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Soy Milk Beancurd Pudding

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    Lately there is a soy milk beancurd craze in Munch Ministry facebook page where some of the members shared and upload their homemade beancurd pudding. I really admired those ladies with innovative ideas in creating different types of flavour from the original recipes. And you just can’t imagine how easy it is to make your own soy milk pudding with just 3 ingredients. This type of Soy Milk Beancurd Pudding is different from the traditional soy milk beancurd that we used to purchase from the hawker center, foodcourt or Mr Bean. The recipe below is quite close to the popular “Lao Ban (老伴豆花)” beancurd pudding which has branches located at Old Airport Road and Maxwell Market. – See more at: http://www.ellenaguan.com/2012/03/soy-milk-beancurd-pudding.

    Although there are quite a few version of this beancurd pudding recipes when you do a Google search. But if you want to read up for some information and try out different methods to suit your taste buds, you can read up more details over at Anncoo’s “Soya Bean Beancurd Pudding” and Misstamchiak’s “Best Chilled Beancurd Pudding Recipe” where they used instant jelly powder instead of gelatine stated in the recipe shown below.

    I have tried a a few combination on this recipe by either omitting the creamer or reduce the amount of gelatine used in order to find a perfect texture that suits our liking. So after a few experiment, we preferred those that is without creamer as we find the taste is already good enough even without the additional creamer. Whereas I also reduce the amount of gelatine from the original 2.5 teaspoons to 2 teaspoons as we prefer a wobbly and melt in mouth texture type of beancurd pudding. So it’s all up to individual to twist and swap with the ingredients to make something that suits their preference.
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