Almond jelly, almond pudding, or almond tofu (杏仁豆腐) is a popular dessert in Hong Kong, Taiwan, Singapore, Malaysia, and Japan and often found in dim sum restaurants worldwide, commonly garnished with wolfberries.
The name is sometimes misleading, as the dish is often prepared using apricot kernels (杏仁), not almonds, though the flavor is similar, and most recipes do not use soy beans (as are used in tofu, 豆腐), though the consistency is similar.
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... Almond jelly can be made using instant mix or from scratch ... Most are based on dairy products and a small amount of almond-flavored extract ... There is also an "instant" almond-flavored soy-based powder with a coagulating agent, which dissolves in hot water and solidifies into sweetened soft tofu upon cooling ...
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