Tuesday, August 23, 2011

Rose Pudding (Eggless)

When you say a pudding is eggless, there are only few options like custard powder, cornflour, gelatin , agar agar and may be a few other options too.  To me the last one agar agar is always the best.  Agar Agar is a must in Iftar particularly for people in South India.  There are some foods cools you down  when you have it but they don't cool the inside of your body.

  Only a few foods they cools you down when you have it as well as they cool the inside of your body.  Agar Agar is one of the food which has the quality of both.  Agar Agar is nothing but a gelatinious substance obtained from the cell walls of red algae.  Agar Agar is also a vegetarian substitute for gelatin in pudding, jelly, ice cream etc.  You can play with this agar agar and create so many different types of puddings and jelly.  Just flow your creativity and create different eggless pudding using agar agar.  Here goes my simple recipe using agar agar.


Preparation Time: 5  minutes
Cooking Time: approximately 20 minutes
Makes 6 Roses

Ingredients:
Agar Agar- 2 tbsp ( broken pieces or powder)
Milk- 400 ml
Condensed Milk- 2 tbsp
Rose syrup- few drops

Method:
Add the crushed pieces of agar agar to a pan and add about 150 ml of water.  Heat the pan in medium to low heat and let the agar agar dissolve completely.  Once the agar agar looks soft, mash with a back of a spoon to dissolve it completely.  At this stage add the milk slowly and keep stirring constantly .  Once you add the milk you might notice a few bits of agar agar floating on top, to dissolve this completely keep stirring until it dissolves completely and looks smooth.  Finally add the condensed milk and stir well.  Take it off from heat and let it cool down for a while, don't let them cool down completely , it might set.  So after a few minutes taking off from heat, add the rose syrup and dissolve well.  Now you can pour them in different fancy mould or just pour in 9 inch cake tin or plate and let them set.  Once set, keep it refrigerated and serve it chilled.

Note:
Instead of rose syrup you can also  use other flavorings like vanilla, cardamom, saffron, almond etc.

This recipe goes to Joy From Fasting To Feasting Iftar Nights


 
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73 comments:

Kalpana Sareesh said...

Wow so cute looking pudd.. hv to def try this yumm.. with rose flavor..

priya ravi said...

ur pudding looks so cute and lovely.. nice clicks.

Indu said...

Looks pretty!

Vatsala. said...

Looks awesome. Liked the colour and the rose shape. Damn cute.

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khushi said...

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Priya said...

Love ur mould, pudding looks super cute and delicious..

Suchi said...

this is a killer recipe- absolutely delightful and gorgeous pics!

Farwin@CookingitSimple said...

This is one of my favorites and usually have it during Ramadan...Presentation in rose molds looks really nice...

Jaleela Kamal said...

rompa arumai.

Sanctified Spaces said...

Superb Ayeesha. Looks so beautiful. Happy Ramzan and Id to you.

An Open Book said...

sooo pink it all looks..i have never tried rose water..so im pretty intrigued as to how it tastes

Prathibha said...

Very nice pudding..looks delicious

Priya's Feast said...

Wow..That luks like real rose in form of soothing colored dessert...Happy iftar moments..

Chandrani Banerjee said...

Wow!! Lovely pinkish rose pudding.. Nice decoration..

Deeksha said...

Looks so elegant and sounds delicious.
Wonderful clicks.

Anncoo said...

Beautiful! I love the colour of the rose pudding :)

Inspired by eRecipeCards said...

Beautiful photos. A new ingredient for me. Thanks for the details

Rani acharyulu said...

Wow, awesome pudding...lovely presentation!

Tina said...

wow...sooooo beautiful clicks and pudding dear..hmmm rose mold kalakkan...

Rekha shoban said...

wow!!!thats cute n beautiful pudding....thanks for sharing dear...will surely try it!

Az said...

Perfect Sis... This is a must at our place too for Iftar!

Archana said...

I would for once just look at my pudding! Its so pretty its a sin to eat it.



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divya said...

Wowwwwwwwwwwwww... mouth watering here.. looks so so so delicious and perfect.. simply inviting dear. .awesome clicks :)

Sayantani said...

very pretty!!!

Nitha said...

lovely.. Loved the roses... and delicious too..

Saru Singhal said...

Looks so good, will surely try my hands at it. Thanks for sharing...

alpana said...

These roses look intoxicating..........the pictures are awesome as well. Bookmarked.......will try soon.

Aarthi said...

i love this...This looks perfect...Thanks for the recipe dear.....

Cooking Creation said...

