Plain China Grass



During Ramzan time one of the fastest moving products of Bakers is Plain China Grass. China Grass was discovered around 1958 in japan when some surplus seaweed soup had jelled after a nights freezing. It was also called agar-agar, the Malay / Indonesian name for red algae from which jelly is produced. Plain China grass is used as a thickener for soups, in fruit preserves and other desserts.


Milk - 900ml

Bakers Plain China Grass
Water - 100ml
Bakers 20ml Essence
Finely Sliced Fruits
Bakers Food Colours
Cherry or Other Fruits to taste

Open the Bakers Plain China Grass pack and pour the required contents(10g) into a pan.

Clean the China Grass with water.
Mix it with 100ml of water and boil till it melts.
Boil 900ml of milk separately.
Mix these together thoroughly.
Pour the preparation in moulds or plates adding sugar, fruits, flavour and colours to your taste.