I Tried Emi Wong’s 2-Ingredient Soy Milk Egg Pudding Healthy Dessert Recipe – Will I Make it Again?

Hello 🙂

A few days ago, I was on Instagram scrolling and looking at insta stories and came across Emi’s soy milk egg recipe she shared. One of her viewers made it and said it was delicious and I thought, why not try it to see if I like it.

To learn, I had to watch this video below.

This is what I did

Measured 1 cup of milk in a small mug and poured it into a glass bowl, then added three teaspoons of brown sugar ( didn’t have organic brown sugar) and mixed it.

Put water in the kettle and left it to boil.

When the water is boiled, I poured the hot water into a larger bowl and placed the small bowl of milk into a large bowl of hot water and mixed it until the sugar was dissolved.

Cracked one large egg into another bowl and whisked it.

Poured the soy milk from the small glass bowl into the white bowl and mixed the egg and soy milk.

After I mixed it, I poured the mixture into the sift (I did it twice to make sure it is smooth).

Next, I poured the mixture from the larger bowl into a fancy-looking dish bowl and removed all of the air bubbles.

Once I removed the air bubbles, I rapped it with tin-foil.

Poured warm water into a wok, put the mixture ( this photo is shown) into the warm water in the wok, turned the stove on and covered it.

I left it in for around 10 plus mins until it looks done.

It should have a jelly-like movement when shaking it sideways (if I’m making sense).

I ate a bit of it to see what it taste like and left it in the fridge overnight so I can have it for breakfast.

To finish it off, I added a bit of yogurt and fruit onto the pudding and…


Taste Test

Preparation: I was in the kitchen for a long time, maybe almost an hour. My parents were wondering what I was doing in the kitchen for a long time.

Score: 3.5/5

Rating: 3.5 out of 5.

Presentation: Looks presentable when I added fruit and yogurt on top; however, it looked grim before I added anything on top.

Grim is a UK slag for disgusting.

It reminded me of spoiled milk.

Score (before toppings): 2/5

Rating: 2 out of 5.

Score (After I added toppings): 4/5

Rating: 4 out of 5.

Taste: Creamy and eggy but, I hated the texture and the look of it.

Sorry but, it made me sick.

Score: 2/5

Rating: 2 out of 5.

I think I shouldn’t put it in the fridge.

Overall score: 3/5

Rating: 3 out of 5.

This recipe is easy to make and I enjoyed making it but since I’m quite picky with food, the texture of it reminded me of spoiled milk (I know, I said it before). The taste; however, was meh (It was decent).

Will I make it again?

No, never but, I’ll try her other recipes.

Thanks for reading this blog post.

I hope I wasn’t being too harsh, I wanted to be honest instead of lying.

But still try it out, it might turn out better than mine.

have a nice week and bye.


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