Tuesday, November 8, 2011

Making of Lao Ban Tau Huay (Soy Bean Pudding)

Updates

I've posted my recipe to make the Lao Ban Tau Huay, follow this link to see more information.

http://mydslrdays.blogspot.com/2011/12/release-of-cool-tau-huay-aka-cold.html

Finally!!!... After failing for more than 100 times... I finally discover the method to make the famous Lao Ban Dou Hua.

I am going to share with everyone the method and ingredient to make this delicious dessert. You will be surprised, how easy and cheap to make this soy bean pudding.

Follow my blogs for updates. I will be posting the recipe real soon. So stay tune :) Probably I'm going to make a video (Step by step) to teach you guys how to make it!

17 comments:

chanzhf said...

i think i am going to be darn lucky. im overseas and i miss this dessert like hell!!

share your excitement! looking forward to it!

Kelvin said...

I am testing it few more time to make sure that the proportion is correct, i will publish it.

Haha stay tune for this great dessert.

thunder tea said...

Really?? Looking forward...

Kelvin said...

Its coming soon!!!

Anonymous said...

Tats great, once i learn it, i'll go open a shop & earn $$$!!!
Hurry pls share w us soon.

Anonymous said...

when is it coming up? cant wait to try!

Anonymous said...

Everyone can make their own lao ban beancurd. Yeah they can close shop soon. Poor lao ban haha... Great job!!! you kill lao ban! Btw, are you a big fans of them or.... their enemy?? LOL

Kelvin said...

haha, I love their beancurd. But I'm trying to make it on my own.

Need to test the method to prepare. Because I found out that my method cannot be used to prepare more than 20 cups.

Bee Bee said...

Hiya

I think 20 is good enough for those of us who intend to make it for personal consumption :) really looking forward to trying your recipe ya!

Cheers
Liz

Kelvin said...

at the moment, I am testing my findings with 1 of my blog viewer. He made it successfully.

Anonymous said...

oh yes plsss, when are you going to post it? i cant wait..

Anonymous said...

faster post la... I cant wait for the moment when I bring down my self-made lao ban beancurd and tell them in face I do not need to queue for the tau huay anymore. A genius has already posted your recipe in his blog!

Really looking forward to your sharing dude!

Kelvin said...

Haha, yes I gonna post it next week when one of the fellow blogger completed my test case.

Tauhuay said...

Come on leh.. hungry leh

Kelvin said...

hey people,

i've posted the recipe.

pink said...

What brand soya milk to buy . Where can l get it

Debashis Shaha said...

Have you tried a nicer alternative to lao ban beancurd? In my opinion, this is the best as their flavours are made from fresh fruit!
Happy Boy Soya Bean