Haluvidha ( maldivian style jello)

Haluvidha ( maldivian style jello)
 
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Ingredients

Ingredients
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  • 05g Agar powder
  • 650ml Water
  • ½ cup sugar
  • ½ cup condensed milk
  • Vanilla essence
  • Pink or green food colouring
1.In a large heavy bottomed saucepan, mix in agar powder and water. Place the pan over a medium heat and stir with a metal spoon to dissolve . 2.Once the agar dissolves , bring the pan to a simmer. DON'T LET THE MIXTURE BOIL!!. , stir continuously. 3.Add condensed milk, and about ½ tsp of vanilla essence. Continue stirring, add few drops of food colouring . Stir and check if it sets by adding a small tsp on a clean plate and if it sets. 4.Carefully pour the mixture in to a tray , try and remove as much bubbles from the top, the mixture should be ½ inch thick layer. Let it cool, uncovered. Once set cut in to diamond shape and serve. [i]Variation : The traditional shape of haluvidha is diamond shape but you can pour the mixture into small individual jelly moulds and let them set , and then unmould them by running a bread knife thought the sides and inverting them on a serving plate[/i].

Haluvidha ( maldivian style jello)

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1.In a large heavy bottomed saucepan, mix in agar powder and water. Place the pan over a medium heat and stir with a metal spoon to dissolve . 2.Once the agar dissolves , bring the pan to a simmer. DON'T LET THE MIXTURE BOIL!!. , stir continuously. 3.Add condensed milk, and about ½ tsp of vanilla essence. Continue stirring, add few drops of food colouring . Stir and check if it sets by adding a small tsp on a clean plate and if it sets. 4.Carefully pour the mixture in to a tray , try and remove as much bubbles from the top, the mixture should be ½ inch thick layer. Let it cool, uncovered. Once set cut in to diamond shape and serve. [i]Variation : The traditional shape of haluvidha is diamond shape but you can pour the mixture into small individual jelly moulds and let them set , and then unmould them by running a bread knife thought the sides and inverting them on a serving plate[/i].
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