From the work of Japanese cartoonist Ji Yongshi, "The Food of Yesterday" Vol.2 #14. Cold weather is a plant gel extracted from algae, also known as agar. The weather is getting hot, doing some cold weather and welcoming a sweet summer.
The finished product in the book is as shown.
First make black molasses. 80 g of brown sugar was taken in a small pot and 100 g of water was added.
Heat to boiling and turn to low heat. When the brown sugar is completely melted, add 2 tablespoons of honey to increase the consistency.
After a little boil, turn off the heat and cool. Pour the brown molasses cooled to room temperature into a bottle and store in the refrigerator.
Next is the cold weather. Add 600ml of milk to the small pot, then pour 4g of cold day powder, heat and cook over medium and small heat, and keep stirring.
Continue to cook for 2 to 3 minutes while the milk is boiling, and keep stirring. After the cold day powder is completely dissolved, add 3 tablespoons of sugar, stir and heat over medium heat until completely dissolved.
Pour the milk cold liquid into a heat-resistant container, cool to room temperature, and then put it in the refrigerator to freeze.
The cooled milk is a soft solid in cold weather. Take it out with a spoon and pour in the black molasses.
Adding cold milk to the milk is easy to pour the pot (don't ask me how I know T_T), be sure to use medium and small heat to heat, wait until the milk has a boiling tendency in the pot, immediately turn off the small fire and control the temperature. Brown sugar is basically equal to brown sugar, and there is a slight difference in purity, but there is not much difference in taste.