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Coffee Flan Agar Jelly (Thach Flan Ca Phe) - a tasty combination of flan and jelly, Delish! | recipe from runawayrice.com

Coffee Flan Agar Jelly (Thach Flan Ca Phe)

This Coffee Flan Agar Jelly recipe combines creamy flan and bittersweet coffee with the fun, jiggly texture of jelly. This chilled sweet treat is a wonderful dessert to enjoy during the summertime when it’s hot outside. The Coffee Flan Agar Jelly is cool, refreshing and has just the right amount of sweetness. Enjoy this jelly […]

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Agar Agar Jelly and Mock Pomegranate Seeds Dessert (Che Suong Sa Hot Luu) - Icy Sweet Treat! | recipe from runawayrice.com

Agar Agar and Mock Pomegranate Seeds Dessert (Che Suong Sa Hot Luu)

This popular chilled Vietnamese dessert with slivers of refreshing agar agar jelly, deliciously chewy mock pomegranate seeds, sweet mashed mung bean, creamy coconut milk and sweet syrup infused with Pandan aroma is full of amazing flavor and unique textures. Nothing is more refreshing than enjoying a big bowl or mug of this icy sweet treat on a hot summer day […]

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Three Color Dessert (Che Ba Mau) - Super Easy to Make and Super Delicious! | recipe from runawayrice.com

Three Color Dessert (Che Ba Mau)

This easy recipe for Three Color Dessert (Che Ba Mau) captures the delicious flavors of summertime in a chilly dessert. Also called Rainbow Dessert, this beautifully layered, vibrant-colored dessert is refreshing, sweet and full of amazing textures. There’s nothing more enjoyable on a hot summer day than indulging in this chilly, sweet treat.

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Coffee and Cream Agar Jelly (Thach Ca Phe) - Sweet and Refreshing Jelly Dessert | recipe from runawayrice.com

Coffee and Cream Agar Dessert (Thach Ca Phe)

This dessert is a fantastic summer treat that is refreshing and unique tasting.  The recipe uses agar agar, a gelatinous substance derived from seaweed.  It’s similar to unflavored gelatin but has more of a crunch and is vegetarian.  Agar agar is tasteless and so combines well with most flavors.  In Asia, it’s a very popular ingredient in desserts.  Depending on […]

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