Another pudding to the list of my easy-to-make lazy-head ideas – I was tempted to make this as a part of a bragging session in our office. A colleague had spoken at large on how lovely rose milk tasted when hardened by china grass. He kept saying the same thing for almost three days, and finally, not being able to hold my temptation, I went ahead and made it. Yes, very easy and very simple… and tastes good too… I shared a couple of moulds with the colleagues who had endured his speech and him as well, and everybody loved it…
Rose Milk Pudding
- 500 ml milk
- 1/2 can condensed milk
- 1/2 cup water
- 5 gm agar-agar strands china grass
- 3 tbsp rose syrup
- Soak the agar-agar in the water for 15-20 minutes.
- Combine the milk and condensed milk in a saucepan and cook on low flame.
- Microwave the agar-agar for around 3 minutes, 1 minute at a time and stirring in between till warm.
- Add this mixture into the milk mixture and continue cooking till the agar-agar dissolves.
- Cook on low flame so that the milk does not get stuck to the bottom of the pan.
- Finally add in the rose syrup, cook for another 5 minutes and switch off.
- Pour into moulds or into a small glass pan, and allow to cool.
- Cover and leave it in the fridge for minimum of one hour to set.
- Cut into pieces and serve with extra rose syrup, nuts, chocolate chips or anything you like to!