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Soymilk Jelly

>> Oct 11, 2009

I made this last night for dessert. Hope you'll like this.


(A)
10g Agar-agar powder
800ml Fresh soymilk, unsweetened
150g sugar



(B) Top layer
5g Agar-agar powder
4 tsp sugar
400ml water
1 piece Pandan leaf (screwpine leaf)
2 drops of red colouring (optional)


You can get fresh unsweetened Soymilk from Soy Milk & Taufu Fah vendors or you can opt to make your own.

1.      Mix (A), agar-agar powder with sugar and fresh soymilk in saucepan.
2.      Over medium heat, keep stirring till agar-agar powder is well dissolved.
3.      Pour into a glass dish (25cm x 15cm)
4.      Chill in the fridge.
5.       Next, prepare the top layer, mix agar-agar powder with sugar and water in saucepan.
6.      Add in pandan leaf (cut in small pieces of 5cm in length).
7.      Keep stirring over medium heat till all agar-agar powder is well dissolved. (You should be able to smell the fragrant pandan leaves)
8.      Add 2 drops of red colouring. Turn off flame.
9.      Let mixture cool a little.
10.  Gently spoon red-colour agar-agar mixture onto the chilled soymilk jelly which would have hardened somewhat by now. If the soymilk layer is too hard, you would need to scratch lightly on the surface with a fork before adding the red layer.
11.  Chill again in the fridge for 3 hours.
12.  Cut and serve chilled.

Pandan flavour and soymilk partners quite well together. The red colour top layer makes the jelly prettier.

Hope you have a good week ahead.

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