Tuesday, September 27, 2011

Pumpkin Pandan (Screwpine) Jelly


I'm like a lazy person when desserts are a concern. Especially baking which definitely calls for buckets and buckets of patience and precise technic. Dessert (Dragon Fruit Coconut Jelly) like this pumpkin pandan/screwpine jelly on the other hand is about simplicity. Only 4 ingredients, and its so sensational because I'm assuming we all love pumpkin (Pumpkin Salted Fish Curry). Also, a sugarless version. Pumpkin is sweet enough, so what's the need for more sugar? I'm fine with pumpkin's natural sweetness, of course, you want to add sugar, go ahead. Who am I decide on how much of sugar you should consume? Not my business, my business however is to share ideas on what sort of dessert you can make. Pumpkin Pandan Jelly I think will be sincerely loved. Love all of you too. Take care.


Ingredients
30g agar-agar strips/seaweed
1/2 pumpkin (about 500g) -remove skin and seeds, simmer with some water and mashed.
5-6 pandan leaves (knotted)
Sugar (if  needed) 

Method
Combine 1/2 liter water, seaweed and pandan leaves in a pot. 
Simmer to heat through and to dissolve seaweed.
Strained the mixture and pour back into the pot.
Let it cool down slightly and stir in mashed pumpkin.
Taste for sugar and if needed, add and stir.
Thereafter pour into a mould.
Let it harden and cut into pieces.
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12 comments:

  1. Interesting new ingredient for me...pandan/screwpine. Sure makes a beautiful jelly combined with pumpkin :)

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  2. Pretty cool! I love that you gave pumpkin a whole new look! I bet this was delicious! I didn't know that pandan leaves kept insects at bay...

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  3. wow...delicious preparation..
    I have awards for you dear..:)
    Tasty Appetite

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  4. What a creative use of two ingredients, I haven't mixed both pumpkin and pandan yet.

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  5. thank you so much for the comments everyone, just one of my simple desserts, you people make much more fantastic ones too.

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  6. oh no...am crving for nasi lemak now that you have mention nasi lemak LOL.

    hmm...pumpkin jelly should be good

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  7. This pumpkin creation will be hit here in USA arround hallowen/otober
    looks yummy.
    Ridwan

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  8. hi nava- wow! the pumpkin pandan jelly sure looks delicious and of a very pretty color too.
    must try this.
    i think this is the first time i come across on this recipe. you know i am quite nostalgic about pumpkin./ winter squashes...thanks for sharing :)

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  9. got to try this soon..looks super delish

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