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Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Batik Jelly (Agar-Agar Batik)

 I made this jelly for the party yesterday. It is very simple and was one of the first thing I learn to make when I was in primary school. In the old days I never measured the ingredients but just throw in things by trial & error. Also, there was no simple ingredients such like jelly powder so I used jelly strips instead. In here, I've simplified the method & ingredients and ones have no excuse not to try out yourselves.

Source: HomeKreation
Makes 8" sq
1 packet (13g) Jelly powder
1.2 liter Water
170g Sugar
1/2 cup Condensed Milk / Sweetened Creamer
250ml Fresh Milk
3/4 cup Milo

1. Boil jelly powder & water until it dissolved.
Add in sugar & stir occasionally until dissolved.
Add in condensed milk & fresh milk.

2. Pour half of the jelly mixture into a tin.
Add Milo to the remaining half & stir until well dissolved.
Wait until both mixture are cool.
Scoop the milo portion & gently drip randomly onto the white portion to create batik pattern.
The DON'Ts:
- Do not do drip the milo portion into the white portion while the two mixture are hot otherwise the colors get mixed.
- Do not stir the mixture
- Do not move the tin until the jelly is set.

3. Let it set at room temperature.
Chill before serve.


  1. The day is so hot... I can eat half a pan of this.

  2. Bestnya agar2.. Lagi best kalau makan lepas dah masuk dlm peti sejuk.. yummmy..

  3. Yummy...I'm bookmarking this! Wait till my sore throat goes off! :D

  4. Hmmm, maybe I'll try this when my sons've recovered from their cough, flu and fever...

  5. Thanks for recipes post in your blog.
    keep post latest updates.

  6. Good Morning Mme

    I would like to know that if we can use agar agar powder for jelly?

    Thank You
    Love your recipes.


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