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Pandan Jelly With Coconut Milk (Pandan Agar-Agar)



This is a recipe for Pandan or Pandanus Jelly With Coconut dessert. The enticing light green color of the jelly is made from the essence of pandan leaves. Again, it’s a very light and refreshing agar agar (meaning jelly in Malay) based dessert. If you like the pandan fragrant, then, I am certain you will enjoy this jelly very much.

*This is an updated post with a new video cooking guide. (Previously posted on 5/10/10)



Pandan Jelly With Coconut Milk (Pandan Agar-Agar)

Ingredients

500 ml (2 cups) Water
3 tsp Agar-agar Powder
5 to 7 Tbsp Cane Sugar
100 ml Pandan Juice
100 ml Coconut Milk (preferable 100% coconut milk)
A Pinch of Sea Salt

Method

Pandan Juice: Rinse 8 Pandan leaves and, cut into 2 cm lengths. Blend the pandan leaves with 120 ml of water. Strain the pandan juice and discard solids. (You'll only need 100 ml)

In a medium saucepan, combine water, pandan juice, agar-agar powder, sugar, coconut milk, and a pinch of sea salt. Stir until all the agar-agar powder dissolves. Then bring the mixture to a boil, reduce the heat and simmer until the sugar completely dissolves, about 6 to 8 minutes.

Remove the pan from the heat and pour the mixture into a shallow dish, or jelly mould. Set aside to cool completely before chilling in the refrigerator. Cut into your desired sizes and serve chilled.

Comments

  1. got to try this pandan...never tried the stuff...looks like a great dessert....

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  2. I've always wanted to make a pandan dessert but have been a bit intimidated. Where's the best place to purchase pandan juice in Vancouver? Is there a particular brand you like?

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  3. Nice!!
    Which brand of agar-agar powder did you use?

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  4. @Mel- GourmetFury.com: You have to make your own pandan juice. Fresh pandan leaves available at T&T supermarket.

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  5. @Anonymous: The brand of the agar-agar is "Gold Cup" from Thailand.

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  6. Which section in T&T can you get Pandan leaves? I've been looking for it for a while now... but I haven't seen it at T&T yet! Are they usually fresh or are they frozen? And which T&T do you go to?

    THanks for answering! :)

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  7. @foodlabasia: T&T Chinatown & Metrotown, the produce section. You can also check out Wong Xin market at 747 Gore Ave, Vancouver (Chinatown). They have fresh supply of pandan leaves every Friday.

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  8. Awesome! That looks so good! I miss eating anything pandan flavored!

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  9. I'm always tempted by the pandan flavour anything if it's offered somewhere. This looks good!

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  10. Delicious dessert and I like recipes like this. Wow and you even have pandan leaves over there .. is it from Malaysia?

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  11. @Jo: Yes, most of the Asian cooking ingredients are available over here and the fresh herbs usually came from Vietnam and Thailand.

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  12. Such a classic Malaysian dessert ... pandan agar-agar used to be a must-have in most kids' birthday parties during my childhood!
    Of course those were the days!

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  13. DO you think it would keep if you buy, juice and freeze Pandan juice as per your recipe?

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  14. I love jelly set with agar agar! The smell of pandan is so nice as well, the flavour and smell is subtle and to me, indescribable. I like the way you cut the jelly too. :)

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  15. Thanks for sharing! .... But t he pandan juice that I made had grassy smell. How to get rid of that?

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