Lao Ban (Old Airport Rd FC) Soya Bean Curd

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Lao Ban (Old Airport Rd FC) Soya Bean Curd

Postby Nebbermind » Mon Mar 05, 2012 12:58 pm

Heard that someone managed to get hold of their recipe....googled and found this.

Worth a try!!

http://forums.hardwarezone.com.sg/eat-d ... 11441.html

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Re: Lao Ban (Old Airport Rd FC) Soya Bean Curd

Postby babana » Mon Mar 05, 2012 5:12 pm

yup, you can now make your own easily...anyway just realised it is not that healthy after all.

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Re: Lao Ban (Old Airport Rd FC) Soya Bean Curd

Postby mommycaramel » Fri Mar 09, 2012 2:23 am

Thanks for the tip!!

Yes...some foods appear to be healthy (like beancurd or even some frozen yogurts) but then when you see the amount of sugar, you realize it's not that healthy after all! Am trying to work with different recipes so that I can ensure that my family eats better :)

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Re: Lao Ban (Old Airport Rd FC) Soya Bean Curd

Postby piglet and calf » Wed Mar 14, 2012 12:26 pm

I tried that recipe but minus off the sugar, so that my kids can have a healthier version. :)

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Re: Lao Ban (Old Airport Rd FC) Soya Bean Curd

Postby blackberrycck » Wed Mar 14, 2012 5:57 pm

no wonder every where also sell this cold tou huay...a new one jus pop up at bersar food centre. Tried n also felt is as good as lao ban or i think slightly better cause its less sweet n more aromatic.

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Re: Lao Ban (Old Airport Rd FC) Soya Bean Curd

Postby Suz855 » Thu Mar 15, 2012 5:16 pm

Hi, is it normal that it takes some time for it to turn jelly? Have left mine in the fridge for almost an hour now, it's still in liquid form. Was wondering 7 g of instant jelly powder is it too little?

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Re: Lao Ban (Old Airport Rd FC) Soya Bean Curd

Postby blackberrycck » Thu Mar 15, 2012 6:28 pm

Suz855 wrote:Hi, is it normal that it takes some time for it to turn jelly? Have left mine in the fridge for almost an hour now, it's still in liquid form. Was wondering 7 g of instant jelly powder is it too little?



ya i think too little...

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Re: Lao Ban (Old Airport Rd FC) Soya Bean Curd

Postby janet88 » Sat Mar 17, 2012 11:03 pm

A friend bought some for me to try...right after that Sunday's ad in lifestyle. It's very nice, but for that little small amount, a bit too ex. Don't think this craze will last for long.

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Re: Lao Ban (Old Airport Rd FC) Soya Bean Curd

Postby stressedmom » Wed Mar 21, 2012 11:31 am

blackberrycck wrote:Suz855 wrote:
Hi, is it normal that it takes some time for it to turn jelly? Have left mine in the fridge for almost an hour now, it's still in liquid form. Was wondering 7 g of instant jelly powder is it too little?



ya i think too little...


Errh.. so how much to put? :? I intend to try it out this weekend. I think 7g is what stated in the recipe. How long does it take normally for it to turn from liquid to jelly state?

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Re: Lao Ban (Old Airport Rd FC) Soya Bean Curd

Postby kwcllf » Wed Mar 21, 2012 11:51 am

blackberrycck wrote:no wonder every where also sell this cold tou huay...a new one jus pop up at bersar food centre. Tried n also felt is as good as lao ban or i think slightly better cause its less sweet n more aromatic.


What's the name of the store?

Last Saturday morning, I wanted to buy from Lao Ban but it wasn't open yet. I found another store down the same stretch but opposite facing (called 51) and I tried it. Found it to be equally good. Don't need to queue so long next time as there is another good alternative.

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