gelatine

  • Cold Sweets

    Yoghurt Mousse Jelly

    I am a big fan of Jelly Desserts and I often make them. The standard ratio of Gelatine Powder & Liquid is 2g (1/2 teaspoon) : 100ml. I make Jelly based on this ratio. This is my basic Yoghurt Mousse Jelly, which has fairly firm texture if you use Greek Yoghurt. You can add some …

  • Cold Sweets

    Apple Juice & Vodka Jelly

    Many people are making this Apple Juice Jelly that has a resemblance to foamy Beer. Beer look-alike Jelly can be alcoholic, can’t it? Then I decided to add Vodka to it. You can use ‘Umeshu’, Brandy OR other Liquor instead. The white foamy top is the same Jelly that is just whipped up. *Warning: This …

  • Cold Sweets Fruit

    Strawberry Milk Jelly

    I tried to make ‘Strawberry Milk Jelly’. All recipes that I found required heating Milk and Sugar first, then add Gelatine, and finally add pureed Strawberries. I tried one recipe and I was totally disappointed. Guess what happened when I added pureed Strawberries to the warm milk mixture? Milk curdled because of the acidity of …

  • Cold Sweets

    Milk Jelly

    On a hot summer day, cold dessert would be nice. Jelly is always a good option. If you stock Gelatine Powder in your pantry, Jelly is easy to make. The standard ratio of Gelatine Powder & Liquid is 2g : 100ml. I make Milk Jelly based on this ratio. Makes 4 Servings Ingredients 3 teaspoons …

  • Cold Sweets

    Custard Jelly with Caramel Sauce

    Everyone loves ‘Creme Caramel’ but I won’t say it is super easy to make. You need to steam-bake it in the oven, or steam it using a steamer or pot. This is Custard Jelly, set with Gelatine. You only need a saucepan to make it. The recipe for Caramel Sauce is also included. Makes 4 …

  • Cold Sweets Drink

    Coffee Jelly Milk

    Coffee Jelly is one of my favourite summer desserts and it is easy to make. Just dissolve Gelatine in hot coffee and allow it to set. I want to show you a fun way to eat Coffee Jelly. Set the Coffee Jelly in a large glass, crush it when it is set, then pour cold …

  • Cold Sweets

    My Children’s Parfait

    This is the dessert that my children used to make by themselves when they were young. While we were living in Japan for a short period of time, my children fell in love with Japanese style parfait, made by layering jelly, whipped cream, ice cream, and fruit, usually served in a tall glass. After we …

  • Cold Sweets Matcha

    Matcha Panna Cotta

    This is much easier to make than ‘Matcha Bavarois’ and all Matcha lovers should try. You don’t like Matcha? You should try it once anyway. I am quite sure you will enjoy this dessert. It is absolutely easy to make. Heat Milk & Cream mixture hot enough so that Gelatine dissolves, then cool to set. …

  • Cold Sweets Fruit

    Mango Jelly Dessert

    Australia is a lucky country regarding the fresh food. We have amazing variety of fresh Fruit and Vegetables available all year round. Now it’s Christmas time and delicious Mangos are in season. Try this simple jelly dessert when fresh mangos are available. The jelly sets softly, so individual serves would be the best. Makes 4 …

  • Cold Sweets

    Cream Cheese & Yoghurt Jelly

    To make this dessert, I bought a Tupperware jelly mould and it was before my first child was born. So, this recipe is older than my son. The amount of Sugar is up to your preference, but it shouldn’t be too sweet. Fruit can be any fruit that can go well with cream cheese flavour. …

  • Cold Sweets

    Basic Jelly

    Gelatin, Kanten and Agar Agar are the most common gelling agents used for setting liquid to make gelatinous dessert. Gelatin is made from pork skins, cattle bones or hides. Kanten (Japanese) and Agar Agar (Malay) are made from sea plants. Kanten and Agar Agar are different. The textures of the jellies they make are quite …