Homemade tau foo fah soymilk custard

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  • Homemade Tau Foo Fah Soymilk Custard
  • Homemade Tau Foo Fah Soymilk Custard, Photo 2
Recipe type:
Number of serving:
5 servings
15 min
Cook time:
20 min
Ready in:
35 min
Very Easy


Soymilk ingredients:
- 300 g soya beans, soaked overnight
- 1.8L water

Tau Foo Fah (makes around 7 bowls):
Ingredients A
- 5 1/2 cups of boiling soy milk

Ingredients B
- 1 tablepoons cornstarch
- 1/2 teaspoon GDL
- 1/4 cup cold water

Ginger sugar syrup
- 6 tablepoons sugar
- 1 cup water
- 1 piece of old ginger, thumbsized, crushed
(bring to a boil until sugar dissolves)


Step 1

Soymilk ingredients:
Blend the soya beans with water. Pour the soya milk into a cheesecloth and squeeze out the soya milk ( also did that for couple of times) into a large pot. Before putting the soya milk on boil, i actually strained the soya milk again to ensure it's totally grainless. Boil the soya milk ( make sure it's totally boiled.).

Step 2

Tau Foo Fah :
In a small cup, mix ingredients B. Pour the boiling soy milk in a gushing motion at 2 ft above the pot with GDL mixture.Give the mixture a quick stir and cover it with a cloth before putting the lid on. Leave for 30 minutes. Scoop away the layer of bubbles on top of the soy milk custard and now ready to serve.

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