Wednesday, February 20, 2008

Sago Pearl Pudding

I made this dessert for our CNY gathering last week.

Ingredients :

20 grm of agar agar powder
1000 ml water
300 grm of sugar
3 pandan leaves
100 grm of sago (soaked for 2 hours)
250 ml of thick coconut milk
A few drop of green/red/purple coloring

Method :

1) Cook sago until transparent and rinse under cold water. Divide sago into 6 portions. Add purple, red and green coloring into each portion. The other 3 portions remain white.
2) Boil agar-agar powder with water, pandan leaves and sugar and then add in coconut milk. Bring to boil and turn heat to very low flame.
3) Take 200ml of the agar agar mixture and add in one portion of the white sago. Stir well.
4) Pour into a 8" wet baking pan or mould. Let it coagulate.
5) Scratch the surface with a fork.
6) Take another 200ml of the agar-agar mixture and add in the purple color sago. Stir well and pour on top of the white layer and let it coagulate.
7) Continue the same process - 3rd layer will be white, 4th will be green, 5th will be white and the final layer will be red.
8) Chill in the fridge before slicing. Serve cold.

Note : Cooked sago must be rinsed under cold running water so that it does not stick together.


Anonymous said...

Hi Gert, my 1st time here. You are a wonderful cook I must say. I enjoy reading your blog very much.

I love pudding, this sago pudding u made is so lovely, sayang mau makan.

- kath (myB member)

Anonymous said...

Hai nice ur sago cute..very creative!! where did u get that moulds? Hehe..sayang mau makan..tengok je lah ek..errrkkkk!! Full already :))

Kiersten said...

So pretty lar your pudding! Memang sayang wanna eat lor. I think I will try it too. Thanks for sharing.

Anonymous said...

This is a very nicely done pudding. Luv it, Good job eh.

Mulan said...

yeah, i might not eat them.. if i were to make some for my party, i will put up "strictly~display only".. kah kah kah.. let others gulp gulp gulp.. so nice loorr..

Beachlover said...

what a lovely jello!!..Gert,what u do with the left over after cutting the shape pudding?.

Anonymous said...

Ms Gert,
looks ggrreat. the agar powder-can it be locally bought(US)?thks.


Little Corner of Mine said...

So pretty! So you just cut it with heart shape cookie cutter and serrated knife for jelly/kuih? Well done!

Kajal@aapplemint said...

i would've very easily believed you had u told me these are store bought and u paid a bomb to get them !
Girl these look too perfect .... u made these urself ??? u are so talented ! Pls mail me some now !!!

Jun said...

Gert, very nice looking...taste pon sure nice..put it in my list already..hehehe

Zue Murphy said...

I never thought of mixing sago with agar-agar. This is so cute. It look delicious.

Cat Cat said...

Awwww, that's so cute... Love the heart shaped pudding... How did you slice the heart-shaped one?? Using cookies cutter ke..??

pearly said...

I love this sago but ..... It will take long time to do each layer ler , you are really good ...lot of "sim kee" la .
looking at it make my mouth water ler .
today I will try to cook the asam pedas in tamarind juice ,
hope ok to curi your menu kekekekek.
have a lovely weekend

Retno Prihadana said...

Ur sago puding are so cute!

ICook4Fun said...

Kath, thank you. Hope to see more of you here :)

Ummi, I buat saja in a square pan and then potong with cookie cutter :)

Pinky, thank you :)

Sue, thank you.

Mulan, buat ni untuk makan so kenalah nagi orang makan :) :)

Lesley, I try cutting it with minimal wastage but there are some bit and pieces here there and it went inside my mouth :) :)

Lee, you can get agar agar powder from the Asian store here in US.

LCOM, I used cookie cutter and serrated knife to cut :)

Kate, actually is not that difficult to make except need some time for it to set. Will make some for you when you come to this part of the world :) :)

Jun, thank you. Memang sedap :)

Zue, thank you for giving me the knife and also the rest of the baking stuff.

Cat, I used heart-shape cookies cutter :)

Pearly, is not that difficult to make as the agar agar set pretty fast in the cold weather. Let me know how the asam pedas turn out :)

Retno, thank you,

AK said...

wow, that's cool..1st time reading and home made food really let me feel warm..

Anonymous said...

sometime... well most of the time after I visited your blog, it made me homesick so bad.Huhuhu.... CatCat, Farina and anyone else... help! I need some of the

Mat Gebu said...

Mesti cuba nihh!!!!....

ICook4Fun said...

AK, thanks for stopping by.

Yatie, ha ha.... kalau you tinggal dekat I bolehlah datang rumah I makan :)

Bang Mat memang terror buat kueh kueh and masak masak.

Mist Mie said...

Hi Gert..

Cn i use the same ingredients measurement when using strips/straw jelly i/o agar2 powder and secondly will a plastic cookie cutter do?

Thanks in advance.

ICook4Fun said...

Mist Mie,

You can use agar agar strips but I am not sure if the quantity needed is the same as the powder form. What you mean by cookies cutter??

Mist Mie said...

Hello agn Gert..

I was wondering if i can use a cookie cutter to cut the pudding? Wld it break?