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Egg Drop Agar Agar Jelly

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I'm sure Egg Drop soup is very common to most of you. Egg Drop Soup ( traditional: 蛋花汤 "dan hua tang" literally "egg flower soup") is a Chinese Soup of wispy beaten eggs in boiled chicken broth. The finished soup is finished by adding a thin stream of beaten eggs to the boiling broth in the final moments of cooking, creating thin, silken strands or flakes of cooked egg that float in the soup.
Why not try something a little different making Egg Drop into sweet dessert. Make it into Egg Drop Agar Agar Jelly to beat the scorching hot weather to cool down our body. As agar agar powder is tasteless and egg drop is rather bland, I added 4 pieces pandan leaves to boil with the agar agar liquid to lend a unique taste and aroma to the dessert. 


I used the fluted savarin pan (silicone mould) from Sarah-Jane(her blog) to make this pretty jelly, you may like to check the new stocks from SiliconeMoulds.com.




This is the recipe
1 packet (13g) Agar agar powder
1200ml Water
100ml Fresh milk
190g Sugar (can add up to 200-210g sugar if you prefer sweeter)
4 Pandan leaves (tie into knots)
1 Egg white + half egg yolk 


Method:
  • In a pot add 1200ml water, sugar and agar agar powder together and bring to boil.
  • Keep stirring the agar agar liquid constantly until boil at medium heat, off heat .
  • Discard pandan leaves, add a drop of rose pink colouring and stirring it for another 2-3 minutes.
  • Measure 250ml agar agar liquid and 100ml of fresh milk together, stir well and pour into the silicone mould.
  • Leave in refrigerator to set for 5-10 minutes. Using a small knife gently scratch the agar agar before adding the egg drop agar agar liquid on top. This method is to make the agar agar jelly sticks together
  • Re-boil the remaining agar agar liquid with a small drop of rose pink coloring into it.(or add coloring after the egg drop)
  • Beat egg until frothy and drop the beaten egg in a thin stream straight into the agar agar liquid and stir with a hand whisk in one direction. Remove from heat as soon as egg have been taken out and off heat. 
  • Gently pour all egg drop agar agar liquid on top of the white agar agar.
  • Leave agar agar jelly to cool and place in the refrigerator for few hours before it is serve.
Enjoy!



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  1. 最近常看你用silicon的模型哦~很美。

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  2. Well, now, THAT is certainly unique! I would be delighted to sample.

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  3. This is beautiful Ann! I am always amazed on how creative you are. I have a packet of agar agar powder that I have been wanting to use, I was thinking of your colorful fish! I don't have very many decorative silicone molds.

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  4. very beautiful jelly! cooling for the weather now!

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  5. ann, you're so creative! (: this lok so lovely, unique and delicious! (:

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  6. Emmmm this is a special agar agar, i have not tried using egg whites/egg in making this dessert b4. I would like to give it a try. Thanks for sharign such a beautiful dessert.

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  7. very interesting and creative! Looks very pretty too :)

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  8. @Tracylow
    Tracy ~ 这些摸是Sarah送给我做review,不是买的。

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  9. @Cuisine Paradise

    Ellena, have a try, it is really cooling dessert.

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  10. Whoa Ann, new mould huh! I like the colour effect very much. Very beautiful. Thanks so much for sharing. Hope you're having a great day.
    regards,
    Kristy

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  11. The mould looked nice^^
    Actually where Sarah live n how to buy from her.
    It seems like she is not staying m'sia n s'pore.

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  12. @Wendy的厨房日记
    Wendy, Sarah is in UK. You can click on the link SiliconeMoulds.com to get to her website.

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  13. Ann, you seem to be enjoying and having fun with the silicone mould. Very pretty agar-agar ... anything done by you sure turn out beautifully.

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  14. Ann, I love your agar-agar creations. They are always so lovely! This would be great on a warm day and those molds are really handy.

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  15. Look fantastic! I saw few agar2x recipe with egg, but never try it before. Will you get egg taste in your agar2x?

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  16. The mould is very pretty and the agar agar is fantastic.

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  17. @Yummy Bakes
    Chris, it is very sweet of Sarah sending the moulds to me. But I need to 搅尽脑汁 and thinking how to make use of the silicone moulds. ;DD

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  18. Oh Ann... This is beautiful! And yours makes me miss the one that my mom often makes in home :D

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  19. @Biren @ Roti n Rice

    Thank you Biren. Because the weather is super hot here around 33-35 degree, really needs to make more desserts.

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  20. @DG

    DG, use small eggs and pandan leaves so will not get too much of the egg taste.

