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Honey Green Tea Jelly


This Honey Green Tea or Matcha Jelly is another healthy and an easy to do dessert. I didn't add any filling like red bean/azuki paste into the jelly as I prefer to have the light delicate refreshing green tea and honey flavour. They taste so perfect after chilling. I poured the jelly into a 8 inch square pan and sliced it before serve. But if you're leaving the jelly at room temperature for more than 30 minutes, it is better to make the jelly into serving cups as gelatine can melt easily in our hot weather. Although I've added little agar agar powder into it, the jelly was still very soft. If you're a great of fan of green/matcha tea, have a try on this jelly. I'm sure you will love it. Hope you all have a wonderful weekend :)



Honey Green Tea Jelly
    Ingredients:
     800g Water
     65g Sugar
     2 tbsp Honey
     3g Green Tea powder (used matcha powder from SL)
     20g Gelatine powder soak with 3 tbsp water for 2 minutes
     1/2 tsp Agar agar powder

     Method:
  • Soak gelatine powder with 3 tbsp water, set aside.
  • Mix matcha powder with 2 tbsp hot water, set aside.
  • Measure 800g water in a small pot and add honey, stir well with a whisk.
  • Pour in sugar and agar agar powder, stir to boil untill sugar dissolved at medium heat. 
  • Add soaked gelatine, stir well with a hand whisk and lastly add the matcha mixture into it, stir liquid to boil again.
  • Strain the liquid through a fine sieve directly into 8 inch square pan or serving cups.
  • Leave to cool down completely and chill in refrigerator for 2-3 hours before serve. 


I'm submitting this post to Aspiring Bakers #24 (October 2012)  Jellies & Puddings 
hosted by Charmaine of MiMi Bakery House 

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  1. This looks great and I bet it's delicious!

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    1. 一点也不Q,很软。要Q的话可以用konnyaku powder.

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    1. Is not springy, very soft exactly like jello.

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  4. Love this healthy and easy way of jelly, put it in my to do list already.. thank you... nice weekend :)

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  5. I had honey green tea drink before and it was so good and refreshing. In jelly form it will be even better!

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    1. Yes, like the Poka Green tea huh? Have a try on this recipe :)

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  6. Can do the same with just agar agar powder, without the gelatine powder?

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    1. Sure. Use one and the half teaspoon to replace the gelatine.

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  7. I haven't tried this b4 but I can imagine that I'll certainly like it! Combining both the agar-agar powder & gelatine powder is new to me too, thanks for sharing!

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    1. Jessie, combining the two types of powder together make the jelly more firm but I think I did not add enough agar agar powder into it. But it is all right to serve in cups, the soft jelly really taste good.

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  8. This is an easy and healthy dessert! Very refreshing!

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  9. Eileen, Hundred Eighty DegreesOctober 25, 2012 at 8:52 PM

    Love fuss free recipe! Thanks for sharing.

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  10. Another way to enjoy my fave beverage ! :D Healthy and refreshing treat !

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  11. 这 jelly 很不错,可以一试!

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  12. must have been gone in a wink. Looks good

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  13. I like the colour. The jelly looks great.

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  14. Honey green tea is the only drink that I order in a boba place! Love the simplicity of it. Very excited to try these out!

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  15. Really refreshing and cooling! Perfect anytime of the day!

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  16. Oh I love the green colour! I can imagine myself eating this on such hot weathers! Bet the honey makes it even tastier, yums! ;) Thanks for another creative and lovely jelly recipe Ann! ;)

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  17. Healthy and nice.....yum....

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  18. 哎呀,我家的绿茶粉用完了又忘了买,就先吃你家的了,可以吗?

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  19. 可以想象得出它有多好吃了^^

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    1. 喜欢喝抹茶的人,一定会喜欢这冰凉的点品。

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  20. Hi Ann,
    This honey green tea jelly looks so smooth and yummy.

    mui..^^

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  21. Wow, this is so refreshing ... like the colour!

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  22. Hi Ann! You always make delicious and creative jelly and I always love seeing all different kinds on your site. I love green tea and this is such a lovely treat for me!

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    1. Hi Nami, thank you very much for your compliment.

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  23. I would love this, it does look nice and refreshing! So interesting!

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  24. See already so refreshing and cooling! Lol! U mean the texture is like soft jelly?

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    1. Yes, best eaten straight from fridge. cool and soft :)

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  25. I love how refreshing the color it is and bet the taste is too! Would give this a try!

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  26. Hi Ann, bookmarked for trying soon ^^ So far i tried making jelly with gelatin powder but the outcome is not vey well accepted coz too hard... hopefully will get better result with your tips ;) Thank you!

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    1. Hi Kah Chin, wonder how much gelatin have you added? I always like to add some agar agar powder together with the gelatin, to get a little firm texture.

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  27. Another beautiful jelly from you. Sometimes it is nice just to have it plain without filling. :)

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  28. this looks awesome. My son doesn't like honey. So rather than using white sugar, can I use brown sugar mix with gula melaka (dark palm sugar)? I wonder what this would taste like? of course, these sugars will change the colour of the jelly.

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    1. Hi Violet,
      Very sorry that I've missed your comment.
      You can add white sugar to replace honey but not gula melaka. I think gula melaka will cover up the match flavour.

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  29. Hi Ann,

    Like to ask you one qu. I did the Honey Green Tea Jelly with gelatine (add more agar agar powder according to your ans to one of the fans).

    But the jelly that I do out, it have a layer of darker colour at the bottom, why it is like that. It looks diff from your picture.

    Are you able to explain. It still taste ok, just my family ask why there is diff colour..

    Thanks
    Wendy

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    1. Hi Wendy,

      The problem with the darker colour at the bottom is because the green tea powder cannot easily dissolved in hot water that was why I said 'strain liquid'. It is better to use a fine sieve or you can use those oil strainer paper for kitchen so that the powder will not go through it after boiled.
      Thanks for the highlight.

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  30. Hi, can you tell me how many servings are made whit those ingredients?

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    1. I don't quite remember how many pieces I cut, think around 20 pieces but also depends how big the sizes you want.

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