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Friday, 5 September 2014

Orange Peach Jelly

I happened to come across one Facebook member posting her beautiful Orange Peach jelly the other day and she used the "Ingots" mould to make this and it just captivated me how lovely those ingots jellies are.  

The "Ingots" ( 元宝) as for the Chinese regarded as a very auspicious symbols of wealth and good fortune.  Usually the Feng Shui master will advise to place the ingots in the wealth area of your home to attract and to bring abundance and financial success to you.

And as Mooncake Festival is just around the corner, why not make this Ingots jelly to welcome your guests.

Orange Peach Jelly 

1 pack (10g) agar agar powder
150ml water
200ml peach syrup
550ml fresh orange juice
100g sugar (adjust accordingly; based on the sweetness of your orange juice)
2-3 slices peach, cut small to fine 

Pour the water, sugar syrup, sugar, agar agar and sugar to a medium size saucepan and bring to boil till the sugar dissolves stirring it constantly.  Remove from heat.  Add in the finely chopped peach in.  Pour into mould.

Chill in the refrigerator at least 2 hours till set.


  1. Cute edible ingots ^^ sweet!

  2. Hi Mel,
    Such golden ingots, I love them all.
    Send one over please ... I like to share some of your auspicious, wealth and good fortune..hehe

  3. Mel, very auspicious ingot jellies! I see that you have big and small size, Yes, your guests will be delighted!

  4. Wow! The Gods would be smiling if served with this:D So would I in this hot humid weather...looks wonderful!

  5. very nice change from all the mooncakes... this is refreshing after all the pastry... so who needs to wait till CNY to shout huat ahhhh

  6. Hi Mel, cute golden ingots ... refreshing! 发财lor !

  7. Hi Mel,
    Cute jellies! Refreshingly delicious anytime of the day!

  8. attractive looking indeed! very apt for cny too!

  9. What a good idea and auspicious too, both in colour and shape!

  10. Hi Mel, your jelly is so cute, like the shape too! Happy Mooncake Festival!

  11. This looks so refreshing! Love the cute ingot shaped jellies :)

  12. Hi Mel,

    Happy mid-autumn festival!!! Nice golden jellies! They look very auspicious with their sparkling glossy look and colour :D


  13. Hi Mel,
    Love your blog. Would like to know where to get these lovely gold ingot moulds. Much appreciate your help.

    1. Hi, thanks for dropping by to my blog. This ingot moulds I got it from the shop that sells baking ingredients in Johor Bahru Malaysia. (Where do you reside?)