The 'Indochine Kitchen' Corn & Coconut Agar Treat is Unusual

By: Sarah Nazim - Published: Jul 31, 2012 • References: indochinekitchen
This interesting 'Indochine Kitchen' corn and coconut agar recipe combines an interesting combination of flavors. Although corn is considered a vegetable, it does have a sweetness to it that makes it a good pairing for desserts.

Agar is similar in consistency to gelatin, and in this recipe, a triangular mold is used to create its shape. This is a fairly simple recipe; the only ingredients needed include water, palm sugar, fresh grated coconut, boiled corn kernels and agar-agar powder.

This Indochine Kitchen corn and coconut recipe is ideal for those who have minimal baking skills, as they can easily create a visually appealing treat that is sure to impress guests. The odd ingredient pairing is what makes this dessert so distinctive and tempting.