Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Soya pudding

This is a delicious soya pudding with cendol on top - MYR5 - at SS20 Fish Head Noodle eatery.

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  1. New style chendol! Looks yummy! =)

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  2. Yummzz, looks like caramel pudding.. Very delicious looking pudding, creamy and milky..Looks really soft, sweet and good..

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    1. If you like egg custard pudding you will like this. :)

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  3. Looks good. I would love to have that, perhaps without the cendol.

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    1. You don't like the taste of cendol?

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  4. Taufu fah with cendol.. I cannot imagine how the taste will be like. Both are pretty much tasteless by themselves. The presentation looks good though.

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    1. Not taufufah la. This is made with custard I suspect. Taufufah is made with gypsum. Taste is different. Actually both have their own distinct taste. Not tasteless lah.

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  5. soya pudding means taufu fah?? aiyoh, Cendol taufu fah, something new to me but I definitely find it delicious and wanna try!!! :)

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    1. They don't taste the same. Made using different methods and ingredients.

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  6. For a moment there i thought what is Soya pudding. Saw RG and SK comments baru tau it is taufu fa. Hmm....two in one...TTF with cendol. Looks good

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    1. No. Soya pudding is not taufufah. Made with different things and taste different.

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  7. An all Malaysian fusion dish? :D Never had it (together) before. I love tau fu fah and I love cendol, so this is a perfect marriage of the two!

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    1. This is not tau fu fah. Not made with gypsum but with custard powder.

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    2. Oh, it's not? Sure looks like one bcoz of its white colour. When you say soya pudding, I immediately thought of tau fu fah.
      http://www.anncoojournal.com/2012/03/soya-beancurd-pudding.html

      From the looks and the name, we wouldn't think of it being made with custard powder though ;) How is the taste different?

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    3. It is very much harder than taufufah. Texture is like soft jelly and not taufufah texture.

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  8. i like the soya pudding but i dislike cendol on top...Do they have plain version?

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    1. I think you can ask for the cendol to be omitted.

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  9. This is definitely an innovative dessert to siram chendol over soya pudding! Slurrpss!
    Some cafes now pour red beans or black jelly over it.

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    1. A lot of creative ways of new desserts.

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  10. Black serving plate is a good touch. Makes it look classy.

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    1. seems that way but I don't think they planned it this way. Just a happy coincidence.

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    1. I like the taste. Not as refreshing as lime or lemon juice though.

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