Strawberry China grass Pudding Recipe | Eggless Strawberry Pudding

Strawberry China grass Pudding Recipe | Eggless Strawberry Pudding

 

 

Strawberry China grass Pudding Recipe | Eggless Strawberry Pudding | How to make easy strawberry pudding with step by step instructions

 

Strawberry China grass Pudding Recipe

 

Strawberry China grass Pudding Recipe | Eggless strawberry pudding is easy, quick, Gluten free & can be made vegan, vegetarian, summer season dessert made with few easily available ingredients.

It is made of milk, strawberries, sugar, dry fruits and of course china grass/agar agar.

Last year in Mango season I have shared Mango china grass pudding.  Have a look at it and please do try my recipe this summer.

If you love strawberries and  looking for more strawberry recipes, do check out the following on the blog –

Eggless No bake strawberry cheesecake

Strawberry cheesecake cupcakes

Strawberry and chocolate mousse

5 ingredient Strawberry Lemonade recipe

 

Strawberry China grass Pudding Recipe, is this easy?

Definitely Yes. As this recipe uses minimal ingredients, easy to make and eggless, is what drives me to try different variations with china grass.

This dessert is silky smooth, light on stomach, kid friendly and perfect for any occasion.

 

Why use China grass instead of it’s other counterparts?

I have been eating china grass since childhood. It’s much more easier to handle, sets well and perfect for puddings and custards.

I have earlier worked with Gelatin to make desserts like No bake mango cheesecake and Virgin pinacolada no bake cheesecake.

But with my experiments, I felt that china grass gives a more light feel to the dessert as compared to gelatin.

How to serve this?

This strawberry pudding recipe suffice for six individual servings and perfect dessert to serve post dinner or can be served to kids as cool treat after school hours.

This dessert needs a little bit of pre planning since you need to set and refrigerate it for a couple of hours to allow it to chill.

At the time of serving, you can top it with strawberry syrup, chopped nuts, or with just fresh chopped strawberries.

With each bite you will feel the smooth, creamy, velvety texture with crunch of nuts and Strawberry pieces.

So without further ado, let’s begin and learn how to make strawberry pudding recipe from scratch with china grass.

 

Strawberry China grass pudding recipe

 

 

Step by step instructions and pictorial presentation to make Strawberry China grass Pudding Recipe | Eggless Strawberry Pudding

First assemble all the ingredients.

Cut the half packet of china grass/agar agar (around 5 grams) into small pieces using scissors.

Soak this into 1/2 liter (pre boiled and cooled) milk for about 15 minutes. Keep it aside.

Meanwhile chop strawberries in small pieces.

Now boil milk with china grass on slow flame and stir it continuously till it dissolves completely. Switch off the flame and strain the milk mixture through sieve.

Place this pan again on stove and add sugar and cardamom powder to this and cook for 5 more minutes. Add Saffron and chopped nuts.

Cool it a bit and pour into moulds.  After that immediately mix chopped strawberries.

As china grass sets on room temperature quickly you need to keep check on it.

Strawberry Chinagrass Pudding Recipe

Keep in the fridge to chill for 3 to 4 hours. De mould and serve with chopped dry fruits on the top.

Notes :

1. China grass sets quickly at the room temperature so pre prepare everything and then start making this dessert.

2. You can set china grass in small individual bowls or in shot glasses.

3. Adjust the quantity of sugar according to sweetness of strawberries.

4. For Vegan Friendly options, use Coconut or Almond milk.

 

 

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Strawberry China grass Pudding Recipe

Strawberry China grass Pudding Recipe | Eggless strawberry pudding is easy, quick, Gluten free & vegan friendly, vegetarian dessert made with few easily available ingredients from your kitchen pantry.
Prep Time10 mins
Cook Time10 mins
Refrigeration3 hrs
Course: Dessert
Cuisine: eggless china grass pudding, Indian, strawberry china grass pudding
Keyword: eggfree dessert
Servings: 6
Author: Lata Lala

Ingredients

  • 5 grams china grass strands
  • 1/2 liter milk
  • 1/2 tsp cardamom powder
  • 4 tbsp of sugar more or less
  • 8 blanched Pistachios slivered
  • 8 strands of saffron
  • 6 Strawberries chopped
  • Few Strawberries to garnish

Instructions

  • First assemble all the ingredients.
  • Cut the half packet of china grass/agar agar (around 5 grams) into small pieces using scissors.
  • Soak this into 1/2 liter (pre boiled and cooled) milk for about 15 minutes. Keep it aside.
  • Meanwhile chop strawberries in small pieces.
  • Now boil milk with china grass on slow flame and stir it continuously till it dissolves completely. Switch off the flame and strain the milk mixture through sieve.
  • Place this pan again on stove and add sugar and cardamom powder to this and cook for 5 more minutes. Add Saffron and chopped nuts.
  • Cool it a bit and pour into moulds.  After that immediately mix chopped strawberries.
  • As china grass sets on room temperature quickly you need to keep check on it.
  • Keep in the fridge to chill for 3 to 4 hours. De mould and serve with chopped dry fruits on the top.

Notes

1. China grass sets quickly at the room temperature so pre prepare everything and then start making this dessert.
2. You can set china grass in small individual bowls or in shot glasses.
3. Adjust the quantity of sugar according to sweetness of strawberries.
4. For Vegan Friendly options, use Coconut or Almond milk.

 

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Strawberry China grass Pudding Recipe

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  1. Priya Srinivasan

    5 stars
    Strawberry china grass pudding looks very pretty lata! Love the shape of the mould. an easy dessert to make for parties and get togethers!

  2. Mayuri Patel

    5 stars
    Love this fruity version of china grass pudding. Growing up, china grass pudding was a popular dessert for the weekends. My aunt would make different flavored ones. A cool and refreshing dessert for the summer.

    1. Lata Lala

      Yes indeed a summer Dessert. Thanks Mayuri.

  3. Poonam Bachhav

    5 stars
    China grass pudding with Strawberry looks absolutely delightful ! Would love giving it a try.

  4. A delightful, refreshing, and delicious China grass pudding is sure to get people’s attention. Perfect summer desserts to cool down in melting heat.

  5. Sapana Behl

    5 stars
    China grass is my favorite ingredient to make puddings without eggs. The strawberry pudding looks so delicious and loves the cute shape you have made them. The subtle pink color is looking so beautiful.

  6. Sandhya Ramakrishnan

    5 stars
    What a fun recipe this is! I have tons of agar agar strands and was wondering what to make with it and here I see your recipe. I am going to be making it over the weekend. I have to see if I can get some cute moulds to assemble this is in 🙂

    1. Lata Lala

      Agar agar is such a great ingredient Sandhya. I have many recipes with agar agar. Please do check them out also.
      Thanks dear for stopping by.

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