Jujubes aux fruits (végétaliens) Je vous présente aujourd’hui une autre collaboratrice: Fanny Lalonde qui vous partagera ses essais culinaires et ses magnifiques photos!
Qui n’aime pas les jujubes? Ces petites bouchées moelleuses et sucrées qu’on s’enfile l’une après l’autre jusqu’à voir le fond du sac? Moi en tous cas, j’adore les jujubes. Ce que j’aime moins cependant, c’est la liste d’ingrédients qui les composent. C’est pourquoi je vous propose aujourd’hui une version maison des jujubes qui vous offre tout le moelleux, mais pas le reste.
Ces jujubes sont rapides et faciles à faire, contiennent très peu d’ingrédients et, en prime, plein de vitamines qui proviennent des bons fruits. Portez à ébullition le liquide et les fruits. Les jujubes se conservent très bien au réfrigérateur, dans un contenant hermétique, durant 1 à 2 semaine (s’il vous en reste aussi longtemps!) * Personnellement, je préfère les baies (framboises, bleuets, cerises, fraises, bleuets), mais allez-y avec votre fruit favori. -Fanny Lalonde. Gulaman with Pineapples and Raisins. Gulaman is a type of jelly dessert made out of agar; it is then flavoured with milk, pineapple juice, pineapples and raisins.
It is another popular dessert in the Philippines, mainly because it’s easy to make and it’s very economical. Agar or agar-agar is a gelatinous substance coming from red algae; it is a popular ingredient in Asian cuisine where its use is not just restricted in gelatine. Also used as a laxative, an appetite suppressant, gelatine substitute for vegetarians and a thickener for soups; it is also used in fruit preserves, ice cream and other desserts like this post. Ingredients 2 bars red gulaman 4 cups water 1 large evaporated milk 1 large can pineapple, cubed reserve liquid 1/4 cup raisins 1 1/2 cup sugar 1 tsp vanilla extract Method 1. You can find gulaman bars in Amazon (through this link or the products below) Like this: Like Loading... Related Buko Pandan In "Filipino" Crema de Fruta Cake week, Day 3: Crema de Fruta.
Cathedral Jelly. Kyauk Kyaw: Coconut Agar-Agar Jellies. Coconut Agar-Agar Jellies Now I’ve made (and eaten) a lot of Asian-style jelly desserts in my day, but I think I have to declare these Burmese Kyauk Kyaw as my new favorite.
Banana and tapicoa agar agar. I stumbled onto a very beautiful blog,Qlinart, the other day when i was looking for banana recipes..and found a banana and tapioca pearl pudding....the recipe looked and sounded so good that i made it the very next day....but the unforgiving weather has put a damper on my taste buds, making it hyper-sensitive to rich and creamy foods...
(i just crave for icy and salady stuff nowadays!!).. Tiramisu (using Agar Agar)Nouveau Raw. This is wonderful recipe, not only will it cause your eyes to roll back into your head out of pure delight… but also it teaches you many interesting raw techniques.
By the time you make this dessert you will be well-educated on making your own nut milk, coconut cream, date paste and Irish moss paste. These techniques will come in handy as you dive into the raw food culinary world! You will also learn the powers behind coconut oil, what to do with almond pulp, and the role that lecithin plays in a recipe. The best advice I can give is to first read through the recipe and instructions carefully before you start. This will help you be better prepared. Almond milk and pulp ~ In order to get nut pulp you have to make nut milk. Date paste ~ This is another great staple to have on hand, so don’t worry about making the exact measurement that is required for the recipe. Coconut Cream ~ This is another luxurious food using Young Thai Coconuts. Agar Agar - Modernist Cooking Made Easy. Agar, or agar agar, is a gelling agent extracted from red algae.
It is commonly used to stabilize foams and to thicken or gel liquids. It is relatively easy to work with and a good starting point for modernist cooking. Where to Buy Agar Agar You can buy agar agar several places. We highly recommend ModernistPantry.com, they have great service and are really good to work with (because of this, we do have an affiliate relationship with them).
44 agar-agar recipes. Yummy Vegan, Vegan Avocado Pudding INGREDIENTS: For 3~4... Non-alcoholic mojito agar agar. Get Your Jelly On – Day 15: Non-Alcoholic Mojito Agar Agar It has been glorious today!
I woke up with lots of sunshine, most importantly dry. Instantly, I felt it would be a shame to stay at home all day! For the last few weekends, I spent most of my time in the kitchen, prepared the recipes for Royal Selangor - Get Your Jelly On– 30-day Challenge. From time to time, I fancy some cold drinks with lots of ice. When the weather is sunny and dry, it makes me feel like summer again.