Tuesday, May 9, 2017

Nata De Coco Mango Pudding

Nata de coco is chewy, translucent and the texture is similar to jelly that is produced by the fermentation of coconut water. Originated in the Philippines, nata de coco is most commonly used in sweetened desserts and it pair perfectly with pudding, ice cream and fruit cocktails.

In this recipe, I paired it with mango pudding. Why? because it taste really good and adds a nice chewy texture to the creamy pudding. 

This recipe was adapted from here. I adjusted the recipe to yield softer and creamier pudding. If you like pudding that can be un-mould, click here to get the recipe. If you love creamy pudding that serves right in the cup, you may continue to read and try out this recipe. ;)

Ingredients: ??


40g Water ? 40?

1 tbsp Gelatin Powder ???? 1??


260g Mango Puree ??? 260?

1 tsp Lemon Juice ??? 1??

60g Mango Cubes ???? 60?,??

70g Nata De Coco ?? 70?

70g Sugar ??? 70?

110g Water ? 110?

82g Whipping Cream ?????? 82?

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Method: ??

1. In a small bowl, sprinkle gelatin over water. Set aside for 10 mins.

after 10 mins...

2. Meanwhile, prepare the mango puree, add 3/4 tsp lemon juice to mango puree, mix well. Add the remaining 1/4 tsp lemon juice to mango cubes, mix well, set aside.

To prepare mango puree, blend the fresh mangoes and strain through a sieve.

3. When the gelatin is fully bloom, heat water and sugar in a saucepan. Bring to a boil and simmer until sugar is fully dissolved. 

4. Turn off heat and add in soaked gelatin, stir until the gelatin is fully dissolved.

5. Stir in mango puree and whipping cream. 

6. Pour the mixture evenly in the prepared ramekins/ pudding cups. Add in some mango cubes and nata de coco. Cover and keep in the refrigerator for at least 4 hours. Garnish with some mangoes and nata de coco, serve chilled.

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