Our last Jellyriffic creation is more an explosion of color than anything else we’ve done.
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I’m mad. Insane. Cuckoo over cones. Somebody help me!
Day 29 of the 30-day Royal Selangor Jellyriffic Challenge and I’m still thinking up crazy things to do with the Royal Selangor Jelly Moulds. Case in point, this comical, conical “Angry Bird” clone cone that I made using pureed mango, food coloring, milk and agar-agar.
Layered Sarawakian Specialties
Today we are going to showcase two Sarawak specialties, made using the Royal Selangor Jelly Moulds. The first is something that has caught on all over Malaysia—the three layer tea (thanks Babe in KL for reminding us to do this!). Yes, this lovely concoction was first created in Kuching, Sarawak. The second is a no-bake cheese cracker cake that I was introduced to by a coworker.
Three Layer Tea Jelly and No-Bake Cheese Cracker Cake
Kulfi – Indian Pistachio Ice Cream Recipe
Try this cool, cardamom and pistachio flavored dessert for Deepavali / Diwali festival dinners.
We recently went out for dinner with some family friends of ours who took us to a popular Indian restaurant in town. The food was quite good, and we stuffed ourselves on naan, various biryani and curries. Even though we were full, our hosts suggested we have some kulfi (Indian ice cream) for dessert. I had never had kulfi before, so I agreed to try it. And I’m glad I did.
The texture was different from Western style ice creams – more substantial and not so airy. Another interesting thing about this kulfi is, it is served as an upright cylinder instead of a round scoop. This is because of the mold that they use to freeze the milk in.
Noticing the resemblance to our Royal Selangor Jelly Mould, Annie suggested that we make some kulfi as one of our entries in the Royal Selangor Jellyriffic Challenge. She found the recipe online, and I was tasked with the production. It almost didn’t get made.