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I'm wondering if anyone has made the green pandan cake which is popular in malaysia. I would love to be able to make it for myself, but i would also want to veganise it for my bf.

Where are the places in the uk to get egg replacers from?

oh, and if anyone has made it, how did it turn out??
 

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Never heard of it, so I poked around a bit. Found this recipe which is vegan already: http://theduckquacking.blogspot.com/search?q=sago

Which is actually for a cake
(EDIT Which might be what you're looking for. I got hung up on the word 'pudding')

Can you post the recipe you're looking to veganize? I'm not sure what it's supposed to look like. You Brits use the word 'pudding' wrong


Mei Wei makes an 'instant' pandam pudding mix that looks like it may be vegan, but I can't tell for sure.
 

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I didn't know what this is either. Wikipedia says: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pandan_cake. It looks a bit like pound cake in the recipes I've seen...lots of eggs, so I'm not sure the powdered egg replacer would do it by itself. You can get some at Holland and Barrett though, and most HFS's that I've visited.

@ Dave: pudding = dessert, more or less, in the UK. It still throws IS and I off because we try to figure out what (North American) pudding is called.
 

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I saw a number of things that varied from something that looked like Jello to a cake, thus my uncertainty.

Most British 'puddings' I know of (mostly from cookbooks) are moist, dense cake. Am I on the right track?
 

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The restaurant chain Loving Hut has pandan cake, and they are vegan. It is delicious. I'm trying to look for the ingredients they use, but I'm not having any luck. I'll keep trying though.
 

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It still throws IS and I off because we try to figure out what (North American) pudding is called.
North American pudding is called pudding
 

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Originally Posted by Dave in MPLS View Post

Never heard of it, so I poked around a bit. Found this recipe which is vegan already: http://theduckquacking.blogspot.com/search?q=sago

Which is actually for a cake
(EDIT Which might be what you're looking for. I got hung up on the word 'pudding')

Can you post the recipe you're looking to veganize? I'm not sure what it's supposed to look like. You Brits use the word 'pudding' wrong


Mei Wei makes an 'instant' pandam pudding mix that looks like it may be vegan, but I can't tell for sure.
Thanks, yep that is the cake/pudding i was hoping to make, and since that recipie has been veganised already i might as well use that. Thank you!! I spend ages looking for recipies for this, and didn't come across any vegan ones!

Yes we brits tend to use the term pudding for any kind of dessert or sweet thing after a meal. We do make proper puddings too, such as bread and butter pudding, but generally we use the term very widely.
 
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