Rose’s Kitchen

Prune Agar Agar

Prune Agar Agar


2 x 13g packet agar agar powder

300g sugar

1 tin evaporated milk

1000ml water

4 eggs

1 tsp Nescafe

200g pitted prunes, slice thinly


1.  Place sugar into a pot filled with 1 litre of water.  Sprinkle the agar agar powder ontop of water, stir well and bring to the boil until sugar and agar agar powder dissolves.  Dissolve Nescafe with a little hot water and add to mixture and stir well.

2.  Beat eggs lightly and add to the evaporated milk.  Pour into the boiling agar agar and stir well.  Add in the sliced prunes and bring to a quick boil and remove.

3.  Stir agar agar till slighly cold then pour into a rinsed mould to set.


January 24, 2007 - Posted by | Jellies and Jam


  1. Hi 🙂 when you say one tin of evaporated milk, how many ml is that?

    Comment by Sabah | September 10, 2008 | Reply

  2. Do you have other substitute for Nescafe or can I do without it, as I dont take coffee?

    Comment by E | March 30, 2009 | Reply

  3. Hi Rose,
    I tried your Prune Agar Agar. Unfornately, it did not turn out as shown in the picture. The egg got cooked and floated to the top. The milk and eggs did not blend well with the agar agar and it did not have the milky appearance as shown in the photo. Your advise please. Thanks.


    Comment by Mara | July 20, 2009 | Reply

  4. very sorry for my pool english.
    how are you

    Comment by tan phaik suan | November 20, 2010 | Reply

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