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Lucky Koi Mango Pudding (吉祥錦鯉芒果布丁)

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The word Koi comes from Japanese, simply meaning "Carp". Koi fish the most powerful Feng Shui symbol, symbolizing wealth, harmony and happiness.. It is said that placing a picture of the Koi fish in your home, your dreams will come true.

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This Lucky Koi Mango Pudding wrapped up my 8-course Chinese New Year Feast. It’s a no-fuss dessert, since I was the only one in my kitchen. I’d to choose a simple dessert and this is just perfect!

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Ingredients:
1 Mango
1 box Mango powder (240g)
1 sachet Red Agar powder
2 tbsp Nata De Coco
Evaporated Milk for serving (optional)

Method:
  1. Cook agar agar according to manufacturer’s instructions. Dip raisins in agar and put them into mould to make the eyes. Using a teaspoon, gently add agar to different parts of mould. Let it set.
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  3. Cook mango pudding according to manufacturer’s instructions. Cut mango into cubes and add into mould together with nata coco.
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  5. Pour in half of mango mixture and let it cool. When pudding hardens, add remaining mango, nata and mango mixture. Let it cool and refrigerate for at least an hour.
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  7. Carefully turn over mould onto serving plate just before serving and watch your guests’ expressions!
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With this auspicious Mango Pudding, I wish you Happy Chap Goh Meh! 元宵节快乐!!

36 comments:

  1. Nikel, thks for being the 1st to arrive! Happy CNY!

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  2. My favourite one among all your 8 dishes. I damn love dessert and pudding is my favourite.

    Happy Chap Goh Mei to you, Shirley :D..Guess you must be busy cooking for tonight again :D

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  3. niceee! but not willing to eat lo! just like the kuih bahulu in gold fish shape. hahaha

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  4. Diane, thks for your sweet note! Not cooking tonight, still sick :< Enjoy your Chap Goh Mei, dear!

    Henry, hahaha! U're cute :)

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  5. Love this mango dessert and the Koi fish look so pretty!
    Happy Chap Goh Mei!

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  6. 元宵节快乐! You really have plenty of cute presentation utensils and ideas hidden in your house. I love the koi fish mould. Hard to find nowsaday.

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  7. Shirley, our lake has carp in it but I never knew they were symbolic of happiness and fortune. No wonder we love it here! Thanks for the food history and also for a beautiful dish!

    P.S. Sorry I've been missing from your comment section recently -- a lightning storm took out my internet! Glad to be back. :)

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  8. Small Kuching, I love mangoes too!

    Ann, enjoy your evening!

    Aemy, I know u're gonna like this too!

    Doris, u're right! I found this by chance too & I'm making full use of it :)

    Kimby, wow! Now u know u strike gold by having carps in your lake :) Hope they'll bring u good fortune!

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  9. My kind of pudding and love that lovely pattern and design with mangoes added. Thumbs up Shirley for another creative and simple recipe.

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  10. Wow those are mango pudding?? So cute and nice! :)

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  11. Awesome Recipe

    Aarthi
    http://www.yummytummyaarthi.com/

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  12. wow that's beautiful! happy chap goh meh as well :D

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  13. I love mango pudding but in the form of a fish??? That is just too cute!

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  14. oh my! super cute shirley haha! i will be like staring into this one and not eat it at all haha:)

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  15. Wow. Nice pudding. When my first look into the first photo, I couldn't see that it's pudding. Haha.

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  16. I never knew that about Koi fish! Kind of makes me wish that I had some!

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  17. I'm sure enough it taste great.. it's just, I can't eat the good looking food.. unless I close my eyes.. :p

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  18. What a beautiful dessert, Shirley! I've been seeing lots of Koi fish dessert lately and I can't help but wish I have a koi fish mold!

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  19. Nava, the fish mould did a good job by giving me the festive cheer that I want :)

    Aarthi, thks dear!

    PopinCookinShop, thks for dropping by!

    Bessie, I love mango pudding but they're always in the form of a round shape in restaurants. This is just cool!

    Charles, hahaha! That's what my Japanese friend did!

    LuPorTi, bet u thought it was a display! Hahaha!

    Jen, I'm sure it's not too late to start collecting Koi :)

    Aki, I'll cut them up for u to eat. Lol!

    Tina, I'm sure u can find them somewhere...

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  20. hey lovely :)
    great post and a nice blog you have!
    would you maybe like to follow each other?
    xx
    melina from melina-lajolie

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  21. Melina, thks for checking me out! Will pop by yours soon!

    Stylish By Nature, thks for the heads-up! Will chk it out!

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  22. Yea, you got me. I really thought it was for display only ones.

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  23. LuPorTi, hahaha! Nice one :) Have a good week ahead!

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  24. TheGirlAtFirstAvenue, thks for visiting! Will chk out your blog :)

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  25. WOW, I love this pudding! SO pretty!

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  26. Lizzy, great having another pudding fan here!

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  27. What a lovely dessert! I am sure it is very tasty too with the mangoes in it. You have been busy. I saw all your beautiful dishes on Facebook. Thanks for sharing!

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  28. Biren, I'm sure you've been busy too. Now that CNY is over, V-Day is near. Gosh, can't cope with all the special occasions. hahaha!

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  29. Wow...that looks beautiful! I bought the mould a couple of years ago but have never tried. Thanks very much for showing the step by step instructions. Thanks very much for dropping by my blog. I think my life is sometimes out of balance.....haha. That's why I don't blog as much and miss out a lot on visiting blogs. I'm reminding myself to blog more. Hope will have more time now that Chinese New Year is over. Hope your flu is over. I got up this morning and felt something is not right....hmmm. Too much eating! Hope it doesn't get worse.

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  30. wow!!thanks for the instructions....I want to try...

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    1. Amy, I'm glad u like this too! Send me a pix if u do make this. Credit with my link & I'll showcase your food pix in my blog :)

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