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Chilled Soya Beancurd

chilled soya beancurd

Soya Beancurd Pudding Recipe

As the quantities are small, it is recommended to use a digital weighing scale for accuracy. Each gram of instant jelly powder makes a difference in the resulting firmness.


  • 30 grams ‘Unisoy’ Soya Bean Milk Powder
  • 15 grams ‘Polleney’ Soya Bean Milk Powder
  • 15 grams ‘Nestle’ ‘Coffeemate’ coffee creamer
  • 15 grams sugar to taste
  • 350 ml hot water
  • 5 grams instant jelly powder

You also need:

  • digital weighing scale
  • whisk
  • sieve.


  1. In a saucepan, add all the ingredients except instant jelly powder. Heat until warm but not boiling, whisking or stirring the soya milk until fully dissolved.
  2. Stir in instant jelly powder until fully dissolved. Run the soya milk through a sieve for about 4 times.
  3. Gently pour into 2 bowls and flatten surface bubbles with the back of a spoon. Leave to cool at room temperature, then transfer bowls to chill in the fridge.

Adapted from chanzhf, HWZ: “Sharing lao ban recipe. Who wants?”

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56 comments on “Chilled Soya Beancurd”

  1. Hihi
    Thanks for the wonderful recipe! First attempt was good but was a bit too soft. Just tried out again with 7th of instant jelly powder. Looks good in appearance as it is firmer.

    Question for you:
    I intend to make this dessert for 14 persons. Is it safe to multiply the ingredients by 7 since your recipe is meant for 2 pax?

    Thanks for the good job in sharing your wonderful recipes. I will be a good cook in no time!!! Haha!!!

  2. Hi,

    Thanks for the recipe. At 1st i try with only unisoy but taste not so nice. After adding polleney it really make the pudding taste a lot nicer.

  3. Hi wiffy, I tried doing this yesterday but I’ve not succeed the beancurd is very soft and watery. It is because I did not put enough jelly powder ? When we pour to the bowl how long do we need to put it at room temperature before transferring to the fridge ? Can you advise me ? Thanks :)

    • Hi, yup, not enough jelly powder. Wait until the jelly in bowl has cooled to room temperature, before transferring to fridge (to prevent spoiling the fridge). Hope this helps :)

    • Hi wiffy, got it thanks for your help I succeeded but my husband complain it too sweet and when I eat it, it very soft it not like Lao ban pudding kind. I think practice makes perfect. =)

  4. is gelatin the same as instant jelly powder? and would i be able to use it in soya milk liquid insteand of the powder??

    • gelatin is not same as instant jelly powder. You may substitute but you will not get the same texture. Yes can substitute soya milk with powder.

  5. Hi

    I tried your recipe last night n left the beancurd in the normal section of the fridge.
    It has been 10 hrs already but my beancurd is still watery.

    Any idea why ??

    • could it be not enough jelly powder?

    • i also put 5g like what u did .. anyway i tried again last night with a 6g and a 7g.. the 6g is not really solidify still abit watery.. 7g.. getting solid already..

      the only difference is my unisoy powder.. the packaging looks abit diff from u..

    • you have to tweak the quantity accordingly. Just add a bit more and experiment until you reach the desired effect.

  6. What would be the recipe if I used the soya bean milk from your recipe to make the bean curd, instead of using the 2 types of soya bean powder?

  7. Instead of coffeemate, has anyone tried say full cream milk powder?
    Coffeemate creamer isn’t too healthy :)

  8. hi if i just wan to make soya milk. can i just omit the jelly?

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