Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Mango Konnyaku Pudding


It's been awhile now that I have not been making any agar-agar or pudding for the kids to eat. The main reason behind is "lazy"....LOL. But  thanks to seeing Wendy's blog, that I found out something that will definitely please the kids....and they will definitely love it to bits and pieces......Mango Pudding, the one that taste just like the favourites among kids and adults alike.....the brand named "COCON".....yes, you are right!!

My kids love this brand's Mango Pudding, they can easily pop it into their mouth not realising how many they have actually ate. Well, thanks again to Wendy of Table for 2 for sharing this recipe with us. Those of you who like the COCON mango Pudding should really try this out.......for me, I'm going to make it again for sure!

Here's the recipe and you can also get it from here.......^_^

MANGO KONNYAKU PUDDING

Ingredients
10gm Konnyaku Powder
200gm Castor sugar
1.5 Liter water
100gm Coffeemate / Creamer
200gm Mango Concentrate 
Nata de Coco (as much as you want)

Method
  1. Mix Konnyaku powder and castor sugar together in a bowl .
  2. Bring the water to a boil, add in creamer and stir until dissolve.
  3. Slowly spoon in the sugar and konnyaku powder mixture. 
  4. Set to low fire, stir well and let simmer for about 10 minutes. Stir one a while.
  5. Fill the pudding moulds with Nata de Coco.
  6. Turn the fire off, and stir in the Mango Concentrate. Stir to mix well.
  7. Spoon the mixture into the moulds, let stand in for a while, then transfer to the fridge to chill and set before serving.

Happy Mango Pudding Making!!

6 comments:

busygran said...

They look so tempting! Jellies are my favourite desserts and I love konnyaku and mango.

DG said...

Refreshing dessert! Too pretty to eat :)

Mumto4Angels said...

haha, yeah...there sure are tempting...:)

Audax said...

I just love mangoes your mini treasures look so delicious and glossy. I wish I could get the ingredients in Australia. It sounds so delicious and I love the last picture of Angle and the mango puddings so cute.

Cheers from Audax in Sydney Australia.

Jess @ Bakericious said...

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to you and your family!

Mumto4Angels said...

Hi Jess,
Merry Christmas to you and your family too. Sorry, was really busy recently , until no time to bake for family, only for orders ...:P
Will catch up with you guys next year...just another 2 more days to go :)