How to Make Gulaman
Gulaman (agar-agar) is the Filipino gelatin that is used in many refreshments and desserts.
stick Gulaman Bar
Agar-Agar of any color
Take one gulaman bar and break it into smaller pieces about 3 inches long.
In a pot, soak it in water for half an hour.
Then boil mixture until gulaman melts. Stir once in a while.
Add sugar if you like (I don’t).
When gulaman is melted, this is the time to add vanilla if you want flavor (I don’t).
Remove from heat.
Transfer to a pyrex until it hardens. Leave it in room temperature or put it in the fridge.
Once fully harden, you may use it for whatever dessert you desire. To check if it is hard through and through use a toothpick.
1. Too much water will make a very soft gelatin or gulaman.
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