Carragheen Irish moss pudding +raspberry coulis

Racquel Sweeney


What do I start to say about Carragheen moss .It is a legend food over here with us in Ireland. It's highly nutritious and is full of minerals that can restore and maintain the beauty and health of the human body..

It has vitamins A,B,C,D,E,F, and K....amino acids, calcium, iron , potassium, protein..
This carragheen moss makes a lovely creamy dessert, refreshing drink and has been used traditionally as an old cough and flu remedy(boil up with water-sugar-lemon and honey and drink) and it will get you back on your feet in no time.. Hopefully it can be source in a Irish store over with you

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5 ramekins
3 Hr
20 Min
Stove Top


semi-closed fistful of carragheen moss
1-1/2 pt
full fat milk
2 Tbsp
caster sugar
2 tsp
vanilla extact
1 tsp


1one semi closed fistful of carragheen moss.
2wash it under the tap with cold water.
3soak in a bowl the carragheen moss in tepid water for 10 minutes ..
4strain off the water and put into a saucepan with the vanilla extract and honey.
Bring to the boil and turn heat down to low and let simmer very gently for 20 minutes.
5Pour the milk mixture through a sieve into a bowl, making sure to push all the natural gelatine for the carragheen moss through the sieve, but avoiding strips of moss getting through.
6Add the infused milk mixture to the egg yolk whiskey to combine.
7Whisk the egg white until stiff then add into the milk + yolk mixture making sure to give it a good stir to mix altogether.
8Pour the carragheen moss milk mixture into ramekins :TIP = wet the ramekins first so that the pudding will be easily released.
Place in the fridge to set for 2-3 hours ,serve chilled along with some raspberry coulis ..
1 cup of raspberry (fresh or frozen)if frozen thaw out first.
1/2 cup of icing sugar.
combine the raspberrys and icing sugar in a bowl and whiz with a hand blender until pureed ,pass then through a fine sieve..

About Carragheen Irish moss pudding +raspberry coulis

Course/Dish: Puddings
Main Ingredient: Non-Edible or Other
Regional Style: Irish
Other Tag: For Kids