Saturday, August 9, 2008

Sweet Corn Agar-agar Mooncake


Pandan layer
150g water
35g sugar
1 1/2tsp agar-agar powder
3blades pandan leaves
100g coconut milk/fresh milk/evaporated milk
few drops of green food colouring

Cream corn layer
150g water
40g sugar
1 1/2tsp agar-agar powder
100g fresh milk
1 1/2tbsp custard powder
100g cream corn

Pandan layer:
1. Boil water, sugar, agar-agar powder and pandan leaves together until sugar and agar-agar powder dissolved.
2. Remove pandan leaves.
3. Stir in the milk and boil over low heat.
4. Off the fire and stir in the green colouring.

Cream corn layer:
1. Boil water, sugar and agar-agar powder together until sugar and agar-agar powder dissolved.
2. Mix the milk and custard powder together.
3. Lower fire and stir in the custard mixture.
4. Stir until the mixture smooth and slightly thicken.
5. Off the fire and stir in the cream corn.

Assemble the agar agar:
1. Pour the pandan layer into the mould about half full.
2. Leave it to a semi-set stage (When you touch the surface of the agar-agar, it should be soft and sticky.) then gently fill up the mould with the cream corn layer.
3. Let it set and chill in the fridge.
4. Loosen the side, invert the mould and gently press the agar agar out of the mould.


Elyn said...

Your agar agar mooncake certainly look good! I always think that the process of making them is too tedious :)

Happy Flour said...

Hi Elyn,

Some may said that it easy but I felt that it need a bit of patient. You have to make sure that the agar agar powder dissolved,if not it will not set (the powder is so fine so is difficult to see). And the agar agar must be semi-set before pouring the next layer. Sometime I will miss it so the agar agar can't stick together.:(

Why don't you give it a try and you can master another skill.


LayChoo said...

Happy B'day!

Happy Flour said...

Thanks you very much.

Elyn said...

Happy Belated Birthday!

Happy Flour said...

Hi Elyn,

Thanks you very much.

Anonymous said...

Hello Happy Flour,

I am looking for the molds like the ones you used for your moon cakes.

May I ask where are they from?

please email me if possible at

thank you for posting! :D

Happy Flour said...

Hi Anonymous,

I bought it from Sun Lik. You can also find it in Phoon Huat.