Sunday, September 07, 2014

Jelly Mooncake Egg Yolk


Have you ever wondered how could you make the jelly egg yolk for jelly mooncake? The egg yolk look-alike as the salted egg yolk in the traditional baked mooncake?

I know I did, but I couldn't find any such tutorial or tips back then, but I managed to find out the answer at the bakery supplies shop,  they showed me an ice cube mould.


So this is the way to it.


It's totally optional to add a jelly egg yolk to your jelly mooncake, but personally I think it makes the whole jelly mooncake look a lot prettier. 

When I first started making jelly mooncake, I made without the egg yolk, then I improved the next year when I made them & found the right way of making them.

Jelly mooncake without the egg yolk

Jelly mooncake with the egg yolk

 
 Step-by-Step Tutorial :



Mix the sugar, jelly powder with coconut milk & simmer until the jelly powder have fully dissolved.


Turn off the heat & add in the food coloring.

Stir well.

Pour the mixture into the ice cube mould.

Unmould the jelly from the mould & you will get the jelly egg yolk.
Add them in the middle of the mixture when you prepare the jelly mooncake fillings.



Jelly Mooncake - Egg Yolk



Ingredients :
1/2 tablespoon jelly (agar-agar) powder
35gm castor sugar
70ml coconut milk (dilute with 160ml water)
Orange red food coloring



Directions :

  1. Mix the sugar, jelly powder with coconut milk & simmer until the jelly powder have fully dissolved.
  2. Turn off the heat & add in the food coloring.
  3. Pour the mixture into the ice cube mould.
  4. Unmould the jelly from the mould & you will get the jelly egg yolk.
  5. Add them in the middle of the mixture when you prepare the jelly mooncake fillings.

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Sunday, September 07, 2014

Jelly Mooncake Egg Yolk

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Have you ever wondered how could you make the jelly egg yolk for jelly mooncake? The egg yolk look-alike as the salted egg yolk in the traditional baked mooncake?

I know I did, but I couldn't find any such tutorial or tips back then, but I managed to find out the answer at the bakery supplies shop,  they showed me an ice cube mould.


So this is the way to it.


It's totally optional to add a jelly egg yolk to your jelly mooncake, but personally I think it makes the whole jelly mooncake look a lot prettier. 

When I first started making jelly mooncake, I made without the egg yolk, then I improved the next year when I made them & found the right way of making them.

Jelly mooncake without the egg yolk

Jelly mooncake with the egg yolk

 
 Step-by-Step Tutorial :



Mix the sugar, jelly powder with coconut milk & simmer until the jelly powder have fully dissolved.


Turn off the heat & add in the food coloring.

Stir well.

Pour the mixture into the ice cube mould.

Unmould the jelly from the mould & you will get the jelly egg yolk.
Add them in the middle of the mixture when you prepare the jelly mooncake fillings.



Jelly Mooncake - Egg Yolk



Ingredients :
1/2 tablespoon jelly (agar-agar) powder
35gm castor sugar
70ml coconut milk (dilute with 160ml water)
Orange red food coloring



Directions :

  1. Mix the sugar, jelly powder with coconut milk & simmer until the jelly powder have fully dissolved.
  2. Turn off the heat & add in the food coloring.
  3. Pour the mixture into the ice cube mould.
  4. Unmould the jelly from the mould & you will get the jelly egg yolk.
  5. Add them in the middle of the mixture when you prepare the jelly mooncake fillings.

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