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I’m Kitty Chau, a final-year Master of Dietetics student. I’m passionate about creating healthy and nutritious recipes by applying my knowledge and multicultural backgrounds for people with musculoskeletal conditions.

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Matcha tofu pudding

This dessert uses matcha, a powder made from finely ground green tea leaves. You’ll love the smooth, sweet and healthy combination of ingredients in this simple but tasty pudding.

Time: 30 mins
Serving : 2 serves

Ingredients:

  • 150 g silken tofu
  • 125 mL low fat milk
  • 100 mL light cream
  • 9g gelatine powder
  • 25g sugar
  • 5g matcha powder

Method: 

  1. Blend tofu into smooth thick puree with a blender.
  2. Heat the milk over low heat.
  3. When the milk starts boiling with small bubbles, add sugar and matcha powder. Stir until well mixed.
  4. Pour the matcha mixture into a medium size bowl over a strainer to remove any remaining lumps.
  5. Add light cream and tofu puree into the matcha mixture. Mix well.
  6. Add 20mL warm water into the gelatine powder, stir until most of the gelatine are dissolved.
  7. Add gelatine solution into the pudding mixture, mix well. Use strainer to remove any undissolved gelatine powder.
  8. Pour gelatine solution into the pudding moulds to ¾ full, refrigerate for 2-3 hours.
  9. Ready to serve.

Tips

  • Plant based milk can be used to replace the cow milk if required.
  • Pudding can be served with fruits (e.g. strawberries) if you prefer.
  • You can sprinkle a little matcha over the top if you like.



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