Tuesday, December 21, 2010

Soymilk pudding with palm sugar syrup & minced ginger

Soymilk pudding with palm sugar syrup & minced ginger
I created this soymilk pudding after I have got the inspiration from a Japanese restaurant which served this delicious dessert. When my family members have their first bite of this pudding , they were saying " Wow , this is nice ! " and we fell in love with this delicious dessert!








Soymilk pudding with palm sugar syrup & minced ginger

I was not sure what are the best proportion of soy milk and gelatin. Luckily I remembered My Kitchen Snippets prepared the similar pudding, thus I adapted her basic recipe and made my own creation of new flavours. Thanks Gert!
The texture is very similar to Tofu Fa but I prefer this pudding than Tofu Fa personnaly...

Soymilk pudding with palm sugar syrup & minced ginger


Soymilk pudding with palm sugar syrup & minced ginger
(recipe source: Sonia aka Nasi Lemak Lover, adapted basic recipe from My Kitchen Snippets)
*make 6 ramekins

3tbsp water
2tsp gelatin powder

2 and ½ cup soymilk
3tbsp sugar

minced ginger
Palm sugar syrup (syrup gula Melaka)

1. Mix the gelatin and water together and set it aside to bloom.
2. Put the soymilk and sugar in a saucepan, cook over low medium heat until bubbles form around the edges of the saucepan.
3. Remove from heat and stir in the gelatin. Stir until the gelatin dissolved.
4. Pour the mixture into ramekins or cups and refrigerate until set.
5. Enjoy with palm sugar syrup and grated ginger.

You may replaced palm sugar syrup with brown sugar syrup, but palm sugar syrup give you a nice coconut aroma. Actually i did not prepared palm sugar by myself, I bought RM 2 fresh soymilk(without sugar) from the pasar pagi (morning wet market) and ask them to give me some palm sugar syrup.

Soymilk pudding with palm sugar syrup & minced ginger


Also , remember to serve this pudding with finely minced ginger . The ginger is perfectly match with the soymilk and the palm sugar syrup( gula melaka ) .. Do try out, I bet you will love this dessert!

Let me know once you have tried out ya...

39 comments:

Jane Chew said...

woo... give me one pls... After this i will sure feel cooling :)

♥LOVE2COOK♥ said...

Yummylicious pudding! Just got back from jusco shopping...this would be perfect for my hunger now...hehehe.

Jess @ Bakericious said...

looks great, I feel cooling just by seeing the photo :)

Chow and Chatter said...

lovely dessert and looks so gourmet

Angie's Recipes said...

I love this! Gotta try it next time when I make some soya milk.
Thanks!

trinniewsc said...

looks delicious!

Jeannie said...

Great looking dessert, sounds very refreshing with grated ginger.

Little Inbox said...

How about to add ginger juice in the soy milk. Will it work that way?

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Min said...

Yummy! I like pudding to be served together with ginger...wanna try this next time!

Sonia (Nasi Lemak Lover) said...

Little inbox, maybe it work, but I'm not sure. But it is not advisable to add into soymilk, at least if one can not take ginger and they have a choice of not to add ginger.

Honey Bee Sweets said...

I want to make this! Thanks for this great idea Sonia!

鲸鱼蓝蓝蓝 said...

软软嫩嫩的,看了真想吃:)

Cooking Gallery said...

I love almost any kind of pudding and this is definitely on of them!

kitchen queen said...

yummy mouth watering pudding.

wendyywy @ Table for 2..... or more said...

I'll love this too :)

lena said...

i also love this kind of pudding, just knew that have to take this with the grated ginger.

divya said...

Looks yummy and delicious.. amazing recipe !!

Ah Tze said...

I like this gentle soft looking pudding!! Can I have one please :)

Pete said...

Maybe I can try making using my nigari salt....

Pushpa said...

Yummy pudding,looks awesome and easy to make.

Sathya Sankar said...

Wonderful dessert , looks amazing !

My Little Things Corner said...

冬至快乐!

Swee San said...

soymilk pudding yummyy.. I saw something similar in Elin's too. but she used agar agar instead..

Cheah said...

Looks like you're making full use of your ramekins, Sonia. Your soymilk pudding looks so smooth and yummy! Slurp! Happy Winter Solstice to you and your family!

neyeeloh said...

Wish you and your family 冬至快乐 and Merry Christmas ^_^

WyYv said...

This pudding looks great :) looks like tau fu fa~~

Mary said...

What a fabulous dessert. This looks wonderful. I hope you are having a great day. Blessings...Mary

tasteofbeirut said...

This is a simple and elegant dessert! It can be served during the week as well as on special occasions. Happy holidays to you and your family~

Little Corner of Mine said...

Look like something we would like. My girls love panna cotta, quite similar ya?

daphne said...

given that i have a lactose sensitivity..this is perfect!!!!! I'm going to try this one out for sure!

dinewithleny said...

This looks so yummy. I have to try this. we love tau fu fah so Im sure my family will love this too.

minneville said...

delicious! wonder if i can use custard powder to do this... will surely try!

Anonymous said...

is there any method for gelatin to dissolve completely?cause i have tried out this pudding but seem like the gelatin didn't dissolve completely.i can still spot some tiny solid particles of gelatin on the pudding's surface. the outcome is very soft too like in semisolid and semiliquid form.

Sonia (Nasi Lemak Lover) said...

Hi Anonymous, try to stir the gelatine and water till mix well, and quickly pour into hot soymilk while the soymilk still hot in order to dissolve the gelatine.

Hasna said...

ths s so easy... i'm defenitely gonna try this summer..

HK Choo said...

Will try this and let you know the result. I love the addition of grated ginger, a new twist to the dessert. :-)

Loveforfood said...

that sure looks good.. i want to have 2 bowl... i am greedy.

Blessed Homemaker said...

I made this with soy milk too. This dessert is very popular in Sgp but very expensive. A small tub (~120ml) costs S$1.50. If I buy a 1litre from the supermarket, I can make 8-9 servings @ under $3.

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