Wednesday, February 10, 2010

WATER CHESTNUT JELLY

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Love by young and old alike, jelly is such an easy dessert to make. Fill them with fresh fruits to encourage your kids to eat healthy and at the same time enjoy this healthy dessert. Using diced fresh water chestnut or else you could use other available fruit for making this dessert which is not very sweet yet so easy to prepare.

INGREDIENTS

1 pack (12g) agar2 powder
3 cups water
1 cup evaporated milk
250g sugar
3/4 cup water chestnut peel and dice
raisin and cherry for decoration

METHOD

1. Dissolve agar2 with 3 cups of water, add sugar and bring to boil over low heat.

2. Add diced water chestnut and evaporated milk, stir until boiling. Remove from fire.

3. Wet the mould with water then place raisin and cherry.

4. Pour the pudding on top of the dried fruit, allow to cool.

5. Refrigerate before serving.

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27 comments:

Devi Meyyappan said...

Woow lovely recipe!!.. I've never used water chestnut!:).. jelly with sounds very inviting!:).. looks yummm!!

Renuka Bedre - Rao said...

This looks so inviting! Nice recipe!

Usha said...

Jelly with water chestnut looks and sounds inviting and yum !

Rachana Kothari said...

Cool!!!! The Jelly looks yummm, I have never used waterchestnut though!

♥LOVE2COOK♥ said...

Hi sis! How r U doing today?

I think U should have known me by now,..that I'm a pudding/jelly maniac! hehehe ;)

This jelly makes drool early in the morning! Owh noooo :(

Tc sis!

Gita said...

Wow...this is such an awesome dessert...looks gorgeous and delicious :)

Sowmya said...

looks yummy...simple n easy desert...thanks for the recipe dear..

Gulmohar said...

Looks fabulous..simple and easy too..Thanks for sharing this dessert recipe :-)

Sushma Mallya said...

Havent seen anything like this before,but looks very nice and tempting....

Devi Meyyappan said...

I would like to share some awards with you please collect it from by blog:)

PJ said...

wow, such an interesting water chestnut jelly! very unique too.. I would love to try it someday.. what is agar2 powder?

Nandini said...

WOW! Fabulous! Yummy dessert recipe. Thanks for sharing dear.

malarvizhi said...

looks delicious ,also new to me. never heard about this .thanks for sharing.

TREAT AND TRICK said...

Thanks so much Devi for your lovely comments and the award...so thoughtful and kind dear..thanks a lot!!!

Valarmathi said...

Wow....Yummy dessert, looks fabulous.

Priya said...

Yumm!!!pudding looks really inviting and delicious..

Jagruti said...

Yummy looking jelly...intresting and inviting..

TREAT AND TRICK said...

Thanks so much for your wonderful comments, hope to see you all again..

PJ..agar2 is also known as china grass, it is derived from seaweed and it's also a natural vegetable gelatin.

Preethi Rajeev said...

very innovative, haven't tried water chestnuts. looks so tempting

simply.food said...

This looks simply devine and so well presented.

TK said...

Wah byknya award. Congratulation 2 u for those awards! I love jelly so much.

Poorna said...

Hi!
yummy recipe!

kind regards,
Poorna.

annam said...

Wow, Love your idea of using water chestnuts in jelly. BTW your blog looks amazing. Keep rocking.
Annam.

girlichef said...

What a unique idea! I've never paired water chestnuts w/ anything sweet before, but I don't know why not...it sounds delicious. Thanks for sharing this w/ the hearth and soul hop this week :D

Treat and Trick said...

girlichef..Thanks for hosting dear..

Jessie said...

This looks great! I have never tried anything like this. I LOVE chestnuts though!

Jenn Erickson said...

Thank you for always being a part of "A Little Birdie Told Me..." at Rook No. 17! I love the fact that your recipes are so unique and expose me and my readers to new and often exotic ingredients!

Jenn

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