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Pandan Egg Drop Jelly
This pandan fragrant and refreshing egg drop jelly is certainly a perfect sweet treat for your loved ones on Valentine’s day.
    Servings Prep Time
    2small pans 15minutes
    Cook Time
    10minutes
    Servings Prep Time
    2small pans 15minutes
    Cook Time
    10minutes
    Ingredients
    Egg drop filling
    Outer white layer
    Instructions
    1. Egg drop filling – Place the water, sugar and agar agar powder into a small pot together with pandan leaves. Using a hand whisk to stir well mixture at medium low heat to boil. Keep stirring until the sugar dissolved and discard pandan leaves.
    2. Continue to stir mixture for another minute to boil again and add pink colouring. Then slowly stream in beaten egg into the boiling liquid and stirring with a hand whisk in one direction.
    3. Pour egg drop liquid into two (5 inch) moulds to 3/4 full and let it set in refrigerator for about an hour.
    4. Outer white layer – Place the ingredients (except milk) into a small pot together with pandan leaves. Using a hand whisk to stir well mixture at medium low heat to boil. Keep stirring until the sugar dissolved and discard pandan leaves, continue to stir for another minute. Off heat and pour in fresh milk, stir well liquid mixture.
    5. Take out the set jelly from the fridge, and gently scratch the jelly with a sharp knife. This will make the jellies stick together.
    6. Pour a layer of white liquid into the mould and gently place the egg drop jelly into it. Then pour in the remaining white liquid on top with a spoon. Place the moulds back to the refrigerator and chill for a few hours when it is ready to serve.