Soya Bean Agar-Agar



I love soya bean agar-agar but initially I didn't know how to make it. Most of the time, my girl's nanny would make for me. So I didn't take the effort to learn.

But one day, about a year ago, I was determined to try. So I asked the nanny to describe to me the procedures.

I would say that I had tried quite a number of times. It's getting better and better. Once I gave to my friend. She and her daughters loved them so much.

Then yesterday, a customer wanted to try it. I told her that I would make some for her. Phoned her to collect them and she was eager to know the procedures. I told her to look out at my post. So here I am writing to show those who are keen on my way of doing it..





1. Pour 4 cups of water into a big pot.
2. Pour the agar-agar powder into it. Stir it till dissolved.
3. Bring them to a boil with slow fire.
4. Meanwhile, use another small pot of 2 cups of water.
5. Pour the rock sugar into it.
6. Bring them to a boil to dissolve the rock sugar.
7. When the agar-agar powder has already boiled, switch off the fire.
8. Then pour the rock sugar solution into it.
9. Follow by the carnation milk and the soya bean.
10. Open the can of longan and pour the syrup into the pot too.
11. Then pour the solution into your desired mould /glasses/cups.
12. When they are almost hardened, put a piece of longan on each of the container with the soya bean agar-agar.
13. When they are almost cool, chill them in the fridge.




Happy Making the Soya Bean Agar-Agar..






Comments

  1. oooh, thanks for sharing. My mum always makes these type of agar agar when I'm back home. Really nice. hehe

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  2. My cousin loves making this too. I prefer drinking fresh soya milk :)

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  3. wow, looks like you are an expert in doing this huh??

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  4. i love agar-agar, and this one looks good to me.. :)

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  5. i've once tried yam and santan agar-agar, and that was the best i've eaten.. miss it so much!! :D

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    1. SK, if you got the recipe of yam and santan agar-agar, please share ya!

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    2. SK must share with us the recipe :)

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  6. hehehe, but i think it's quite complicated to do all these.. better just buy one cup!! haha~~

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    1. I would like to try the yam ones..

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  7. and you even have the longan to top the agar-agar.. so "commercialised", haha!! :p

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    1. oh..the longan gives the ummp..

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  8. so now who's making better soya bean agar-agar?? you or your girl's nanny?? :p

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  9. Normally i drink soya bean drink, have not eat soya bean agar-agar before...

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  10. i love agar agar soya ...
    but i use those fresh soya drink from the stall..

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  11. i used to make with just evaporated milk, but i lost my recipe.
    do you use 1liter of soya milk and 1 can of milk? and also 20g of agar agar? thanks!

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  12. I don't really fancy soya bean drink.

    Refuse to have it, except during pregnancy :p

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  13. But your soya bean jelly here managed to tempt me :)

    I like agar-agar. So no harm trying this combination. Once a while must take soya bean too. It does good to our health.

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  14. Btw, you used the whole can of evaporated milk and longan; and a box of soy bean?

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    1. yes, the evaporated milk gives the smoothness

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  15. Interesting. I have never tried this. And I love Soya Bean so much!

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  16. Last time I did it by using fresh soya bean ... so long I have not done them already.. lazy also.. hahaha...

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  17. Wah! I want those soya bean agar agar! Thanks for the recipe!

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