cups of water. The rest of ingredients and method remain the same.
Please ignore the mess I made while releasing these puddings from the moulds. Was in real rush!
So chocolatey! You gotto try to believe it! ;)
Chocolate pudding looks so delicious!! Drooling over here!! The shapes of the puddings are so awesome!!ReplyDelete
Thanks Rita :)Delete
Now a days eggless becoming more famous.... Chocolate pudding looks sooo delicious.... Bookmarking itReplyDelete
Thanks Akila :)Delete
choco pudding looks delicious and your clicks too.ReplyDelete
Thanks Sebeena :)Delete
Chocolaty divine,clicks are amazing.ReplyDelete
Thanks Suja :)Delete
Yummy! I love this chocolate pudding : ) I'd like to try it. Chocolatey, yes...a lot!ReplyDelete
Thanks Inco :)Delete
Looks so rich and delish! Love the moulds and the pics :)ReplyDelete
Thanks Priya :)Delete
Mouthwatering clicks and superb presentation dear!!! ;)ReplyDelete
Thanks Divya :)Delete
Thanks dear Mas :)Delete
Awesome pudding. i will try this method too.ReplyDelete
Totally loving it, the pretty molds make it even more tempting..ReplyDelete
looks rich and much inviting tooReplyDelete
wow love this cute shapes, delicious pudding :-)ReplyDelete
Love to finish that whole plate rite now,irresistible and rich looking pudding,cute moulds.ReplyDelete
Silky smooth pudding sis would def try this recipe.....ReplyDelete
Bookmarked. ..wow..look at the richness n texture..u r killing me nowwwReplyDelete
This looks delish...i just discovered your blog and im so happy with so many recipe options.i would love to know more about you and your family..though u have so many pictures of your family there is not much info about the cultural aspect...u are Hindu but Malaysian?Are u a second generation/third generation Malaysian?Are both ur parents from the same race? I have so many questions.I hope im not asking any questions that you find intruding...but its just fascinating to learn about a new culture from a different perspective.ReplyDelete
Hai Love...Lama tak tinggal jejak walau selalu datang jenguk2 sini...Sihat..? rich pudding..eemmm so nyummyyyyyReplyDelete
Surprisingly I like eggs in my dessert, haha! Those beauties look so cute, cantik! Now this will definitely make its way into this weekend dessert to try, thank you Love.ReplyDelete
*drooling*.... tlg suapkan.. hehehe..ReplyDelete
hi Love..lama daahhhh akak x buat pudding ni...ReplyDelete
Cute little beauties. They look satiny smoothReplyDelete
nice pudding love.....pls parcel to me some!!ReplyDelete
very tempting and rich puddingReplyDelete
Aiyo...Sri, I cannot resist this chocolate pudding lah! Cancel my diet, I want pudding!ReplyDelete
yummy pudding .who do not love chocolates:)ReplyDelete
irresistible chocolate pudding, dear! i'm sure going to try this...ReplyDelete
yummy pudding,can i join u all and have a bit...will try this out soon...the molding shape looks cuteReplyDelete
Pudding looks so so so delicious, drooling here.ReplyDelete
Ton pudding est magnifique. Il doit être délicieux.ReplyDelete
Je note pour tester.
hai LOVE....sgt nyummy rich choco puding tu...tliur n ngecess tgkReplyDelete
v tempting n inviting jelly...my son will defiantely enjoy..bookmarked..!! will try on summerReplyDelete
Love this eggless chocolate pudding, your mold looks very nice.ReplyDelete
Kak Love, how are you? This eggless chocolate pudding look amazing. Makes me drool lah.ReplyDelete
Wow wow... sri... pls pass on the whole bunch that you have... the moulds looks really cute, especially the teddy bear... i wish i was ur neighbour... :)ReplyDelete
tempting chocolate pudding!!nice design too ...ReplyDelete
Try edy tis puding.its really yummyReplyDelete
Wah sdapnya..mintak sepinggan..buat2 xmalu bleh..heheheReplyDelete
Hi Love, very delectable pudding. So cute and pretty. I will definitely lick the plate clean. LOLReplyDelete
Have a great week ahead.
looks delicious..beautiful clicks..ReplyDelete
new follower to your blog..
If you get chance, visit my blog..
The pudding does look very chocolatey! I want one .. or two.. would be so refreshing on hot days like todayReplyDelete
Sorry for long silence.. After weeks of travelling, now only I have time to catch up on blog visits.
Hi sis, can i noe wat is buttermilk? Where i get them in Singapore?ReplyDelete
Hi, buttermilk can be found in any stores near chilled dairy products. Not sure where in Singapore. Check any hypermarkets. If you can't find it, you can make your own too.Delete
Add 1 tbsp of vinegar or lemon juice in 250ml fresh milk. Allow to set for 10-15 minutes. Buttermilk is ready.
Thank u so much..ReplyDelete
alahaiiiiii kiutnyerrrrrrrrrr.... akak suka puding kakjun nih mmg sedapppppppppReplyDelete
can say only wonderfull...Eggless r always in my to do list..this is really tempting me very much..ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing..
I would like to try this...