Friday, April 15, 2011

KIDNEY BEANS JELLO RECIPE OR RED BEANS JELLO RECIPE. ALSO KNOWN AS AGAR-AGAR KACANG MERAH

NAME OF COOKINIG VARIETIES RECIPE
KIDNEY BEANS JELLO RECIPE
OR RED BEANS JELLO RECIPE
ALSO KNOWN AS AGAR- AGAR KACANG MERAH
Ingredients
1 packet (300 grams) sea grass (agar2).
OR use 300 grams jello, follow cooking instructions from the box
3 ½ cups water
½ cup kidney beans –soak overnight in the fridge OR use ½ cup red beans
½ cup sago beads
2 eggs- use the white only- blend/ beat up until foamy and fluffy
Rock sugar to taste
1 screw pine leaf- shred, for a fragrant aroma or 1 drop vanilla essence
Permitted food coloring- deep red
Wash kidney beans that had been soaked overnight in the fridge.
Boil until really soft. Drain water and mash a little.
Wash sago beads and  mix with beans. Set aside
Boil sea grass in water until all dissolve.
Add in kidney beans, sago, screw pine and red permitted food coloring
Stir continuously until sago becomes translucent
Add in sugar. When sugar dissolves completely, add in egg white and put off fire.
For a quick check, put 3 tablespoons of mixture on a saucer and put it in the fridge to cool. Test and see if your jelly is of the right mix- not too soft or hard.
If it’s a bit hard, add some water and reheat. Pour into a mould or casserole and leave to cool
GARDEN TEA
The Health benefits of kiidney beans:
Kidney beans contain protein which is good for healthy hair, high cholesterol-lowering fiber.

The high fiber prevents blood sugar levels from rising too rapidly after meals, making them a good choice for individuals with diabetes, insulin resistance or hypoglycemia-

Sulfites are a type of preservative commonly added to foods like delicatessen salads and salad bars.
Persons sensitive to sulfites, may experience rapid heartbeat, headache or disorientation. Reaction to sulfites, may be due to insufficient molybdenum stores to detoxify them. One cup of cooked kidney beans supplies 177.0% of the daily value for molybdenum.

Contains magnesium –which makes veins and arteries breathe a sigh of relief and relax. This lessens resistance and improves the flow of blood, oxygen and nutrients throughout the body
Thiamin (B1) in kidney beans is needed for the synthesis of acetylcholine, the important neurotransmitter essential for memory. Lack of this is a contributing factor in age-related impairment in mental function (senility) and Alzheimer's disease.
The Health benefits of Sago:
Sea grass and sago has a cooling effect on the body.
In Ayurvedic sago is used to "cool and balance one's body heat" when taking strong medicine or antibiotics

The Health benefits of Seaweed or Sea grass (agar -agar-a seaweed product):
Rrich in calcium, magnesium and iodine
Iodine is necessary for thyroid function and to prevent goitre. Excess intake of seaweed may raise iodine to toxic levels, however.

Seaweeds may have curative properties for tuberculosis, arthritis, colds and influenza, worm infestations and even tumors.
Other seaweed pills exploit the same effect as gastric banding, expanding in the stomach to make the body feel more full.
Absorption of excess salt in the body.
Contains calcium ten times higher than milk- prevent osteoporosis.
High nutritional content improves hormonal, lymphatic, and nervous system. Increase the body's defense function, improve heart and blood circulation, and digestive system

15 comments:

  1. This looks fantastic! I am not a big fan of Kidney bean but will try!

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  2. lovely and delicious, chill first before serving will taste very cooling.

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  3. This is something unusual! I like coming to your blog because I always learn something new and interesting!

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  4. wow..i love those..but I'll add some evaporated milk with those as sauce..but that's me..

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  5. When I was breastfeeding, it was recommended to consume more red beans for milk production.. so I practically took red bean soups almost daily..

    Must try this jelly, it looks simply delicious.. tks for sharing..

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  6. This really looks great. It's interesting to learn about different ways of preparing food:D

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  7. well i dont cook much tbats why whenever i have a time to cook, i usually search the world wide web for easy to cook dishes. but your post is great, it does not only contain cooking instructions, it also educate the reader how nutritious this foods are. this is very inspiring.

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  8. Hi, what a great blog and unusual recipe ideas (at least for the U.S.) This jello looks so interesting. Is it very sweet? I will have to give it a try. Have a great day!

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  9. sago.., one of my favourite. Will add them when I cook my Bubur kacang.

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  10. oh I cant remember what the recipe did I eat with kidney bean but the jelo is the usually serves here during fiesta...and oh i remember now, the kidney bean are ingredients in halo halo mix which originated here in the philippines

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  14. Unique recipe .Sounds very interesting

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