Kurkuma-pudding with amazake

Gluten free
Vegan
Nut free
Only sweetened with maple syrup
Peanut free
Japanese
Make your own pudding? You do that with kuzu! This Japanese binding agent is known for its many health benefits, especially for your digestive system. To make this vegan pudding even healthier, we add a mix of turmeric and spices. Super tasty, looks cheerful and so this pudding almost becomes a medicinal bomb of goodness. It's easy to make, you don't have to worry about lumps if you follow the instructions. Always mix the cubes of kuzu first into a paste with cold water, and then add it to your pudding-to-be.
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Ingrid Duifhuizen
Ingrid is first and foremost a communications pro at TerraSana. She basically spends all her time eating food (together), cooking and thinking about food. She does recipe development and food photography on the side.

This is how you make it

  1. Place the can of coconut milk in the refrigerator overnight. This way the grease part will solidify
  2. Stir the thick half of the coconut milk in a container. Put it back in the fridge.
  3. Heat the amazake, the other half of the coconut milk, the water and the curcuma latte in a saucepan.
  4. Put the kuzu in a mug with a little cold water. Stir briefly to dissolve the kuzu.
  5. Stir through the saucepan with a whisk. Keep stirring while adding the kuzu. Stir until the porridge has the right consistency, about 1 minute.
  6. Turn off the heat and stir every now and then to prevent lumps.
  7. Put the porridge in containers or glasses and let it cool down.
  8. Garnish with the rest of the coconut milk and fresh seasonal fruit.

Tip(s)

  • Rather want a drink? Mix a cup of rice drink with 2 tablespoons of amazake. Optionally add a little grated ginger or a small teaspoon of curcuma latte and you have a delicious hot or cold drink!