You can use whatever fruits you want, just make sure you cut them into smaller chunks. Cut the mango and grapes into small chunks. Remove the leaves from strawberry and halve the strawberries and then thinly slice them. Cover and keep them in the refrigerator
Combine coconut milk, sugar, coconut sugar, agar agar powder.
Bring it to a gentle simmer. Remember that this is coconut milk and you DO NOT want to boil the coconut milk over high heat as it will “break” and separate. Just let it simmers over medium-low heat and keep stirring until you don’t see any more agar agar powder, about 2-3 minutes.
Gently pour it over to the large mould and pop any bubbles with a toothpick. Chill in the refrigerator until it sets. It takes about 7-10 minutes to set
Arrange cut fruits:
Once the first layer is set, arrange the cut fruits on top of it and put it back into the fridge
Combine water, sugar, and agar agar powder
Bring it to a boil and stir at the same time until no agar agar powder is visible anymore, about 2-3 minutes
Very gently, pour this on top of the fruit to minimize air bubbles as much as possible. Use a toothpick to pop any large bubbles you see. This layer takes a bit longer to set as it is thicker. It may take about 15-20 minutes to set
Only start to cook this layer once you see the second layer is set. Combine coconut milk, sugar, coconut sugar, agar agar powder. Pretty much the same with the first layer again. Bring to a gentle simmer and stir at the same time until agar agar powder is no longer visible. Pour this on top of the second layer and chill again for at least another 1-2 hours before unmoulding and cutting the cake
Unmoulding and cutting:
Use a sharp thin knife to gently run through the edge to loosen. Place a plate on top of the mould and flip it over. Cut into the desired size
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