Greetings, foodies! It’s a brand new week. And that means brand new things to try out! Either it’s learning a new recipe or simply ordering food delivery from a restaurant that you’ve never tried before. Well, today we’re showing you yet another quick and easy recipe to test out.
2 Ways To Make Delicious Soya Milk Pudding That You Can Try Today
Missing a little something sweet after your lunch/dinner? There’s no need for the whole shebang of getting fancy equipments either. Get cracking in your kitchen by trying these 3 fuss-free recipes for silky smooth soya milk pudding. Find out which ones suit your tastebuds the most or rather
- 1L of packaged Soya Milk (with sugar)
- 1/2 teaspoon of Agar-agar powder
Add in agar-agar powder into a cup of soy milk, then mix till the powder dissolves completely.
Add in the rest of the soy milk into a pot & cook it in low heat.
As the soy milk in the pot becomes warmer, pour in the mixture from Step 1.
Continue stirring the pot of mixture until tiny bubbles start appearing. Proceed to cook under low heat for another 1 minute.
Slowly pour in mixture into your preferred container using a strainer. Skim off bubbles from the top to make sure there’s no bubbles at all.
Wait for the pudding mixture to cool down to room temperature before placing it in the fridge. After 3 to 4 hours, your very own soy pudding is now ready!
Here’s another variation of soya pudding you can try out at home. Although this calls for a few more ingredients, you can make the pudding according to the flavour of fruit bean curd pudding powder you have! You can even have a durian flavoured soya pudding, if that’s your cup of tea.
- 3L of water
- 100g of sugar
- 1 can (400ml) of condensed milk
- 1 packet of fruit bean curd pudding powder (your preferred fruit flavour)
Pour in the water, sugar and condensed milk into a pot and put to boil.
After it starts boiling, remove the pot from heat. Add in the fruit bean curd pudding powder and stir for 5 minutes.
Pour in the pudding mixture into a container or mould of your choice.
Leave it in the fridge to set for 2 hours.
Bonus: Adding A Lil’ Sweetness To Your Pudding In 2 Simple Steps
If you’re thinking it’s lacking a little something to your pudding, then maybe you’re right. For everyone with a sweet-tooth, it certainly won’t be complete a splash of sugar syrup. You can easily whip up a pot of Gula Melaka syrup or do it the original way – with Ginger Syrup!
- 3/4 cup of water (180ml)
- 1/2 cup of sugar
- 1 inch of ginger (smashed)
Place all ingredients in a small saucepan and cook it over medium heat. Stir it until the sugar dissolves.
After that, just turn off heat and remove the ginger. Let it cool down for a bit before adding it to your soy pudding.
A Super Simple Soya Pudding You Can Have Anytime Of The Day
There you go! A simple recipe for soy pudding to satisfy that dessert craving of yours. Not only can you make it for yourself, but also for the whole family. Let us know in the comments whether you’ve tried it or even show off your proud creations. Stay home and enjoy!
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