I grew up with agar-agar pudding as common and popular desserts among Indonesian foods. Most of the puddings are fairly easy to make and considerably healthy. As long as you don’t put a ton of sugar in it of course?.
And as I grow older, and I learn more about the good and the bad of what our food has to offer, I now know that agar-agar actually has so many benefits for our health.
Therefore, enjoying this agar-agar for Iftar in Ramadan is a good way to keep yourself rehydrated with nutrients after long hours of fasting.
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Starting with how it’s good for our digestion system. How it can help us to lose weight, and even how it’s good for our brain health.
So now I’m more than happy to introduce agar-agar pudding to my kids and feel excited that they’ll like it as much as I do.
Milk pudding with condensed milk and raspberry recipe
There are so many agar-agar pudding recipes that I want to share with you. Hopefully, I can gradually add more and more pudding recipes made with agar-agar in the future. Let me know in the comments if you want me to post more ideas of pudding recipes with agar-agar.
In the meantime, if you like chocolatey desserts, you can check out my chocolate mousse agar-agar pudding recipe.
And this time I’m sharing milk pudding recipe to welcome our summer. Because I use raspberries to pair with the creamy milk for this pudding. And we know that we’re having more abundant raspberries in the summertime.
However, feel free to use whatever soft fruits you like. This recipe is forgiving. Explore your tastebuds by using other fruits such as strawberries, mangos, kiwis, blackberries, blueberries, etc. I even used a tinned fruits cocktail many times. The idea is to give the fresh tangy flavour of the fruits that mingle nicely with creamy and milky pudding taste. Delightful.
Also, if you want, you can even skip the fruit part and just make it a 100% milk pudding. The pudding will remind you of Italian pannacotta or French blancmange without the gelatine. So it’s a good choice for those who prefer the vegetarian and halal option of pannacotta. And for my vegan friends, you can always substitute the milk and condensed milk with your preferred vegan options.
If you like the post, feel free to share it and pin it on your Pinterest. Don’t forget to check out my other recipes that you’ll equally love.
- Chocolate mousse pudding with Aquafaba and no gelatin.
- A less-naughty apple and raspberry crumble.
- Vanilla velvet cake: in Frozen-themed colours.
- An easy sponge-cake that even your five-year-old can make.
- Dairy-free chocolate brownies traybake.
Thank you and all the best.