Wednesday, May 30, 2007
Konnyaku at last
My dear cousin send several packets of konnyaku jelly for the kids, and I finally get to make this treat for the kids. The konnyaku I was used to in the past were troublesome in that you have to add flavoring, coloring, and citric acid it, but the ones that she send were all in one, and all I had to do was add water and the fruit of my choice. This jelly is firmer than the Jello brand, and unmolds easier too. I made the strawberry flavored one, and added fresh strawberries in it for the kids, and they loved it. Thanks Isabella!
Posted by East Meets West Kitchen at 1:17 AM
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I love konnyaku which I can't find in UK. Not in London, not in Croydon.
I usually like mine with lychee flavour or mango.
Wow, this is the first time I see this Konnyaku packaging. Your konnyaku mould turned out very nice!
Hey! I've been looking for trouble-free konnyaku jelly everywhere! Can you please tell me what brand your sister sent you, so I can look out for it myself? Thanks! :)
Oops, I meant cousin, not sister! :)
Yeah, we can't find it here too. Had to have my cousin send it. Will have to try the lychee next. :)
The brand is Redman, and it comes in boxes similar to 'Jello'. I think it would be easy to find it in Malaysia or Singapore. Good luck!
I had just posted a picture of the box for you.
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