250g Orange juice
1 Orange Zest
2 tbsp Lemon juice
2 Egg yolks
250g Fresh milk
250g Whipping cream
2 tbsp Gelatine powder + 5 tbsp water
2 tsp Agar agar powder (optional)
1 tsp Orange flavour
1/4 tsp Orange colouring
1/2 tbsp Cointreau (optional)
- Soak 2 tbsp gelatine powder with 5 tbsp water.
- Lightly beat egg yolks combine with orange juice and lemon juice together and pass through a sieve, leave aside.
- In a pot, boil fresh milk, whipping cream, orange zest, sugar and agar agar together, stirring mixture all the time till liquid almost boil and add in gelatine and bring to boil again.
- Remove pot from heat, pour in orange juice mixture and stir well.
- Then add in orange flavour, cointreau and orange colouring, stir well again.
- Pour mixture into prepared mould or cups.
- Leave mould or cups in fridge for about one hour to set.
Thks for the info! 🙂
Is the 6x sunflowers~made of silicon.
Can check http://www.silikomart.com
Ur orange puddings looks so cute n delish!! Can u advise the sunflower mould ur using – is it the one with 6x sunflowers OR with15 mini sunflowers? ( i googled KC for pics )Im living abroad and will be asking my friend to buy for me.
Thks in advance,
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hi..delicious pudding o..
This is stunning! I love the moulds you used!
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The pudding looks so cute as a flower 🙂
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you got a brilliant space…the pudding looks really mouthwatering…
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These look perfect,like something I would get in a fancy restruant!
These are so beautiful…..love it! 🙂
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Yummy dessert, looks so inviting! Thanks. I love your molds.
Haha…you've got sharp eyes. Most of my plates are from Daiso. Same here, love to shop there 😀
The bowl and plate looks familiar… did you buy them from Daiso ? I love shopping at Daiso !
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First time here….you have nice space with yum recipes…love the way u r presenting the food….Orange pudding looks drool worthy..
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those pudding looks like they're too cute to eat!
The puddings look good and sounds so refreshing! Citrus flavor always so delightful.
p/s Daiso is one of my favorite places to shop too 😀
If you want to put the pudding in flowers shaped moulds, is better to add in the agar agar powder~so that the pudding is firm enough for removing from the moulds.
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Your presentation of the orange pudding is so pretty and I just copied this recipe to try for my next cooking groups meeting. I have some cute little molds in the shape of different flowers that I have been wanting to use again. Thank you for sharing your recipe.
I love pudding. I love citrus. I love this orange pudding. Oh my oh my!!
They look so pretty!
Wow, your puddings look so pretty. All my pudding moulds are back home :(, and there are not many pudding mould varieties here…
Looks delectable! i love your presentation 🙂
Oh, this looks delicious and make me think of some dessert suddenly!
Barbara, Ashley & Anja,
Thank you! The sunflower mould is make of silicon, can be used in the oven.
Orange pudding sounds yummy to me. never thought of this yet. The shapes are great.
should b nice taste n smell… h3h3!!!
What a beautiful, simple dessert! I love you molds.
Thank you, Rachel. 🙂
These pudding looks delicious..^_^ Nice moulds and plates you have..
SIS & Sonia:
The sunflower mould from Phoon Huat and the other one from Daiso.
Don't worry I have all the ingredients at home, so only spent about 30-40 mins to complete.:)
Where u buy the mould from, nice leh…
This look really delicious, but need to have a lot of ingredients..Good shots of pictures.