I have a recipe for a steamed egg and ginger pudding. It can be eaten hot or cold, and I prefer it cold. The problem is that it starts to separate in the fridge (liquid accumulating where I've scooped pudding out, or sometimes around the edge of the bowl). How do I prevent that?
I did look at this discussion, but I can't tell whether it's relevant.
Recipe, in case it's relevant
2 C water 4 oz. ginger root 4 oz. Chinese rock sugar 4 large eggs, beaten 2/3 C milk a few drops vegetable oil Set up a stovetop steamer. Slice ginger. Bring water to a boil; boil ginger 2 min. Discard ginger slices. Dissolve rock sugar in boiling water. Remove pot from heat. Add milk to the pot; whisk in eggs and vegetable oil. Pour into bowl or bowls and steam 12 min.