Tuesday, August 26, 2014

Soy Milk + Milo Agar Agar Mooncake

If you have not realised, it is two more weeks to Mid-Autumn Festival. 

Last year, I made matcha (green tea) ice-cream mooncakes, this year I decided to try something new - Soy Milk + Milo Agar Agar Mooncake!

500 ml soy milk
500 ml water
60g Milo powder
12g agar agar powder (we used 1 packet Rose brand)

  1. Boil water in one pot, add Milo powder when water is boiled, then with small fire, dissolve 6g (half packet) of agar agar powder.
  2. Warm soy milk in another pot with small fire, dissolve 6g (the other half packet) of agar agar powder.
  3. Add some Milo mixture into the jelly mould. When it is just solidified, add some Soy Milk mixture. Repeat until the whole mould is filled.

  • Before I added the mixture into the mould, I used water to gauge how much mixture I should add for each layer. 
  • I placed the jelly mould on a tray of water to cool down the mixture faster.
  • When the previous layer is just solidified, check by placing a small spoon and touch gently. However, do not wait until the layer is completely solidified, the layers may not stick when you remove the agar agar from the mould.
  • To prevent the mixture in the pots from solidifying too fast, cover the pots with lids.

Happy Mid-Autumn Festival! 中秋節快樂!

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  1. Ooh, definitely healthier than the lotus paste and egg yolk ones! 中秋節快樂!

    1. Thank you Agy! 中秋節快樂!

    2. Waiwai, I would like to post this as part of my blog post on how to be green at Mid Autumn Festival. :-)

  2. I was looking around for moon cake recipes that don't require any baking...found it! Thanks for sharing this! This may sound "sua-ku" but may I ask where did you get the jelly mould?

    1. Dawn, I bought mine from Kitchen Casper, $5 for 3 moulds. Hope you enjoy this no-bake-mooncake!


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