tau fu fa recipe without gypsum recipes,how to make tau fu fa recipe without gypsum

Tau Fu Fa (soy milk pudding) is made with gypsum powder and usually served hot or warm. This recipe uses gelatine powder to set this soy milk pudding. Since desserts made with gelatine will only set when chilled, this Tau Fu Fa is served chilled with delicious brown sugar syrup.

Smooth Chilled Tau Fu Fa (without Gypsum Powder)

Ingredients for Tau Fu Fa:

135 ml (9 tbsps.) plain water
24 g (6 3/4 tsps.) gelatine powder
1500 ml (6 cups) unsweetened soy milk (room temperature) (Related recipes: Homemade Soybean Milk, Homemade Black Soybean Milk)
Ingredients for brown sugar syrup:

90 ml (6 tbsps.) hot water
120 g (9 1/2 tbsps.) dark brown sugar
30 g (2 1/2 tbsps.) white sugar
1 pc pandan leaf

Preparing Tau Fu Fa:

1 Sprinkle gelatine over plain water gradually, set aside to soak for 20 minutes. (Reminder: The strength for gelatine powder used in this recipe is 200 blooms. If using vegetarian gelatine to replace gelatine powder, you need to add more, about 1.25 times of the amount of gelatine powder, which is about 30 g.)

2 Heat the soaked gelatine over low heat, stirring until fully dissolved.

3 Strain melted gelatine into soy milk, mix until well blended. (Reminder: The unsweetened soy milk must be at room temperature or warm, not cold. Gelatine will set when chilled, it can’t be mixed until well blended if cold soy milk is used.)

4 Cover and chilled for at least 8 hours or best overnight until set.

5 Serve chilled with brown sugar syrup.

Preparing for brown sugar syrup:

1 Combine all ingredients for brown sugar syrup in a saucepan.

2 Bring to the boil over medium heat, stir until sugar has melted.

3 Strain brown sugar syrup through a sieve, set aside to cool for later use.

tau fu fa recipe without gypsum

Traditionally, Tau Fu Fa (soy milk pudding) is made with gypsum powder and usually served hot or warm. This recipe uses gelatine powder to set this soy milk pudding. Since desserts made with gelatine will only set when chilled, this Tau Fu Fa is served chilled with delicious brown sugar syrup.

5 minPrep Time

5 minCook Time

10 minTotal Time

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Ingredients

    for Tau Fu Fa:
  • 135 ml (9 tbsps.) plain water
  • 24 g (6 3/4 tsps.) gelatine powder
  • 1500 ml (6 cups) unsweetened soy milk (room temperature)
  • for brown sugar syrup:
  • 90 ml (6 tbsps.) hot water
  • 120 g (9 1/2 tbsps.) dark brown sugar
  • 30 g (2 1/2 tbsps.) white sugar
  • 1 pc pandan leaf

Instructions

  1. 1 Sprinkle gelatine over plain water gradually, set aside to soak for 20 minutes. (Reminder: The strength for gelatine powder used in this recipe is 200 blooms. If using vegetarian gelatine to replace gelatine powder, you need to add more, about 1.25 times of the amount of gelatine powder, which is about 30 g.)
  2. 2 Heat the soaked gelatine over low heat, stirring until fully dissolved.
  3. 3 Strain melted gelatine into soy milk, mix until well blended. (Reminder: The unsweetened soy milk must be at room temperature or warm, not cold. Gelatine will set when chilled, it can’t be mixed until well blended if cold soy milk is used.)
  4. 4 Cover and chilled for at least 8 hours or best overnight until set.
  5. 5 Serve chilled with brown sugar syrup.
  6. Preparing for brown sugar syrup:
  7. 1 Combine all ingredients for brown sugar syrup in a saucepan.
  8. 2 Bring to the boil over medium heat, stir until sugar has melted.
  9. 3 Strain brown sugar syrup through a sieve, set aside to cool for later use.

Notes

Strain brown sugar syrup through a sieve, set aside to cool for later use.

Tags

Cuisines
Chinese
Courses
Breakfast
Diet
vegetarian
vegan
lacto vegetarian
ovo vegetarian
pescetarian
Allergy
gluten free
dairy free
egg free
wheat free
seafood free
treenut free
sesame free

Nutrition

Calories

1151 cal

Fat

24 g

Carbs

209 g

Protein

44 g
7.8.1.2
5
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