Sunday, July 24, 2011

Mango Jelly/Mango Agar-Agar

We are having some crazy heat waves for the past two weeks. So I am not doing much cooking or baking for the time being. We just have salads or sandwiches for our meals. I am craving for something cold and refreshing to ease the heat. Since mangoes are in season and I always have a few in my fridge, I decided to make some agar agar with it.


Ingredients:
From My Kitchen Snippets

5 gram agar agar powder
2 cups water
1 cup milk
2 mangoes – cut into chunks
4 - 5 tbsp sugar (depend on how sweet you like it)

1. Puree the mangoes with milk until smooth. Set it aside.
2. In a saucepan, bring the water and agar agar to boil. Lower down the heat and let it simmer of 3 minutes or until agar agar powder dissolve.
3. Add in the mango puree and sugar. Once it comes up to a boils, turn off the heat immediately or else the milk will curdle. Check if the sweetness is to your likings.
4. Pour it into the mould and let it set in the fridge before serving.

19 comments:

Rona Y said...

Approximately how many cups of puree does two mangoes make? Good fresh mangoes are hard to come by in Canada, so I usually end up having to use canned puree! My usual recipe uses gelatin, but I'm interested in trying it with agar agar!

lena said...

the weather here has been stuffy for the past few days, luckily it rained a little today. mango jelly, love that too!

Jeannie said...

I love mangoes too and the jellies look very pretty with the mango cut outs on the top:D

Anncoo said...

Yummy! This mango jellies look very pretty :) I think I'm going to make more dessert too as the whether here is super hot here.

Wendy said...

The mango available here on the west coast is usually green and then turns red. Do I wait until it is soft before I use it? The yellow ones are also available but they are much smaller and more expensive.

Yummy Bakes said...

Very pretty and yummy mango jellies. We are experiencing hot weather these few days too in Singapore. I certainly would love to have one of your jellies.

Rabiatun Adawyah said...

yummmyyyy! nice...

Sonia (Nasi Lemak Lover) said...

yes, this is good to serve in hot weather.

Shereen said...

Gert,
I think if sub the milk with evaporated milk will be lagi sedap...hehehe.I love anything with evaporated milk.Here so sejuk and it's one of our colder winter...but I still like to try this pudding.Easy ingredients..I like.

MaryMoh said...

Beautiful! Looks so tempting. I wish I can have a few serving right now for my breakfast! Thanks very much for sharing.

My Little Space said...

Gert, I love how you present them. Really pretty. I should say no one could ever resist agar2 here especially on this crazy weather.
Enjoy your week!
Kristy

ICook4Fun said...

Rona, is about 1 1/4 cup of puree.

Lena, at least you get some rain. Here no rain at all and the poor grass are all dry and death :(

Jeannie, thank you.

Ann, the weather here is crazy. It broke the all time high record!

Wendy, you have to use soft ripe mango. I think the small yellow ones taste so much better. That was the one I used.

Yummy Bakes, yes this is great for super hot weather.

Rabiantun, thanks.

Sonia, yea the weather here is crazy.

Shereen, too bad pantry I ran out of evaporated milk. We need to switch place. I prefer cooler weather than this super duper hot one here.

Mary, you are most welcome.

Kristy, agar agar is always good for me anytime :)

Food Dreams said...

So refreshing and looks so pretty too! have to try this recipe soon..

Pauline said...

wow! seems like a very simple recipe.
mango pudding has always been a favourite dessert of mine.
must give this a try.

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hanushi said...

Hi! If I am using mango puree directly (canned), how much mango puree do I need to use and how much water and milk amount to use respectively? Can advise? :D

ICook4Fun said...

Hanushi, the mango puree will be
1 1/4 cups. The rest of the ingredients will be the same.

hanushi said...

Many thanks, Gert!! :)

Anonymous said...

How to add in mango chunks ?

ICook4Fun said...

Anon, please refer to note 1.