Thursday, March 24, 2011

Strawberry Pudding

Couldnt resist when I saw many boxes of pretty Korean strawberries in the supermarket, I bought 2 punnets without knowing what to do with them - I was thinking worst case I can just eat them straight :P

Happened to see this pudding recipe a few days ago - looked so delicious,  and a kind of being reminded about it when I reached home, so decided to give it a try

Adapted from Cook.Bake.Love this pudding tasted heavenly

Made a silly mistake...knowing this is a creamy pudding but using agar agar mould instead!
In the end, I couldn't take it our from the mould - of course, hence the ugly presentation - tried my best to beautify it a bit here and there :)

Look at this - stuck in the mould *grin*














The creamy texture is so wonderful!!!
You know sometimes you can eat something and you can't go on for the second bite cos you just feel you have enough...not this one - instead, you'll want for more - so refreshing!

What you need:

250g fresh strawberries
2 tubs (280g) strawberry yoghurt
1 cup strawberry milk
3 tbsp whipping cream (need not whip)
4 tbsp sugar to taste (or more, depending on the sweetness of the strawberries)
2 tbsp gelatin powder
6 tbsp water
extra fresh strawberries to be served with the pudding

Measure water into a bowl and sprinkle in the gelatin (without stirring). Set aside to allow the gelatin grains to swell (approx. 10 mins) before setting the bowl over a pot of simmering hot water. Stir with a spoon and once the gelatin melts, remove the bowl from the pot and set aside to cool to room temperature
Cut strawberries into small chunks and blend with the rest of the ingredients till smooth. Add the gelatin solution, mix well
Now the mixture will have a lot bubbles on the surface. Pour the mixture in cups/moulds over the back of a spoon (one hand holding the mixer jug while the other hand holding a spoon, facing down), this way you will get smooth mixture without bubbles
Cover with cling wrap and leave to chill in the fridge till the pudding is set. Serve immediately once remove from fridge

Note: Whipping cream is optional, you may omit it but it gives the pudding a creamer texture

Abby loves this pudding so much, she asked me to sprinkle chocolate rice on top and she'd say "Mmmmm...yummy!"
Mission accomplished! :P

6 comments:

  1. hi Mel, thks for dropping by :)

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  2. I made fresh mango pudding and also dragon fruit pudding recently. Yours look yummy, make me wanna make it too!

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  3. hi Agnes, thks for dropping by!
    mango pudding sounds yum too! dragon fruit pudding is something new to me - i like dragon fruit so i guess the pudding is nice too :)

    hi Cathy, hehe.. yes it has been inviting me too :)

    hi Jess, thks! :)

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