Gyukaku-style Milk Pudding Recipe Without Gelatin

Gyukaku is one of those restaurants all you can eat which is loved by many people. In addition to the taste and quality of the meat, this Japanese-style restaurant also presents a dessert that is a pity to miss, namely milk pudding doused in brown sugar and sprinkled with peanut powder.

Soft texture combined with sweet and slightly hint The savory taste of peanuts makes it a prima donna. To enjoy dessert For this, you don’t need to spend a bit deep.

Cause with budget minimal, you can make it yourself at home. Curious what the recipe is like? Come on, see the following steps.

1. Materials needed

Gyukaku-style Milk Pudding Recipe Without Gelatin, Luxurious but Cheapmilk illustration (pexels.com/Alexas Fotos)

Pudding Ingredients:

  • 600 ml liquid milk full cream
  • 2 tsp agar plain
  • 2 tbsp sugar

Sauce Ingredients:

  • 150 ml brown sugar
  • 100 ml water

Peanut Topping:

  • 30 grams or 3 tablespoons peanuts

2. Cook the pudding first

Gyukaku-style Milk Pudding Recipe Without Gelatin, Luxurious but Cheapboiling illustration (pixabay.com/Three-shots)

Heat the liquid milk in a saucepan or pan using medium heat that tends to be low. Add jelly plain and sugar. Stir until everything is completely dissolved.

After boiling, let the pudding sit until the steam is completely gone. This is so that the pudding does not runny when stored in the container.

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3. Make the brown sugar sauce

Gyukaku-style Milk Pudding Recipe Without Gelatin, Luxurious but Cheapillustration of melting brown sugar (pexels.com/cottonbro)

While waiting for the pudding, we can continue the cooking process by making brown sugar sauce. First of all, crush the brown sugar to make it easier to cook during the melting process. Cook brown sugar and water using medium heat.

When it boils, which is indicated by the appearance of a lot of foam, let it sit for a while. Pour the brown sugar sauce into a container while filtering. Set aside the brown sugar sauce.

4. Make the peanut topping topping

Gyukaku-style Milk Pudding Recipe Without Gelatin, Luxurious but Cheapillustration of grinding nuts (pexels.com/cottonbro)

When the water vapor in the pudding has disappeared completely, immediately pour it into a container while filtering. The goal is none other than to make the texture softer. Store the pudding in the refrigerator when it cools down.

Let’s make toppings peanuts while waiting for pudding. Roast peanuts on medium heat. Destroy it using blender or chopper until the texture turns into a coarse grain. Set aside the nuts.

5. Milk pudding is ready to serve

Gyukaku-style Milk Pudding Recipe Without Gelatin, Luxurious but CheapGyukaku-style milk pudding illustration (instagram.com/dolcebocca.id)

The final and most anticipated step, let’s plating milk pudding! Pour the brown sugar sauce over the solidified milk pudding. As a finishing touch, sprinkle nuts on top. Gyukaku-style milk pudding is ready to be served!

With just four steps, you can taste a luxury restaurant-style dessert. The price is also quite cheap. Interested in trying it at home?

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