Tender coconut water 21/2 cup
Pulp scooped 11/2 cup
Condensed milk 1/2 tin
Sugar 4-5 tbsp
China grass 10g
-Pulse the tender coconut pulp just for 2 seconds in the smaller jar of the blender and keep this aside.**
-Pour the tender coconut water into a saucepan.
-Cut the china grass into pieces,wash well and then squeeze to remove excess water.Add this to the water in the sauce pan and let it boil.Keep stirring at intervals.
-Meanwhile in another large saucepan add milk,condensed milk and sugar.Keep this on medium flame.Let it boil.Again,keep stirring so that it does not get burnt.
-Once the China grass has melted completely,off the flame and add this to the boiling milk mixture and mix by stirring.Now switch off the flame.
-Now pour the whole mixture into a pudding tray.
-When the pudding is half set, garnish it with the pulp**spread it well on top of the pudding.
-Refrigerate this and serve when cooled.
Linking this to Haffa's & Monu's event :Wedding Anniversary Cakes & Sweets
Very nice. Those flavors came together. Thumbs up for the invention.ReplyDelete
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creamy n delicious!ReplyDelete
Lovely recipe! Thanx for linking this recipe to my ongoing event- Wedding Anniversary Cakes & SweetsReplyDelete
I never had coconut pudding before but this looks amazing delicious!ReplyDelete
Wow! What an interesting pudding!ReplyDelete
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delicious pudding , looks very yummy..ReplyDelete
Looks so inviting:) Perfect for these winters :)ReplyDelete
My hubby doesn't like coconut much. But I guess he likes this recipe...will try this out......ReplyDelete
Refreshing and yummy puddingReplyDelete
Wow pudding looks greatReplyDelete
Amazing pudding................Love to try this.ReplyDelete
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Yum yummy pudding.ReplyDelete
lovely pudding.. looks greatReplyDelete
Who will say no to this delicious pudding,yum...ReplyDelete
my favourite pudding.. brings a lot of nostalgic memories..ReplyDelete
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I tasted this heavenly dessert at a friend's place and was sold. such a treat this one is.ReplyDelete
Flavorful and yummy pudding..ReplyDelete
Superb. Yummy flavors and beautiful dish :)ReplyDelete
D name it self calling me to try it..Very tempting bowls.ReplyDelete
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Never tasted this pudding before.. Must give it a try.Looks yummmm :)ReplyDelete
My pudding did not set properly, what can I do to salvage it now?ReplyDelete
Sorry to know that your pudding did not set properly.This pudding I prepared does not stay very firm (because we like it this way)as you can see in the images,but its not that liquid also,it will set.But I don't know what went wrong with yours,I can suggest two things which might have gone wrong for you:Firstly,the China Grass, some brands 'agar-agar' sometimes need a little extra to be added than the mentioned amount to get it firm.Secondly,at the time of mixing the milk mixture and the China Grass mixture should be equally hot.Hope this helps..Happy cooking :)Delete