The weather here is getting hotter, AC is on everyday including the kitchen area! My dish washing machine has been down for nearly a week already, the daily dishes pile up is really a chore to me after being pampered for the last four months.
Today make a simple Orange Jelly for my son, to be precised it should be agar-agar. Agar-agar which derived from a special type of seaweed. The traditional agar-agar that I used to eat when I was small. My mum loves to make agar-agar for us in this type of shape or in a big plate than cut into diamond shape. Her agar-agar has only two flavors, either rebina or orange.
Surprisingly, my son loves this agar-agar, I served three agar-agar to him and he refused to let me have one! I'm linking this post to Little Thumbs Up month April hosted by Anncoo Journal.
Recipe by Tze of Awayofmind Bakery House
4g agar agar powder
200ml fresh orange juice (about 4 big oranges)
60~70g sugar (to taste, depends on how sweet the orange is)
1. Pour the agar-agar powder into 300ml water in a pot, boil with high heat until boiling. Add sugar, stir until the sugar dissolved. Remove from heat and pour in the orange juice.
2. Pour the liquid into Jelly mould. Set aside to cool completely before placing it in the fridge.
I'm submitting this post to Little Thumbs up organised by Bake For Happy Kids, and My Little Favourite DIY, hosted by Ann of Anncoo Journal
what lovely jelly! wished i can make mine as smooth as yours!ReplyDelete
Victoria, using agar agar powder for jelly, it will come out smooth for sure.Delete
Hi Tze, Your orange jellies look pretty. I also want some :)ReplyDelete
Thank you for joining LTU.
Thank you Ann for liking!Delete
They are a perfectly light dessert!ReplyDelete
Looks so cool! Would love to have a piece right now!ReplyDelete
cool and refreshing, and simple to make :)Delete
Looks so refreshing! It's so hot over here in KL during the day and in the evenings, rain very very heavily!ReplyDelete
in Qatar, it doesnt rain for long and i saw birds dying. this is how dry and hot my place is right now.Delete
When I was young, I used to buy jelly made of this shape, now, I can't see the plastic mold like this anymore but the silicone ones are everywhere! Love your orange jellies!ReplyDelete
Jessie, this set of jelly mould is one of the first baking stuff i bought. it is more than 10 years old!!Delete
This is a old time favorites!
The weather here is super hot, it will be so good to have one of your 'cool and yummy orange agar-agar!!
Thanks Mui Mui! this agar agar is perfect for hot weather!ReplyDelete