Tosakanori jelly with milk agar


Looking for a fun and nutritious snack that both kids and adults will love? Look no further than Sea Vegetable's vibrant "Tosakanori" jelly! Not only is it visually appealing with its beautiful colors, but it's also gentle on the stomach, making it an ideal treat for everyone in the family.



■ Tosakanori Jelly
  • Salted Tosakanori (Before salt/return water)20g/6g
  • Water 150cc
■ Milk agar
  • Powdered agar 2G
  • Milk 400㏄
  • 2-3 tablespoons of condensed milk (sweetness is your choice)
■ Mint
■ your favorite syrup (honey, maple syrup, agabe syrup, etc.)

How to:

  1. Salted Tosakanori seaweed should be rinsed twice with water to remove salt. After that, soaked in water for about 3 minutes to remove the excess salt.

  2. For Dried Tosakanori seaweed, soak it in water for 4 minutes to rehydrate.

  3. ※ When soaking in saltwater, make sure to thoroughly rinse off any debris or foreign objects that may have gotten inside. If there are any discolored parts, it's best to remove them.
  4. When the surroundings come in, light the fire a little and heat it with a spatula and heat it for 2-3 minutes. When it comes to it, the milk agar liquid is completed.
  5. Put it in a glass and remove the rough heat. Make while it gets hardened. After chopping 2 coarse, heat it slowly with the amount of water and a pot.
  6. Heat to the desirable condition. It's a cool finish, so it's a bit faster and it's a good feeling to take it down from the fire.
  7. Cool 6 with ice water (if it is still loose, cool it with ice water) Make a solid milk agar, pour it into two layers and cool it in the refrigerator.
  8. Before eating, mint if you have your favorite syrup. Change the amount of Sakana Jelly and Milk Aum and look for your favorite ratio ~

If there is a "Tosakanori" with a strong color and texture, you can easily make jelly without agar or gelatin! The amount is not very difficult, adjust the amount of water and try various things you like. Milk agar is recommended because it is delicious to make half of the amount into soy milk.

Here are the items used in the recipe

Dried Tosakanori Seaweed


Dried Tosakanori Seaweed