Showing posts with label PUDDING. Show all posts
Showing posts with label PUDDING. Show all posts

Saturday, August 14, 2010


As requested my by son, I have prepared this popular jelly using agar2 powder. Really refreshing and yummy. If you are unfamiliar with agar2 powder, do check out here. Agar is the best substitute of gelatin and as thickening agent for custards, sauces, puddings and candies.

This quick and delicious can be prepared in a jiffy.  What you need is to stir the mixture of agar2 powder, sugar and coconut milk until boiling and thicken, pour into your favorite mould and once it comes to room temperature place them in a refrigerator to chill.

Beside coconut milk, you can add canned fruit, corn, cocoa or even fruit juice to the jelly, the choice is endless, just use your imagination to explore this versatile dessert.

This handwritten recipe is my family favorite dessert. It was given by my aunt and I have made them on regular basis when we need a dessert in a jiffy.


1 pack of 12 g agar2 powder
1 liter water
230 g sugar
200 ml coconut milk
food coloring
jelly mould


* 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, mixed well.

* Now add the 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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Monday, April 26, 2010



Of late my son seems to have lost interest in taking bread with his usual spread, it's a pity to see the loaf lying untouched in the pantry. To save this from wastage I have baked this eggless pudding using the bread slices and it turns out amazing and is a hit with my family.


8 slices bread shredded
1 cup water
1 cup evaporated milk
7 tablespoons fine sugar
2 tablespoons cornflour
1 heaped tablespoon unsweetened cocoa
1 teaspoon vanilla essence
1/2 cup raisin


* Soak the bread in water for 15 minutes. Preheat oven @ 180 C.

* Combine together milk, sugar, cornflour, cocoa, raisin and essence until well combined.

* Pour the mixture onto bread, mix well. Pour into 7 inches greased pan and bake for 45-50 minutes or until a toothpick inserted comes out clean.

* The pudding could be taken warm or cold.


Thanks to Azatie for sending me this beautiful card.


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Wednesday, November 11, 2009


Bread pudding is a great way to use your leftover bread into delicious and easy dessert. You can use either white bread or sturdy french bread works well too.

Some recipe calls for soaking the bread for several hours but now I have soaked mine for only 30 minutes. It is a satisfying comfort food that most people crave. Nothing beats warm bread pudding on a cold night.

Monday, November 2, 2009


Payasam is an Indian dessert similar to Western rice pudding. It is delicately flavored, usually serves in the end of spicy meal and also essential food during wedding.

The semolina is lightly roasted with ghee (clarified butter) then simmered in hot milk until thicken. Rava Payasam  is sweetened with sugar according to your taste then sprinkled with roasted cashew and raisin.

It is best serve either hot or cold but this is not recommended for dieter since butter and full cream milk are used for making this wonderful dessert.