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Tuesday, June 3, 2014

Agar-agar Santan Pandan

Tried my luck in making this agar-agar pandan when I came across the recipe in Bukuresepi Facebook. But I guess, I was out of luck. My agar-agar didn't turn out the way I wanted it to be. Don't really know where I did wrong. But nevertheless, the taste is nice. Thank you to Fazd Lyana for sharing the recipe with us. And if there is anybody out there who is kind enough to teach me how to get the lovely 2 layers agar-agar, I'd appreciate it very much.



AGAR-AGAR SANTAN PANDAN
Posted by MamaFaMi
Source : Fazd Lyana of Bukuresepi FB


Ingredients :

1 packet agar-agar powder (10g)
1 litre water
1 1/2 cups sugar
200ml coconut milk (I used Ayam Brand)
1 egg
1 teaspoon pandan paste
green food coloring


Method :

1. In a heavy based pot, add water, agar-agar powder and sugar. Bring to boil till sugar dissolved.
2. In a small bowl, lightly beat the egg then add in coconut milk. Stir well.
3. Lower the heat, pour in the egg mixture. Stir for a minute and bring the heat to medium and let it boil.
4. Remove from heat and pour into your preferred moulds.
5. Let it cool before keeping in the fridge to set.
6. Cut and serve.


Have a nice day!


12 comments:

  1. BW sini..lama juga tak BW ni, so hri ni Cik Anis jenjalan la ^^
    Jemput singgah blog Cik Anis juga ^^

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  2. Awesome post, thanks for sharing this post..

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  3. Jgn masak lama should do it..works for me
    X dak 2 layer pong mesti sedap
    Hari ni senang plak nak tulih dsini..hihi
    Sori sis if i bore u to death..

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    1. Oh, jangan masak lama ye sis. Thanks for the tips. Nanti kalau rajin, boleh cuba lagi.
      Huhuhu,,, no la sis, you never bore me. Infact am grateful you are always supporting me. Thank you.

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  4. janji sedap ma...lepas nie kena buat lagi nampaknya hehe

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    1. Tu la tu, tunggu rajin baru buat lagi.. hehee

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  5. For me once I pour in the santan I give it a quick stir then I will leave it alone until it come up to slow boil. Turn off the heat, another quick stir and it will separate nicely.

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    1. Oh the santan will separate while still in the pot before we pour into the tray ke Gert? Hadoi, memang fail. Mine stays the same throughout! I thought, it will slowly separate when I've poured the mixture into the moulds... huhuhu. Nasib baik sedap. Kalau tidak, mesti frust gila!

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  6. Yummm! This looks delicious! We have shared your post on our Facebook page :)
    https://www.facebook.com/AyamBrand.Recipes
    Thank you for using Ayam Brand's Coconut Milk ;)

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    1. Thank you so much for dropping in and thank you for sharing this post in your Facebook page. I felt honoured. Appreciate it very much. Thank you.

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