I love this! It's so elegant!

cookingvarieties said...

salam ayeesha, your agar agar looks so delicious and cooling especially with pink in color.
i love them too and in our malaysian language we also call this by the name agar-agar.
i like it chilled as a sor of appetizer or dessert during dinner.

Hamaree Rasoi said...

Wonderful and Delicious looking Pudding. Excellent Dessert.

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Sadaf said...

Looks absolutely lovely. I too have one of those rose moulds but I haven't used it to make anything other than jello.

Shanavi said...

Lovely presentation again..Love the pinky shade all through the presentation..I just looove this pudding

retete- ina said...

super,looks nice,like it,congratulations

cinnamonNchillies said...

Oh my God!!! This looks to die for! And eggless is what I need :-D. So thank you for sharing!!

Gloria said...

Look delicious!!! I love the pictures!!! gloria

Ramya said...

yummy pink beauties

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Neha said...

Very nice recipe..beautiful clicks as well...

That Girl said...

I don't think I've ever had a stand alone pudding like this, most of the ones I've had are more.....soup like? Not a great description on my part.

blackbookkitchendiaries said...

this look almost too pretty to eat! love the sound of rose pudding. such delicate flavors:)

Krithi's Kitchen said...

Have tasted this in my muslim friends house.. your pictures are so very appealing...
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savitha ramesh said...

love the picture.

Sobha Shyam said...

beautiful pudding and lovely clicks..

Priya (Yallapantula) Mitharwal said...

wow, what a great presentation and absolutely love your mould :)

Reshmi Mahesh said...

Wow...this looks cute and beautiful...sure that it tastes creamy..

Santosh Bangar said...

ROSES ARE LOOKING NATURAL TEMPTING AND ATTRACTIVE.

Torviewtoronto said...

one of our favourite pudding and we make similar
the flower moulds look beautiful maashallah

Junia said...

those rose puddings are a beauty! i love using agar agar too! i love that its vegan :D

Mugdha said...

looks soo yummy and tempting

Vidhya said...

The Rose Pudding is a treat to the eyes,I am sure it is a treat to the taste buds too.

aipi said...

Gorgeous n so girly! Lovely neat pics!
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aipi said...

Gorgeous n so girly! Lovely neat pics!
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Now Serving said...

simply beautiful Ayeesha! very creative! Save a rose for me :)))

recipeswap said...

This is truly easy and delicious looking!

Nithya said...

Loving it dear :) The rose silicon mold is amazing. Where did you get those???

ചേച്ചിപ്പെണ്ണ് said...

agar agar - is this available in kerala ?
can i use gelatin instead ?

Mehjabeen Arif said...

WOW.. This is so beautiful.. U have exceeded my expectations here.. Love the mould idea..
This looks so creamy and heavenly..


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Reshmi said...

such a visual treat for me mymoonah.its just excellent...

Swati Sapna said...

I love the fact that you have used rose-shaped moulds for this rose pudding! they look absolutely adorable!
have never tried agar-agar... but ur recipe is so simple that I must try it!

Blackswan said...

Absolutely stunning, my dear!

Kalyani's Platter said...

looks delicious & tempting clicks .........

themustardseed said...

These look so pretty and delicious. Would love to try these out. Looks perfect in a rose mold.

vianney/sweetlife said...

stunning!! I love the mold, thank you for sharing!!

Rumana Rawat said...

Very delicious:) and very beautiful too...

julie said...

lovely mould and sweet looking roses..feel like grabing it!!

Kurryleaves said...

Perfect pudding...nice presentation..lovely

Shirley said...

Lovely pudding and colour!

schmetterlingwords said...

Rose pudding looks sooo lovely. Your kiddo would have been very excited abt the pinky pink colour, rit?? Agar agar is an excellent pudding ingredient. If I get Agar agar here, I'll try your recipe for sure, it is indeed simple na :)

Now Serving said...

Wow!! What a beautiful dish, and a lovely presentation too!It sounds and looks delicious...I've never made pudding, but eggless is just right for my purposes. Wonderful snap :)

Roxana GreenGirl said...

these rose pudding are so pretty! too pretty to eat even!

Avika J Chawla said...

Lovely pudding and wonderful presentation..Eid Mubarak..m ur follower..

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MyKitchen Flavors-BonAppetit!. said...

EID wishes to U friend.This luvly pudding is a treat to all.U did Nice Click 2.Like ur post and Luv ur recipes.

Ramya said...

That looks awesome!! Lovely color and shape:-)
Cant take my eye off it!!

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