Sunday, August 20, 2017

AGAR AGAR GUDIR RECIPE

Agar Agar Gudir Recipe @ treatntrick.blogspot.com


A popular dessert during  fasting month made with agar agar powder and  coconut milk.

This Agar Agar Gudir tastes even better with addition of  gula melaka (palm sugar),  If using this sugar you need not add any coloring at all.

Bought a red color agar2 powder so I use white sugar.  Make sure to purchase a colorless pack if you intend to add palm sugar.

The secret to a perfect Agar Agar  Gudir are:

1.  Sugar must be dissolved completely and it should be rolling boiling before you add coconut,

2,  After adding  egg mixture, it should be boiled until  the eggs curdle into  tiny bits.  This would make your Agar Agar  into 2 layers and looks very pretty.

Agar Agar Gudir Recipe @ treatntrick.blogspot.com


Other cold dessert you should check:

Sweet Potato Jelly

Rice Flour Pudding

Chocolate Pudding Recipe

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AGAR AGAR GUDIR RECIPE
INGREDIENTS
Yield  :  12

12 g agar2 powder
1 liter water
250 g sugar
200 ml coconut milk
1 egg
pinch of salt
food coloring if needed
jelly mould
METHOD

* Dissolve the agar2 powder with one liter of water in a deep pot.

* Add sugar and bring to boil, stirring constantly, add a drop of food coloring if needed, mixed well.

Whisk together coconut  milk. egg and salt.

* Now add the whisked  coconut milk and bring to boil again.

* Pour into rinsed jelly mould and let them come to room temperature.

* Place the jelly in a refrigerator to cool.

* Serve cool.

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13 comments:

Amrita Roy said...

something new to me

Julie said...

super one!!

The Lazy Gastronome & Pleasures of the NW said...

Thanks for sharing at the What's for Dinner link up!

Shubhangi Kumbhar said...

This looks so amazing.

Jess said...

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Bev Carter said...

I have never heard of this before. Thanks for teaching me something new.
Thanks for sharing your wonderful posts at Over The Moon Party.
See you next week.
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Katerina said...

It looks delicious!

sudha rawal said...

lovely & colourful gudir...........looking awesome.

Faseela Noushad said...

Delicious and colorful

Jelica - A Pretty Fix - Craft Blog said...

I've never actually tried this before, but it looks yummy! Thanks for the recipe idea :)

Michelle Leslie said...

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