-300g mango puree
-300g cream
-200g warm water
-2 1/2 envelopes of gelatin (approx. 17g)
-sugar, yellowing coloring
-evaporated milk

What to Do:
Mix gelatin with water and let mixture sit for 10 mins. Bring gelatin mixture to a boil and add in mango and cream add sugar to taste (if necessary) and coloring. Bring mixture back to a boil and pour into moulds. Cool until set, serve with evaporated milk.

Comments (4)

On 7:14 PM , Anonymous said...

Hi tt. I was wondering if you know how to make KEM (ice cream), the type that you eat from vietnam. I just remember that vietnam ice cream tastes really good, but can't find a recipe anywhere since no one really make them at home in vietnam. It tastes different than the american ice cream...softer and creamer..smell really good.

On 8:00 PM , hoangtam/tt said...

I've never had ice cream in VN before so don't know what it's like/how to make it sorry.

On 10:50 PM , Anonymous said...

Hi TT, great website! I was wondering if you knew how to make or where to get a recipe of just regular thach. This thach usually has several layers; white (coconut,) brown (coffee,) and green ( la dua??,) flavors, respectively. Sometimes there are layers and sometimes they are all swirled together. I love this vietnamese gelatin but none of my aunts have time to show me. Thanks a million!

On 11:21 PM , hoangtam/tt said...