Raspberry Jelly

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By Darren Purchese

A great all round jelly for use as a component in desserts, cakes, tarts and much more. The addition of agar gives it a strength and blended with gelatine it gives a great mouthfeel. This recipe is fantastic defrosted after being frozen and we often use it to pour into small silicone moulds and then freeze. Once frozen hard we pop the jellies out from their mould and store them covered in the freezer. These jellies can then be added to the surface of cakes, tarts and desserts and they take only a couple of minutes to defrost due to their size. This jelly recipe makes raspberry shaped jellies that adorn our Explosive Milk Chocolate & Raspberry cake. The picture shows the jellies set into 2 cm diameter silicone hemisphere moulds and set into the freezer before being demoulded and placed on top of a lemon tart.

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200g raspberry puree
50g sugar syrup 1-1
1.5g agar
7g gelatine leaves
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For the raspberry jelly… Soak the gelatine leaves in iced cold water for a few minutes to soften, drain and discard the water and squeeze the excess from the soaked gelatine. Set the soaked gelatine aside. Mix the syrup with the raspberry and pour the solution into a small saucepan, add the agar and gently heat to a boil. Stir constantly to prevent it catching. Remove from the heat and add in the soaked gelatine, stir to melt. The jelly is now ready to use immediately.

 

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For the raspberry jelly… Soak the gelatine leaves in iced cold water for a few minutes to soften, drain and discard the water and squeeze the excess from the soaked gelatine. Set the soaked gelatine aside. Mix the syrup with the raspberry and pour the solution into a small saucepan, add the agar and gently heat to a boil. Stir constantly to prevent it catching. Remove from the heat and add in the soaked gelatine, stir to melt. The jelly is now ready to use immediately.

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