Wednesday, April 15, 2009

Sweet Corn Konnyaku Jelly

As promised, shall update on the 2nd jelly I made for Little Megan's B'day.

It's Sweet Corn Konnyaku Jelly! Alright, maybe I'm a mountain tortise, it's my first time hearing/seeing/knowing konnyaku jelly + Sweet corn... Hmm Hmm.. Sounds interesting? and I bet it taste as good as it looks (from Aunty Yochana's Blog). So I decided on that.

And hey, I've got the same jelly moulds as Aunty Yochana! Keekee! I like the pure white-ish colour, with bits and pieces of yellow here and there.. Ain't it prettyyy??

Sharing with you the recipe for this Jelly:


  • 15g Konnyaku Jelly Powder
  • 750mL water
  • 200mL coconut milk (Yes, please use this for the fragrance..)
  • 150g castor sugar (I use 100g)
  • 1 tin cream style sweet corn (I use Del Monte)


  1. Boil 750ml water.
  2. Put sugar and jelly powder into a mixing bowl and stir till evenly mixed.
  3. When water is about to boil, pour in the konnyaku jelly mixture and continue stirring till everything dissolves.
  4. Pour in coconut milk and corn, stir till everything is evenly mixed.
  5. Pour mixture into jelly mould and let it set.
  6. Chill before serving.

Well, in my previous post I mention that B actually dn't like this jelly (he prefers the mango one), but my Uncle (Megan's daddy) actually prefers the sweet corn one.. So I guess taste is very subjective.

But if you were to ask me, I'll say that I like both! Heheh!


Anonymous said...

Nice photoshots of your sweet corn konnyaku jelly.
Will try your recipe. Thanks.


Carrie said...

Hi Chiew,

Thanks!! Yes do try it and let me know, k?

Have fun trying!


chumpman said...

You had quite a lot of lovely moulds, Carrie. I want, I want, send some over, please

Carrie said...

Hi Chumpman,

Haha, actually there's abt 10 different shape in a single mould tray.

It's very cheap over here in SG, I guess it's abt $1.