jelly

  • Cold Sweets

    Pineapple Sago (Tapioca) Pudding

    This is a very simple soft Jelly made with Sago (Tapioca). I must credit Kelly Vimpani for this recipe. She shared her mum’s Pineapple Sago Pudding recipe on my Facebook page when I posted my Tapioca Matcha Milk Jelly recipe. As I have been asked a few times for this Pineapple Sago Pudding recipe, I …

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    Pumpkin Bavarois

    After my ‘Pumpkin Panna Cotta’ and ‘Pumpkin Creme Brûlée’ were so successful, I wanted to try another similar dessert, that is Bavarois. Bavarois is set with Gelatine like Panna Cotta, and the ingredients are almost identical with Creme Brûlée. I added 1 cup of pureed Cooked Pumpkin. This Bavarois tastes wonderful, looks pretty, and it …

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    Coffee Bavarois

    I think my ‘Coffee Panna Cotta’ is pretty delicious, but it would be difficult to beat this ‘Coffee Bavarois’ which has superior flavour and texture. The ingredients of Panna Cotta and Bavarois are almost identical, but this Bavarois is made with Egg Yolks. It’s easy to make, at leat my recipe is easy. Makes 4 …

  • Cold Sweets Matcha

    Tapioca Matcha Milk Jelly

    It was my husband who told me about Creamy Tapioca Pudding that many Australians love. I have tried to make it several times following the instruction printed on the package of Tapioca Pearls, and I always burned the bottom of the saucepan. I ended up creating my own Tapioca Milk Jelly. This is Matcha version …

  • Cold Sweets

    Vegetarian Coffee Jelly

    I believe the best Vegetarian option to set the jelly desserts is Agar Agar, that has superior texture than Kanten. However, Agar Agar and Kanten are not widely available where I live. I use Queen’s ‘Jel-It-In’ Vegetarian Gelling Powder and I am a big fan of the product. This is how I make my favourite …

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    Coffee Panna Cotta with Kahlúa

    Coffee lovers would enjoy this coffee flavoured Panna Cotta. This recipe is almost identical to my Panna Cotta recipe. I simply replaced 1/2 of Milk with 1/2 cup strong Espresso. Instant Coffee Granules can be used. If you don’t have a bottle of Kahlúa, make a simple Coffee Syrup. Makes 4 Servings Ingredients Panna Cotta2 …

  • Azuki (Red Beans) Cold Sweets

    Azuki Panna Cotta

    I tried to make Azuki flavoured Panna Cotta. I mixed Panna Cotta mixture with Tsubu-an (Sweet Azuki Paste). It was supposed to be a creamy burgundy coloured jelly, but the mixture set in such a pretty gradation of colour because Azuki Paste is heavy, especially the unbroken beans are heavy. Unfortunately it is hard to …

  • Cold Sweets

    Nata De Coco & Yoghurt Jelly

    Do you know Nata De Coco that is sometimes called Coconut Jelly? Nata De Coco is a slightly chewy, translucent, jelly-like food produced by the fermentation of Coconut Water. I have been fond of Nata De Coco since my childhood. Yoghurt Jelly with Nata De Coco is a popular dessert in Japan. I have never …

  • Cold Sweets

    Pumpkin Panna Cotta

    This dessert looks like custard but it contains No Egg. This is based on my Panna Cotta recipe and I added smoothly pureed Cooked Pumpkin. Enjoy with your favourite syrup or sauce. Today I enjoyed it with Maple Syrup. Makes 4 Servings Ingredients 2 teaspoons Gelatine *about 8g2 to 3 tablespoons Water1 cup Milk1/4 cup …

  • Cold Sweets

    Yoghurt Mousse Jelly

    I am a big fan of Jelly Desserts and I often make them. The standard ratio of Gelatine Powder & Liquid is 2g (1/2 teaspoon) : 100ml. I make Jelly based on this ratio. This is my basic Yoghurt Mousse Jelly, which has fairly firm texture if you use Greek Yoghurt. You can add some …

  • Cold Sweets

    Apple Juice & Vodka Jelly

    Many people are making this Apple Juice Jelly that has a resemblance to foamy Beer. Beer look-alike Jelly can be alcoholic, can’t it? Then I decided to add Vodka to it. You can use ‘Umeshu’, Brandy OR other Liquor instead. The white foamy top is the same Jelly that is just whipped up. *Warning: This …

  • Cold Sweets Fruit

    Strawberry Milk Jelly

    I tried to make ‘Strawberry Milk Jelly’. All recipes that I found required heating Milk and Sugar first, then add Gelatine, and finally add pureed Strawberries. I tried one recipe and I was totally disappointed. Guess what happened when I added pureed Strawberries to the warm milk mixture? Milk curdled because of the acidity of …

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