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Matcha Pudding ~ 抹茶布丁

This simple yet delectable and soothing Matcha Pudding is a delicious sweet treat to round up a meal.  I adapted the recipe from  'Justonecookbook.com',  reduced the sugar, tweaked it but doubled the recipe. It was well received by members of the family and the pudding were finished in a jiffy!



Matcha Pudding  ~  抹茶布丁 
Ingredients
  • 2 Tbsp matcha/green tea powder
  • 10 gm gelatine powder
  • 4 Tbsp hot water
  • 2.1/2 cups milk
  • 70 gm mixture of caster and raw sugar
Method
  1. Sift the matcha powder into a bowl.
  2. Put the gelatine powder into a bowl and pour in the hot water to mix.
  3. Heat up a cup of water in a saucepan and place the bowl of gelatine on top.  Once the gelatine powder dissolves, remove and set aside.
  4. In another small saucepan, bring the milk to a boil (when bubbles are seen at the side of the saucepan), turn off heat.
  5. Add in the sugar mixture and whisk till dissolved.
  6. Take 6 Tbsp of milk mixture from (step 5 above) and add into the green tea mixture.  Whisk till no lumps and the mixture is nicely blended and smooth.
  7. Pour this from (step 6 above) into the remaining milk mixture  (step 5 above) and mix till smooth and free of lumps.
  8. Finally, add the gelatine mixture into the green tea mixture and whisk till smooth.
  9. Pour into serving cups and chill in the fridge for a few hours to let the pudding set.
  10. Garnish with fresh fruits of your choice or whipped cream before serving.  Serve chilled.
  11. Yield 6 cups (depending on the size of your cups)
Here's wishing One and All 
A very Merry Christmas
A Happy, Peaceful and Prosperous 2020!

Comments

  1. Looks pretty and yummy! Wish you and yours a wonderful holiday season, Cheah.

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