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Mango Jelly

It is finally mango season here. I love mangoes. I cannot wait to cook with mangoes. So many recipes running in my mind already. For now, here is a very simple Mango jelly recipe that I used for my Sticky rice and Mango dessert. I will share the recipe for that too, very soon.

Combine the gelatin and cold water and set aside for 10 minutes. After 10 minutes, melt the bloomed gelatin(When the gelatin absorbs the water completely and becomes spongy)   in the microwave very gently, takes 10- 15 seconds. This process has to be very gentle as overheated gelatin is of no good. You can even place the bowl of gelatin in another shallow bowl with slightly warm- hot water till it melts.

 

In another bowl add the mango puree made with fresh mangoes and sugar. Microwave for 1-2 minutes till its very hot, almost boiling. Sugar can be added to your taste. Mix with the gelatine mixture. Pour it in the moulds and leave it in the refrigerator to set for 2-5 hours.

 

Once set, cut into cubes and Serve with desserts, with ice cream or eat as it is.

 

Recipe:

Mango puree- 1 Cup
Sugar- 2 Tablespoons (To taste)
Gelatin- 1 1/4 Tablespoons
Cold water- 1/4 Cup

Combine the gelatin and cold water and set aside for 10 minutes. Melt the bloomed gelatin(When the gelatin absorbs the water completely and becomes spongy)   in the microwave very gently, takes 10- 15 seconds. In another bowl add the mango puree made with fresh mangoes and sugar. Microwave for 1-2 minutes till its very hot, almost boiling. Sugar can be added to your taste. Mix with the gelatine mixture. Pour it in the moulds and leave it in the refrigerator to set for 2-5 hours. Once set, cut into cubes and Serve with desserts, with ice cream or eat as it is.

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