Berry Jelly 杂梅果果冻
Is Berry Christmas time! After making the Gluten-Free Berry Cupcakes, something popped into my mind when I noticed that fresh Korean strawberries were available in most supermarkets. But the pricing is a bit on the steep side as the season has just started. Since blueberries are on sale, why not make some Berry Jelly. No worries, making these jellies in small glasses is easy peasy. The jelly has a nice lime fragrance with a combination of little sweet and sour taste from the fresh berries. So pretty to serve this jelly dessert on Christmas table…. yummy too!
Author: Ann Low
Serves: 6-8 cups
- 500ml Water
- ⅓ cup Sugar (70g)
- 1 tbsp Gelatin powder (12g)
- 2 tbsp Fresh lime juice
- 10-12pcs fresh strawberries, cut into small pieces and some fresh blueberries
- Soak gelatin with 2 tablespoons water, set aside. Combine 500ml water, lime juice and sugar in a small pot. Stir sugar till dissolved under medium heat and add in the soaked gelatin. Stirring the liquid to boil with a hand whisk.
- Pour the lime liquid into serving glasses to ¼ full. Add some cut strawberries and blueberries into it. Place the glasses into fridge and chill the jelly to set so the fruits will not float to the surface (about 20 mins). Then add a little more berries on top and fill the glasses with the remaining lime liquid.
- Chill the berry jelly for few hours before serving
- 500毫升 清水
- 70克 细糖
- 1汤匙 鱼胶粉 （12克）
- 2汤匙 鲜榨酸酐汁
- 10-12颗 新鲜草莓 （切小）和适量蓝莓
- 酸酐水倒入小被子里致1/4满，加入适量的草莓及蓝莓。 放进冰箱冷藏致果冻凝固（大约20分钟 ~ 这样水果就不容易飘起来）。再加些草莓及蓝莓，最后把剩余的酸酐水倒入即可。
This post is linked to Cook and Celebrate (Christmas 2014)
organised by Yen from Eat your heart out, Diana from Domestic Goddess Wannabe and Zoe from Bake for Happy Kids.
Looks very refreshing and really easy to do. Thanks for sharing, Ann!
Looks amazing and so refreshing!
Ann, this jelly certainly looks very pretty!
Berry beautiful and tasty!
Hi Ann, lovely berry dessert … very refreshing ^-^!
That is such a lovely metal spoon!
Looks so refreshing Ann even on a chilly night while the snow begins to fall:) Oh how I wish it were berry season now:) Thank you so much for sharing, Ann…Have a very merry berry season:)