Monday, October 18, 2010

Jelly pudding

October 20, 2010 This post was featured on FoodBuzz Top 9 today

1 pkt strawberry flavoured jelly
1 pkt banana flavoured jelly

agar agar pudding
1/2 cup agar agar or ceylon moss or china grass
1/2 cup water
4 tbsp condensed milk

2 cups milk
4 tbsp custard powder
4 tbsp sugar

I use 100% vegetarian jelly made with agar agar.
Boil 2 cups water dissolve strawberry jelly then pour into mould. Leave for 1/2 hour to set or refrigerate.
Make the agar agar pudding by dissolving the ceylon moss with water then add condensed milk and mix. Pour over the jelly layer when the jelly layer has set well. Leave for about 15 minutes for it to set.
Make the banana flavoured jelly the same way as the strawberry jelly and pour over the pudding that has set. Leave for 1/2 hour to set.
Make the custard pudding by boiling 1 1/2 cups milk add the sugar dissolve. Mix custard powder with 1/2 cup cold milk and pour into the hot milk keep stirring till it thickens. Then pour onto the well set jelly layer. Refrigerate and serve cool.


Responding to a questions from friends
Agar agar in an alternate to gelatine. I usually use powder that comes in packets or sheets that are known as china grass.
The sheets of china grass is cut into small pieces and is melted in hot water. Agar agar powder like gelatine is melted in hot water and stirred.

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79 comments:

  1. Oh my..so colorful n fun..love it!

    US Masala

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  2. it looks really amazing, wish i could eat but i cant.. i ve a strange habit which i cant eat the foods like jelly, i dont like the feeling it in my mouth:)) i know it s weird but it s like that:)

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  3. wow what a colorful n tempting pudding ...love it

    Satya
    http://www.superyummyrecipes.com

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  4. very beautiful colored this jelly!i have never see here agar-agar,i know is a healthy alternative for gelatine.

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  5. It is really an eye stopper...It was worth the time to make up...

    Tasty Appetite

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  6. Gorgeous jelly pudding,looks awesome.

    Pushpa @ simplehomefood.com

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  7. What a cool idea! I bet it could be adapted for Halloween!

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  8. Hey dear awesome click .... wow i wonder how you r doing these stuffs man...

    Do visit my latest recipes....

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  9. Very colorful and beautiful, looks yum..

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  10. This jelly looks awesome.

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    Mina

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  11. Stunning colors..lovely treat, Akheela.

    Aaha Oho

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  12. colourful and tempting udding looking wonderful

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  13. Beautiful and colorful jellly pudding

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  14. oh man ! this looks absolute gorgeous..luved the clours and flavours used in this jelly pudding..yummylicious !

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  15. looks so colorful and delish !

    Cheers n Happy Cooking,
    Satrupa

    http://satrupa-foodforthought.blogspot.com

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  16. cool n colorful jelly pudding..

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  17. Looks really cute.. lovely presentation. very professional.. love it..

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  18. this looks awesome. I am a huge jello fan bring for lunch every day with a banana! Got to have some of this one!!!

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  19. Jelly Pudding looks so droolworthy and colorful . Feel like grabbing one bowl right out of the monitor.


    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  20. wow what colors... looks amazing

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  21. wow...colorful and very tempting pudding...excellent presentation

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  22. Beautiful, colorful presentation and delightful combination of jello with a custard! Nicely done. :)

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  23. First time here...nice blog. The jelly looks so tempting and bright.

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  24. This looks so pretty and yummy!

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  25. this is so pretty. i love it. thank you for sharing.

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  26. These are really wild and look so colourful and tasy!

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  27. awww....the colors are just wonderful.

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  28. lovely colors... would love to try this yummy jelly pudding

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  29. Love the colors of this jelly pudding!

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  30. So creative! It looks too pretty to eat...

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  31. looks so colourful and tasty!

    have a nice time!
    Paula

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  32. Very original and good looking recipe! Giorgia

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  33. Very colourfull and classy. Could be served at any upmarket restaurant anytime.

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  34. Hey nice...great colours :) Just saw your blog comment go into my spam :(

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  35. That is indeed so pretty Akheela. I am very impressed. I must keep it in mind :)

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  36. congrats on foodbuzz top 9! i saw this and almost drooled over the screen, i love puddings and the variation of colors you used is beautiful. and its 100% halal, way to go!

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  37. Looks so nice and colorful, and sounds great. As a child I loved mixed flavors jelly they are great.

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  38. What a fun dish with great color! Congrats on the top 9!

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  39. Hey yar... you r doing a great job with lovely recipes...

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    Preethi Ram

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  40. Gorgeous!!!! How in the world do make so many lovely dishes?????? can't take my eyes off the pics!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!cangratulations on being in the top 9!!!!!!

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  41. Gorgeous! Love the way you've played around with the jelly.

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  42. wow!! awesome..beautiful click too

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  44. Thank you for stopping by my blog! This pudding looks AMAZING. Congrats on making the Top 9!

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  45. i have a question and would really appreciate it if you responded.. the only agar agar i can find is in a long log type form. it isnt in sheets or powers and i have NO idea how to use it. its like a thick rectangle of i.

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  46. Wow what wonderful colors, very creative indeed :)

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  47. These are absolutely stunning. I saw them featured on Foodbuzz and I couldn't believe my eyes. They really are magnificent looking. Great job.
    About the agar agar, it is used in place of gelatin? Also where do I find it?

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  48. This is the all-time favorite of the kids! Lovely! I can't wait to serve them some again.

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