Layered coffee cheese flan jelly. Add instant coffee into the remaining agar agar water. Pour into the prepared mould a layer of flan, then coffee, then flan, then coffee… until the mould is filled. Several notes to bear in mind: Make jelly layers: Put molds for the jelly in to a large tray.

If the mold floats, put something heavy on it. Add instant coffee into the remaining agar agar water. Best served with a cup of iced milk coffee! #mycookbook Nidhi Pandey. You can have Layered coffee cheese flan jelly using 12 ingredients and 17 steps. Here is how you achieve that.

Ingredients of Layered coffee cheese flan jelly

  1. You need of A. Flan.
  2. It’s 200 g of whipping cream (room temperature).
  3. It’s 100 g of cream cheese (room temperature).
  4. It’s 200 ml of milk.
  5. Prepare 100 g of condensed milk.
  6. It’s 5 of egg yolks.
  7. It’s of B. Jelly.
  8. Prepare 10 g of jelly powder (not agar powder).
  9. It’s 6 g of instant coffee powder(good coffee gives good flavor to the jelly).
  10. Prepare 1800 ml of drinking water(divide in 2 portions: 1600ml and 200ml).
  11. Prepare 250 g of sugar.
  12. You need C. of Silicone bundt or rectangular mold for your choice.

Cách làm rau câu Flan cheese ngon và đơn giản Thân chào các bạn hôm nay Handmade VN xin hướng dẫn làm RAU CÂU FLAN CHEESE NGON ĐƠN GIẢN, món ăn vặt cực kỳ. The Coffee Flan Agar Jelly is cool, refreshing and has just the right amount of sweetness. Cách làm rau câu Flan cheese ngon và đơn giản Thân chào các bạn hôm nay Handmade VN xin hướng dẫn làm RAU CÂU FLAN CHEESE NGON ĐƠN GIẢN, món ăn vặt cực kỳ. The Coffee Flan Agar Jelly is cool, refreshing and has just the right amount of sweetness.

Layered coffee cheese flan jelly instructions

  1. Mixing jelly powder with sugar..
  2. Add 1600ml water. Sir then soak at least 1h. This helps the jelly better texture and prevent jelly from getting watery later..
  3. Microwave 200ml water in 40”. Stir in coffee powder. Set aside..
  4. Put condensed milk into egg yolks. Mix well. Set aside..
  5. Beat cream cheese until soft. Add whipping cream, beat 30” then add milk. Beat well. Set aside..
  6. Cook milk (using hand whisk to stir constantly till you see convection current starting to appear at the bottom of the milk (about 80oC). Turn off heat. Pouring in to egg batter, stirring constantly. Sieve it. (**).
  7. Boiling jelly mixture on high heat. Reduce low heat..
  8. Pouring 500ml jelly mixture into another pan. Keeping low heat. Add flan batter (**). Stirring evenly..
  9. Pouring coffee mixture in to left jelly mixture. Keeping low heat..
  10. At last we have 2 pans: coffee and flan jelly. Always keeping hot on a warm cooker. Stir regularly to prevent jelly from solidifying..
  11. Make jelly layers: Put molds for the jelly in to a large tray. Add ice into the tray. Add cold water. Iced water helps jelly to set faster or we can chill moulds 2h-3h in advance. Mix well before pouring the 1st layer coffee of jelly. If the mold floats, put something heavy on it. Wait 1-2 minutes for the jelly to set but not get firm completely. Jelly is tacky but doesn’t stick to fingers..
  12. Gently pour 1 layer of flan into the mold. Wait 1 -2 more minutes for the flan jelly to set then repeat with other layers of jelly. Don’t move or shake the moulds, otherwise the jelly layers won’t be flat and equal..
  13. Note: Stir jelly well before pouring a new layer. Pouring warm jelly makes the layers stick to each other better. Remove bubbles in the jelly if any. Using any kind of molds for your choice..
  14. Once done, let the jelly cool down then put the molds into the fridge at least 1h until the jelly is firm completely. (2h-3h) Easier with silicone mold..
  15. Once the jelly sets completely, take it out. Cut into small pieces..
  16. Keep the jelly in the fridge. Use within 1 -2 days..
  17. Best served wih iced milk coffee..

See great recipes for Layered coffee cheese flan jelly too! Not so sweet and so tasty! Best served with a cup of iced milk coffee! #mycookbook Nidhi Pandey. I made this for my friend's farewell party. rennypompom. Yup, this is two of our favorite desserts combined into one!

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