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Sago Agar Agar

1000ml water
300g sugar
2 1/2 agar-agar powder
500ml santan
1/2 tsp salt
200g sago

1. Soak the sago for 5 mins in a container. then boil with plenty of water until transparent. Dish out in a sieve and drain well.
2. Divide into 2 portions and color one red and another green.
3. Boil water, sugar and agar-agar powder until dissolved, add in santan and salt. Divide into 2 portions and cook for a while.
4. Mix well the red portion of the sago into one portion of the agar-agar, pour into tray and let it set.
5. Mix well the green portion of the sago with the second portion of the agar-agar. Pour on top of the red sago agar-agar.
6. Let it set and cool in fridge before serving.


August 20, 2006 - Posted by | Kuih


  1. Last weekend my gf and I attempted to make agar-agar

    They turned out quite hard.. is it because we put too much of agar-agar? Your agar-agar look so nice! The colors are so tempting!

    Comment by vkeong | August 29, 2006 | Reply

  2. is the agar-agar totally dissolved? check by stirring. perhaps its too much of it or too little water.

    Comment by littleguykitchen | August 30, 2006 | Reply

  3. Arlow…Just wana confirm amount of agar agar powder. Izit 2 1/2 tablespoon or packet of agar agar powder. how much does a packet contains? I m in Aussie now and all tht i can find in the local asian shop is a small packet of agar agar powder….

    Comment by del | October 3, 2006 | Reply

  4. it’s 2 1/2 tablespoon from the packet. a packet comes in different sizes. try figuring or use a calc to reduce portion.

    Comment by littleguykitchen | November 16, 2006 | Reply

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