TENDER COCONUT JELLY PUDDING


I happened to come across a newly opened

health drink shop near my house.

It tasted too good , so I asked them what’s in it,

but they were not able to answer .

Fortunately I heard a voice in the crowd ,saying

it’s just tender coconut water with Jaggery.

Anyway, facts apart ,the idea of mixing tender

coconut water,created the spark to this recipe.

I have posted a recipe of tender coconut

pudding with sugar before, but this dessert is

purely made with country sugar.

First, I made the jelly with agar agar, tender

coconut water,country sugar , cardamon ,and

dropped in cubes of the jelly into the pudding.

No eggs,no sugar,so do try this dessert and post

in your valuable comments!

Note: You could try with gelatine instead of agar agar if you like,

To the recipe

INGREDIENTS

For the jelly

2 cups tender coconut water

Country sugar to taste

a pinch of powdered cardamon

25 gm agar agar or 2 -3 tsp gelatine

METHOD

Prepare the agar agar as per the instructions in

its box.Mix in tender coconut water and heat 2

minutes.Add cardamon powder and sugar to

taste.

Allow to set in refrigerator till firm. Cut into

cubes and add to pudding.

You can also pour into individual bowls.The

jelly can be poured in layers ( if you have time)

or as base or topping for the pudding .

For the pudding

INGREDIENTS

1-2 flesh of tender coconut ( ground)

3 cups of milk

1/4 tsp cardamon powder

Country sugar to taste

75 gm agar agar ( I used the strips not powder)

A pinch of salt

METHOD

Prepare the agar agar as directed in the box.

Mix in milk , ground tender coconut,sugar

cardamon powder and heat till no pieces of

agar agar remain.

Pour into mould and add the pieces of jelly and

allow to set. Serve with praline.

Cashew praline with jaggery

Heat a little jaggery till thick and bubbling.

Add in cashewnuts and mix till coated.

Remove from fire and allow to cool.

Crush it and use to serve!

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