Ever since I bought the Joyoung Soy Milk Maker about 1.5 years ago, I’ve been meaning to write about it. But it kind of got back logged. 😅 Then forgotten.
I bought it from Taobao at a fraction of what I would have paid in SG. The only difference is in the plug. Fortunately, I discovered that it can use the same plug as my rice cooker! So voila! Just plug it in!! Less hassle!! 💪🏼
I’ve been using it to make almond milk recipe for the kiddos. Just dump all the ingredients into it. Press a button. Wait for it to beep. Filter. Drink!
It’s the same thing for the Soy Milk. I bought organic soya beans from cold storage. It doesn’t say non GMO on the packaging though. Just can’t find one that says non GMO. If anyone knows where to find it, let me know.
Soy Milk Recipe
- 1 cup soya beans
- 4 cups water
- 3 pandan leaves (shredded)
- 8 dates (I use medjool dates)
1. Soak soybeans in 2-3 cups of water overnight.
2. Discard water and rinse soybeans.
3. Remove skins to your best effort. I rub them between my fingers.
4. Add all ingredients to Joyoung. Press button. Read a book. 😬
5. When the machine beeps, filter it with a sieve or coffee sock.
6. Add honey or other sweeteners to taste. Or simply drink it straight up!
I use the pulp to make gluten free crackers!!!
Oh great!! I ran out of gluten free pancake mix and the brand I usually use was out of stock on Iherb! After discovering Iherb I simply refused buy the gluten free or organic stuff from local shops anymore! It’s about 30% cheaper on Iherb, including shipping fees! I think I’ll write about Iherb when I’m free!
Anyway, I remembered vaguely that my cousin posted a link in our whatsapp group on some healthy easy-to-do recipes.
Ok… Time to test the pancake recipe. I was pretty skeptical about it because it only had 2 ingredients. Ya… Only 2… And you can find them in everybody’s home. Well… Almost! Maybe 90% of the people have them at home.
Easy peasy. Just egg and banana!!! Huh!! Do I hear you say “huh?!” My reaction exactly when I saw the recipe.
Aiya.. Even if 宝贝 doesn’t want to eat it, I will. I love bananas!
So the proportion is 1 banana (the big one. I use 2 small ones sometimes) : 1 egg
Mash up the banana. Add the egg. Beat them together. Drop a dollop of the mixture on a pan. Make sure your pan is not too hot. The banana burns easily. Once it solidifies, flip it over.
Ta-da!! Here they are!! Not scoring high in the looks department but they certainly were yummy!!
These were the 2nd batch of my 1st attempt. The 1st batch ended up in my tummy. Too ugly to be seen! It took a few tries to get them reasonably decent looking. 😅
But hey! They are gluten free, yummy and easy to make if I run out of breakfast food to serve up.
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