Tuesday, June 16, 2009

Nata De Coco with Sterculia and Agar Agar Dessert

Dried Sterculia Seeds / Soaked Sterculia Seeds in water

You see, with a minor change of the one of the ingredients, you can create a different treats! I replaced soymilk with Nata De Coco! And my boy loves this and asked for more. And it looks colourful and attractive to little ones. Nata De Coco is a high-fibre, low-calories and cholesterol-free dessert. Again, you can make the agar agar yourself or you just get them from the Fruit Stall in the food court.
Preparation: 5 mins, standing time 30 mins

Ingredients (serves 2)
° 2 sterculia seeds/mollow nuts, lightly bruised
° 50g-75g agar agar (jelly), cubed
° 360g Nata De Coco

Method
1. Soak sterculia seeds in ample water for 20-30 minutes until the flesh has expanded into a loose, jelly like mass. Peel off and discard the skin. Drain well.
2. Mix all the ingredients in a jar and pour into individual glasses.
3. Chilled or serve with ice.

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

? 1st time heard abt this "Nata De Coco"! Where to get it?

Anonymous said...

looks real good for the recent heaty weather:-)

Crystal @ Blog*Spot said...

Hi

If you are in Singapore and Malaysia, it is quite easy to get it and the price is reasonable. Amost all Supermarket, Hypermart sell this.

A little bit of info on Nata De Coco : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nata_de_coco

Cheers :)

Anonymous said...

Thanks, so that is refering to coconut jelly cubes.
But what did you use as the beverage, just plain cold water?

Crystal @ Blog*Spot said...

Oh :) The Nata De Coco that I got come with cubes and syrup, so I didn't add any plain water. So, I should say that I add Seterculia and Agar Agar to it.

Cheers :)

Emily said...

Hi Crystal,
Do we need to boil the kembang-semangkuk? I so happen to have several seeds!

Crystal @ Blog*Spot said...

Hi Emily

Usually, I crack them, soak in water first to remove the shells and skin. Then, add to boil Ching Tng or other dessert.

For this, i didn't, i just add them in. If you want to boil them, yes.

cheers :)

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