Agar-Agar Mooncake

Posted by mamabok | Cakes/Desserts,Chinese,Food From Home,Meet Up With,My Musing | Saturday 17 October 2009 9:09 am

Agar-agar mooncake_box

Amy from Australia wantedd to share these with me.. so i thought .. i should also share it with everyone.   She is too sweet eh.  Thanks.. Amy..!!

Would like to share these photos of agar-agar mooncakes that were prepared by a Malaysian chinese restaurant near where I live.  They are more expensive than the traditional mooncakes.  The durian and yam flavour was the best.  The egg yolk is made from some fruit paste and looks good and taste was OK. Never love mooncakes as they are too sweet but what the heck – just to try this new type of mooncakes. Has anyone tried agar-agar mooncake!!!

Agar-agar mooncake

Yummy eh..!!


  1. Comment by keen — October 20, 2009 @ 12:19 am

    Thanks Amy for sharing these pics. Yes, in K.L. we do have these jelly moon cakes. I prefer this type than those original ones….hehe!

  2. Comment by Frances — October 20, 2009 @ 12:51 am

    Thank you for posting the pictures. I haven’t seen agar agar mooncakes before. they look beatifully with different colors on them. I hope someday the local chinatown shops will have these mooncakes available for sell… yummy yummy!! :0)

  3. Comment by Amy Chia — October 20, 2009 @ 5:47 am

    The Restaurant who made these agar-agar mooncakes are Malaysian – so I say someone is borrowing the idea or stealing the idea. Any copyright on recipe!!!

  4. Comment by Lina — October 20, 2009 @ 10:09 am

    This is my kinda ‘mooncakes’ ! Yummy yummy :-)

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