May 01, 2012

Half boiled egg jelly

The day I make the Red Egg Jellies my youngest son was with me. He is so excited with what I am doing. He wanted to eat the Red Egg Jelly BUT the jellies are not ready...yet..
So...I make him a Half Boiled Egg Jelly...
Guess what??? He was so happy with it...:D

~He is so excited..can't wait to scoop the egg yolk..but I asked him to post for me first before he can scoop ....:p   ~

~He asked me to pour the half boiled egg jelly into his bowl~

~He starts to scoop the half boiled egg jelly..happily~

This recipe is the same as my last post on 'Red Egg Jelly'..I make some changes and I named it 
'Half Boiled Egg Jelly'
Recipe source is adapted from..
 Exquissite Desserts & Snacks for Party(精致宴会美点)
Ingredient for yolk:
1/2 tbsp agar- agar powder
   30 g sugar
115 g water
  40 ml fresh milk
    3 Pcs pan dan leaves ( knotted )
some orange food 

1 3D round shape jelly mould

To do the yolk.
1) Boil water and pandan leaves together.
2) Add in sugar and agar-agar powder stir till sugar completely dissolve.
3) Pour in fresh milk and stir to combine. Add a drop of orange food coloring.
4) Pour this agar-agar mixture into the 3 D round shape mould. Let it cool a little and put into fridge to set. When it is set, take out and trim off excess if there is any.

~This is the jelly yolk...please see Red Egg Jelly to see how does the egg yolk mould look like..^^..~

Ingredient for white:
1/2 tbsp plus 1/4 tsp agar-agar powder
70 g sugar
210 ml water
6 pcs pandan leaves
A pinch od salt
140 ml thick coconut milk ( I use Ayam Brand thick coconut milk)
some bowls (I use silicone cups)


To do the white:.

1) Boil water and pandan leaves together.
2) Add in sugar and agar-agar powder stir till sugar completely dissolve.
3) Pour in coconut milk, stir to combine.
4) After combine, pour into silicone cup or bowl. Filled up 1/4 only. When it is half set put the jelly yolk in the middle and it is done. Send into the fridge, when it is set, serve it cold...^^.
**Do add in the coconut milk to after remove from heat..so that mixture and coconut milk will not separated.
~This one I do it in a bowl..what do you think of it??~


~This is the other half boiled egg jellies~

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8 comments:

  1. You are extremely innovative making this! They look very cute :D

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  2. Hi Zoe,
    you're back..miss you..:)
    Thanks..I got this idea when my son ask for the red egg jelly which is not ready 'set' to be eaten...lol

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  3. Wah, did you submit the recipe to the April Food Challenge, organised by the Very Good Recipes? The yolks look so real from the picture. Good trick!

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  4. Hi Jess, Thanks.. I submit the Red Egg Jelly. I did not submit this one cos I read that we can only submit one post..am I right??

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  5. 妳好厲害。。。好像真的。。讚讚贊贊!!

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    1. 嗨! Fion, 谢谢你。。
      你有带一粒回家吗?。。呵呵

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  6. Can i check, where do u get the egg yolk mould?
    I'm thinking to make this for my kiddo since they love eggsss so much ..

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  7. Hi Angela,
    I bought the yolk mould from a hypermarket ( Boulevard Hypermarket) where I live..
    May I know where do you live? I don't know the supermarket over there do sell this mould or not.
    Do let me know if you need me to help you to buy this...^^

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