Soya Beancurd Pudding 香滑冻豆腐

Yummy Bakes | 11:38 AM |
Lao Ban (老伴豆花) has been a new obsession amongst Singaporeans here but I was slow to find out what老伴豆花is all about.  When Ann posted hers I was still wondering what is she talking about – soy bean curd jelly only - what’s the big deal – everywhere also have! 
Not until recently my boss bought me this老伴豆花 then I realized so this is the simple custard-pudding dessert that has been the craze amongst Singaporeans! This is a light and most welcome dessert anytime during a hot day. “Oh so this is what people have been talking about”! 
I heard there are long queues at this Lao Ban stalls.  Whenever I go for lunch and pass by this老伴豆花 near my workplace, it’s always sold out and what’s in the chiller are reserved :(  Sigh … there goes my 老伴豆花.
Not willing to join the queue? Then make this in the comfort of your kitchen…. This dessert is actually very easy to make and it only takes about 15 to 20 minutes (excluding chilling time) of your time. This recipe shared by Ann is just as silky smooth and, to me, it’s quite close to Lao Ban.  





I am happy to submit this to this month's Aspiring Bakers #20: Asian Dessert Bufftet! (June 2012) hosted by Moon of Food Playground.

Recipe source from Anncoo Journal


Ingredients:
100g Polleney Soybean Powder      
40g Sugar (I used 50g)

40g Coffee-mate powder
20g Instant Jelly
100ml Water (at room temperature)
900ml Water

Method:
·        Mix all ingredients with 100ml water .
·        Boil 900ml water and  pour mixture into it.  Stir well until boiled.
·        Pour mixture into cups or moulds and let it set. (do not stir)
·        Chill pudding before serve.

Kitchen note: I used 3 satchets of UNISOY Instant Organic Soya Milk Powder (no sugar added)
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22 comments:

  1. Your soya pudding looks so smooth and yummy!

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  2. Perfect texture, smooth snd silky.I would love to sample this.

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    1. May be soon it will be available in Malaysia. :)

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  3. Hi, thanks for the visit to my blog earlier! I love tofu pudding very much!

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    1. Then you must try this when you get a chance.

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  4. wow, so smooth! i really think that lao ban pudding is so famous that i even hear it from malaysia!

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  5. Really? May be very soon you will be able to get it in Malaysia.

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  6. Wow, looks so smooth and delicious! My family would love this! Bookmarked!!

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  7. My younger child likes lao ban pudding too...will love to give this a try, thanks for sharing your recipe!

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    1. Look forward to seeing yours.

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    2. I made the soya bean pudding, and the texture is really good, very soft and smooth. I used soya bean milk in tetra pack, it works great, thanks for sharing the recipe :)

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    3. Thanks for trying and glad to know you like it.

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  8. Looks good and the texture looks silky smooth. Would love to try this.

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  9. Yeah,its very silky smooth. Do try it when you have a chance.

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  10. Copying it down. Want to make this. Nice, smooth and silky!

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  11. Hey looks good, Chris! I'm dying for a bowl right now due to the intense heat these days!

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  12. Hi, love the look of your pudding. Will love to give it a try one of these days :)

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