Soybean Milk Jelly

This is my first time sharing with you my cooking. Use to bake once a while before I had Jonathan. Now…a bit lazy. One fine weekend,  I suddenly recalled promosing MC to share my soybean milk jelly with her. So, here it is…

Recipe

1 packet of Red Swallow brand agar-agar strips or powder (I prefer powder as it dissolve easily)

1 can of evaporated creamer

4 cups of soybean milk (preferably without or with less sugar)

12 – 14 cups of water (depending on the texture that you like)

3 cups of sugar (reduce according to your taste)

 

Method

1. Boil jelly powder till dissolve.

2. Add sugar and evaporated creamer and let it boil again.

3. Lastly add soybean milk.

4. Pour mixture into cups.

5.  When the jelly has set, top it with canned longan, lychee, peach, nata de coco or mix tropical fruit. Don’t discard the syrup but add some on each cup. 

6. Serve chilled.

 

I tried once with rose flavoured soya bean milk. Not too bad. Happy trying……

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14 Comments

  1. Mery says:

    Tq for sharing the menu…wil try it out one day.

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    ... on July July 31st, 2009
  2. yugene says:

    nice..would like to try but how much is 1 cup? 1 cup=?oz

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    ... on July August 1st, 2009
  3. Julie says:

    Yugene – 1 cup = 8 oz.

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    ... on July August 1st, 2009
  4. Sarah says:

    Hi Julie, you are Kimmy’s wife and we haven’t been officially introduced but thanks for visiting my baby blog. Well, I know Kimmy but don’t think he knows who I am, though I’m sure he knows my husband. Anyway, good news is, I’ve got another blog to check out.

    Nice recipe you’ve got there for the soybean jelly. Will definitely try it out! =)

    God bless!

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    ... on July August 1st, 2009
  5. andrewjune says:

    yeah will try it out one day as well…sure tastes good!

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    ... on July August 2nd, 2009
  6. mc says:

    thanks julie!! i’ll defintely try this out:)

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    ... on July August 4th, 2009
  7. caroline says:

    Thanks for sharing and it certainly looks yummy and cooling! I will certainly try this out 🙂

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    ... on July August 4th, 2009
  8. Ann says:

    YUMMY….love this soya bean jelly….you made so much…got left over?

    The whole family loves jelly!!! If only I can use boyboy’s milk and get him to ‘drink’ some milk that way! 🙂

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    ... on July August 4th, 2009
  9. karen shia says:

    Thanks for sharing. I love it.

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    ... on July August 4th, 2009
  10. 2ma says:

    the jelly look so yummy!!! i also want to try 🙂

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    ... on July August 8th, 2009
  11. lil prince's mum says:

    Yummy one!~

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    ... on July September 2nd, 2009
  12. SY says:

    hello, thanks for sharing this. i’m just wondering is a packet of the powdered agar-agar equivalent to 1 packet of strips agar-agar? is the texture the same?

    i’m having a potluck this weekend so planning to try this 🙂

    thanks!

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    Julie Reply:

    About so. But like I said, powder ones are better because it won’t leave any lump. Happy trying.

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    ... on July September 30th, 2009
  13. shuzhen says:

    Hi Julie. . I tried this longan pudding and followed exactly ur steps and receipe.. but it’s like water.. totally won’t set.. dunno what went wrong. . Any advice?

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    ... on July August 28th, 2015

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