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Pineapple Agar Agar ~ 凤梨菜燕


This is a very simple dessert made with canned Pineapple and I adapted the recipe from my previous post. Longan Soymilk agar agar.  This dessert can be served at any time of the day and it's most look forward to after a heavy, hearty meal, because of its slightly sourish taste.





Recipe for Pineapple Agar Agar  ~ 

    Ingredients

    • 10 gm agar agar powder
    • 1125 ml water (Pineapple juice + water)
    • 150 gm sugar
    • Pineapple rings, cut into 2 or chopped into pieces
    Method
    1. Dissolve agar agar powder with the pineapple juice.
    2. Add enough water to make up 1125 ml, add sugar and keep stirring, bring to a light boil.
    3. Mix in the pineapple and ladle into moulds.
    4. Let cool before refrigerating.
    5. Serve chilled.






    I'm submitting this post to the Best Recipes for Everyone, May 2015 Event
    (Theme :  My Favourite Desserts)  organized by Fion of XuanHom's Mom and
    co-hosted by  Aunty Young



Comments

  1. Hi Cheah, very yummylicious and refreshing dessert. It compliment your heavy meal.
    Thank you for the supporting to BREE.

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  2. I like this pineapple agar-agar for its sourish sweet taste. Yummy!

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  3. Hi Cheah, This pineapple agar agar is very refreshing! Love it!!

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  4. Hi Cheah,
    Oh I like sweet tangy dessert too ... these Pineapple Agar Agar of yours looked so refreshingly tasty ^-^!

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    1. Tangy taste is what makes it so appetising!

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  5. So adorable! I would love a couple of them for the dessert, Cheah.

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    1. You are most welcome to join me, Angie!

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  6. Hi Cheah, this light and refreshing dessert is perfect to end a meal!

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