How To Make a Fruity Pudding Cake

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What we need :

  • For Yellow Layer
    • 500ml of orange juice
    • A pack of jelly powder
    • 150ml of water
    • 3tablespoon of sugar
  • For White Layer
  • 350ml of whipped cream
  • a tablespoon of vanili essence
  • 400ml of milk
  • 100ml of water
    • Fruits (any kind of fruits, I suggest you, kiwi, strawberry and orange, slices them in small sizes)
    • Spoon
    • Mixer
    • Jelly molds
    • Pan or boiler (to cook the jelly)

 

How to Make it (it’s so simple!) :

  1. 1.      First, make the yellow layer. Mix orange juice and water, stir, put the jelly powder and sugar. When it’s boiled already, wait about 5 minuted until the dough is no longer very hot and put in into the jelly molds and place it in the fridge.
  2. 2.      Next, make the white layer. Mix milk and water, stir, pour sugar and jelly powder and also the vanili essence. When it’s boiled, cool it down for a while before pouring the whipped cream on to it. Stir again.
  3. 3.      Put the fruits on the yellow layer and cover them with the white layer. And place them on the fridge again.
  4. 4.      Wait until the pudding is ready.
  5. 5.      Finally, it’s done. So simple as I told you so! Now you can decorate it as pretty as you want with some fruits and the whipped cream.

ps : I found this before on somewhere, probs my mom’s cooking magz, and it was in Indonesian and I tried to translate it with a help from a friend of mine and we did this also for a group project, english task, we took a video of us making this pudding and show them to the teacher.

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