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Pineapple Soya Milk Jelly ( Woon Tua Luang )


We love jelly (jello for our American readers) and this one is a favorite. It is a jelly softened with soya milk and flavoured with pineapple. We moulded it in plastic heart boxes which are also very typical Thai products, but you can use regular jelly moulds. You can make a vegetarian jelly by substituting agar (made from seaweed) for the gelatin (made from meat collagen).

Ingredients for Family Portion
230 ml Soya Milk
75 ml Water
60 ml Milk
115 ml Pineapple Juice
1 Tablespoon Gelatin (5gms)
100 gms Sugar
70 gms Pineapple

1. Mix the water and gelatin in a boiling and heat until the gelatin dissolves.
2. Add the soya milk, milk, pineapple juice, and sugar, into the pan and heat until nearly boiling.
3. Leave to cool then put it in the jelly moulds and add the pineapple.
4. Leave in the fridge for 4-5 hours to set.

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