How to Make Kiwi Jelly
Every time I see the jelly sold in the supermarket, I think of the jelly my mother made for me when I was a child; I don’t like the jelly sold in the supermarket, so I use fresh kiwi fruit to make the jelly. Let’s take a look at how to make it.
|White granulated sugar||60g|
Dice half the kiwi fruit.
Put diced kiwi fruit, white granulated sugar, lemon juice and 150ml water into a bowl and use; Heating; Pour the fish glue powder into the remaining 100ml cold water to make the powder absorb enough water to expand without stirring, otherwise the powder will easily agglomerate. After the powder absorbs enough water, stir until it melts.
Filter the heated mixed juice, filter out the kiwi fruit cubes, pour into a little soaked and melted fish glue powder, stir and melt, then pour into the heated mud kiwi juice and stir evenly.
Put the bowl containing the mixed liquid into ice water and keep stirring until it cools.
Then put the mixed juice into the jelly mold, pour only 1 / 3 for the first time, then put the remaining Kiwi cubes into the refrigerator, pour the remaining mixed juice into the remaining Kiwi cubes after the mixed juice solidifies, so that the fruits can be evenly distributed.
When the kiwi juice in the mold coagulates into one, pour it out and it's done.
You can make all kinds of jelly with other fruits instead.
Personally, I think the solidifying power of fish glue powder is different from that of Geely Ding tablet. 10 grams of fish glue powder is stronger than Geely Ding tablet, which is enough to solidify into jelly. Personally, I don't like particularly hard taste. I like softer ones. If I like harder 15 grams of fish glue powder, it's OK.