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  21. Your creations are always so lovely and eye catching, Ann. How creative to use egg drop with agar agar. Nice cooling dessert for very hot weather.

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  22. This is so beautiful! You never fail to impress me!

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  23. It looks gorgeous! Addition of egg into the agar agar makes it protein-packed egg-drop agar agar. I like the idea.

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  24. 好特别的作法,我好喜欢哦。。。。。出来的成品很大方又好看。。。赞!!

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  25. So pretty!! Another beautiful creations from you. I remember eating something similar at a Malay friend house years ago but she did it with coconut milk.

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  26. Gorgeous and definitely look refreshing! Served really cold would be so delicious!

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  27. Such easy and lovely recipe, my kids will love it! Thanks for sharing!^^

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  28. I remember I made Egg Drop agar-agar before for my class party during my secondary school days. I love the end product of adding the egg drop :)

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  29. una verdadera exquisitez luce muy linda,un postre delicioso y una buena idea me encanta,cariños y abrazos.

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  30. my mom-in -law has been made tis edd drop jelly b4.delicious n special!

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  31. Gert & Min ~
    I remember the first time I made this many years back in the egg shell and later made into the konyakku mould. I prefer to add milk, more healthy and can last longer.

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  32. ann, this is really beautiful, the colour and the egg floss in it looks very attractive! hope i'll be able to make this one day with the egg drop!

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  33. Wow, this is such a creative and gorgeous idea for dessert!

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  34. What an unique jelly recipe! You are great in creating agar agar dishes.

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  35. Yes I have tried egg drop soup but this egg drop dessert is insanely creative! It looks so pretty too with that mold. You're such a good baker Ann!

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  36. so creative!! and look great wt cute design!!

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  37. Hey, Ann, this is truly original. So kind of you to share!

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  38. I salute you, Ann! You always come up with the most interesting and unique agar agar concoctions!

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  39. i remember eat similar jelly in Malay friend house, so yummy!

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  40. Didn't know can use egg drop to make such a beautiful agar agar... ^_^

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  41. @Joelyn~幸福の起点

    Joelyn, 你一定也会做的很美,试试看 :)

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  42. @Tanantha
    Thank you Tanantha :) (blush**)

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  43. @noobcook

    Thanks Wiffy :) You're great too!

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  44. Thank you very much everyone for your awesome compliment :))

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  45. hello Anncoo, i think it has been quite some time since I came by to drool... like one blogger told me the other day.. coming by here makes me wish that these food can be printed out and be eaten! hahaha...

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  46. Oh nice, very special! Love the mould and the color. Thanks for sharing such a cool desert! 

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  47. That is such a unique recipe! Looks delicious too! Thank you so much for your sweet comment on my site! It's great to meet you!

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  48. @reanaclaire
    Hi Claire, so nice to hear from you again. That's a sweetest compliment, how about deliver some of my goodies to u... ;DD

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  49. @Kimberly
    That's Kim. Your blog certainly looks great!

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  50. This is gorgeous Ann.. with such a perfect finishing.... very neat and delicious looking :)

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  51. I am as always dear Anncoo amazed by you creativities! This is amazing, just stunning! I have no idea what else to say:))

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  52. @Sandra

    Thank you very much Sandra. Your sweet compliment makes me blush **=**

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  53. Hi! I'm having a linky party called A Themed Baker's Sunday where this week's theme is cheesecake! I'd love for you to join and link up! If you don't have a cheesecake recipe, I'd love for you to come back for this next weeks theme, which is tomorrow, and it's cakes and cake pops!
    http://cupcakeapothecary.blogspot.com/2011/05/themed-bakers-sunday-5.html#comments
    Alyssa

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  54. What a great idea! Looks so pretty!

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  55. What a fun idea. It looks so pretty.

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  56. What an interesting recipe. I just love your photos. They are so pretty. I would love for you to come over and share your egg drop agar at These Chicks Cooked Recipe Spotlight. Have a blessed day :)
    Katie

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  57. @blkenigma888

    Thank you for the invite. Will link up soon :)

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  58. Thanks for showing off your recipe at These Chicks Cook :) I hope you can come by with another great recipe Wednesday. Have a fantastic weekend!
    Katie

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  59. My mom used to make such agar agar for us when we were young. Really nice.

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  60. @Katie @ This Chick Cooks
    Thank Katie for the invitation. I've linked up two posts this week.

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  61. @edith
    Right Edith, this is actually an old fashioned dessert.

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  62. Hello from SPAIN VIGO .. I love this dessert is beautiful, dotted the recipe and follow you, I invite you to share my recipes and blog ..... warm greetings MARIMI

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