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Friday, October 05, 2007

Egg jellies


These egg molds took a super long time to reach my hands. When it finally did, I can't wait to get started. Many ideas ran thru' my mind. I believe gelatine was the recommended ingredient for these molds, as it was manufactured by Krafts and they also have a range of jellies. Anyway, I decided to use Konniyaku jelly instead. Texture is much similar to gelatine (jelly-o). So I think it shdn't go wrong.

The results were very pleasing and good! I love the colours and the stripey look of the eggs.... but it was a rather tedious process, so I guess lazy me won't be trying this stripey look anytime soon. :P

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29 Comments:

  • oh gosh these are so lovely. Where did you get that awesome mould? I am sure my kids will love it.

    By Blogger Precious Moments, at 8:17 AM, October 05, 2007  

  • hi edith,

    i got these molds from a spree at M4M. it's from the US, kraft website.

    By Blogger Baking Fiend, at 8:48 AM, October 05, 2007  

  • Oh dear, this is so pretty! Am now regretting that I'm too late to order.

    By Anonymous Elyn, at 7:23 PM, October 05, 2007  

  • Ida - wow, very nice eggies. U must have spend some time waiting for each layer to set eh? :)

    By Anonymous xan, at 10:38 PM, October 05, 2007  

  • elyn, you can order direct from kraft website. ask ard, i'm sure there's others who's interested to join u (*edith?* wink).

    Hi xan, I spent 1 hour making these...

    By Blogger Baking Fiend, at 10:32 AM, October 06, 2007  

  • *_* dun tell me where can order lah, I dun want to know. *run away from Ida*

    By Anonymous Elyn, at 12:06 PM, October 06, 2007  

  • I remember when I was a teen, I made similar kind of egg jelly with empty egg shells (drain the raw eggs by cracking a small hole on the top)...then washed, dried and fillede it with jelly which my mum made, they call it (菜燕). When u are ready to eat it, u got to crack the shells, just like eating a hard-boil egg. Now they have come up with a mould, how nice!!

    By Blogger Happy Homebaker, at 4:08 PM, October 06, 2007  

  • Wow.. Ida,

    These eggs are so beautiful!!! Your effort really made them worth it... :)

    By Blogger Ellena, at 4:56 PM, October 06, 2007  

  • elyn, LOL.... watch out for mails asking you to make orders!

    yes, happy homebaker, I do rmb eating agar2 eggs made from "recycled" egg shells too!

    ellena, I'm sure u can do a better job than me if u hv these molds. :)

    By Blogger Baking Fiend, at 1:08 AM, October 07, 2007  

  • They're lovely!!! Reminds me of easter. =D

    By Anonymous Bernice, at 12:43 PM, October 07, 2007  

  • This LOOKS SOOOOO GOOOD!! Best jelly eggs I've ever seen! I LOVE JEH LEEEE!!!

    By Blogger honeymeow, at 1:48 PM, October 07, 2007  

  • Hi it's me again, wanting to ask you about the choc swirl bread. Hope you don't mind. Can you remember if your dough is sticky? Mine is so sticky I could not roll it at all and it sticks to everything that touches it.

    By Anonymous Wendy, at 12:55 PM, October 08, 2007  

  • Hi Wendy,

    It's ok to ask, i'll try my best to help.

    for the dough, it wasn't too sticky. some flour would do the trick. just dun put too much flour, but just enuf to stop it from sticking too much. after I'd put in the fridge and then took it out for folding, it wasn't not sticky anymore.

    By Blogger Baking Fiend, at 5:03 PM, October 08, 2007  

  • Thank you so much for replying. I've tried twice and both times, the dough is sticky even after taking out from the fridge and I end up spending much time fighting with the dough. haha....guess I'll try again

    By Anonymous Wendy, at 7:32 PM, October 08, 2007  

  • Aiyo, I always missed out on such stuff. :( ;(.

    By Blogger Precious Moments, at 8:35 AM, October 09, 2007  

  • edith, try to convince elyn to order... hehehe....*siam elyn*

    By Blogger Baking Fiend, at 3:56 PM, October 09, 2007  

  • hi baking fiend, those egg jellies are really beautiful. Must be tedious for u. I've a mould something like that. I think I'll try it later.

    By Anonymous delia, at 2:52 PM, October 11, 2007  

  • hi delia,

    it was tedious in the sense that i've to wait for each layer to set b4 adding the next. and wif all that waiting, some of the jellies had set in the containers! so i had to boil it for use again... all these waiting and reboiling... take so long! LOL... maybe i'm just lazy? it's too much work for me!

    By Blogger Baking Fiend, at 8:44 AM, October 12, 2007  

  • hi edith
    you make us envy u to have the egg mould i try to search for it but invalid

    By Blogger Jessie Chua, at 11:33 AM, October 13, 2007  

  • Hi Jessie, I'm not edith. :P

    Anyway, here's the site to get the molds. https://jellostore.archway.com/KraftCornerEStore/home.seam

    By Blogger Baking Fiend, at 5:33 PM, October 13, 2007  

  • sorry @@
    <>
    ya i try to log in and email to them what is the freight fee are and will they deliver to spore waiting for the good news

    By Blogger Jessie Chua, at 5:38 PM, October 13, 2007  

  • Ida,
    Thx for the website.

    Elyn,
    I just ordered 4, do you want 2??
    Check your email.

    Kim

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 6:29 PM, October 13, 2007  

  • hi baking fiend,
    i try to order from kraft it seems like country code problem does they delivery to singpore ?
    pls advise thank you

    By Blogger Jessie Chua, at 9:38 PM, October 17, 2007  

  • Hi Jessie,

    I was not the one who organised the spree when i bot the molds but i think u have to have a vpost account b4 you can order. the molds will be sent to your vpost addy in the US and then re-directed back to sg, if i'm not wrong. HTHs.

    By Blogger Baking Fiend, at 8:30 AM, October 18, 2007  

  • baking fiends
    thank you for your help. will try to try again

    By Blogger Jessie Chua, at 1:01 PM, October 18, 2007  

  • hi baking fiend
    may i know how much u pay for the mould ? as i know the freight charges is not cheap maybe i should wait for the next spree thanks you for being so patience and kind to answer so many question from me

    By Blogger Jessie Chua, at 11:17 PM, October 20, 2007  

  • hi jessie,

    the molds cost SGD$12/pc. expensive, yah?

    By Blogger Baking Fiend, at 8:11 AM, October 21, 2007  

  • hi baking fiend
    yes indeed the mould are expensive !

    By Blogger Jessie Chua, at 4:15 PM, October 21, 2007  

  • ooh these look so cute and interesting!
    i've never seen them before!
    nice :D

    By Blogger sweet-tooth, at 9:49 PM, October 22, 2007  

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