Raspberry jelly agar-agar
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Today is a great feast-palm Sunday. The post continues. Indulged in the holiday sweets jelly from the berries, made into agar-agar. As you know agar-agar is a vegetable substitute for gelatin. It is made from a certain type of algae. I'll do useful candy. Therefore, the berries will take all the juice will not separate. The candies are completely natural and will help our digestive tract to work correctly. Because it is fiber. Today I use agar-agar Dr. Oetker, it is 100% natural. Candy can be eaten not only in the Post, they will be suitable for a holiday and for those who are watching a figure and afraid will get better. These candies are low in calories. Berries can be any. For example: currants, strawberries, cherries.
for Easterfor 8th of Marchfor birthdayfor 23rd of Februaryfor Valentine's Dayfor Lent
Ingredients for Raspberry jelly agar-agar
Step by step instruction of cooking Raspberry jelly agar-agar
The raspberries I had defrosted and put into the chopper bowl. Prepared 100 ml of water. On the sachet says that the sachet of agar-agar is designed for 0.5 l of liquid. Along with the mashed berries and I have so much work.
Divide the raspberries. I will not separate the juice from the pomace. Today I use all. So useful! Make a sachet of agar-agar in water until dissolved.
Joined the broken raspberries and divorced agar-agar. Put a spoonful of honey. Again, all connected. Honey can be put, and more to taste. I was all arranged.
Pour all in a saucepan and put on fire, stirring constantly warmed contents of the saucepan until it bubbles. Approximately up to 90-95 degrees C. Remove the pan from the heat. Give 5 minutes to stand up and pour it into silicone molds. You can use the form of ice. I have a right festive Easter molds with birds. I also like to pour this candy in small tins for muffins! Take one piece of candy and eat it immediately! Put in the fridge form. Agar-agar solidifies very quickly, about 15-20 minutes and ready!
Vystragivaetsja candy easily. Puts them. Here you can sprinkle with a little sugar. I sprinkled quite a bit.
The photo shows how candy grabbed and after I took out from the mold, the birds neither beak nor tail pulled off. All tselenkoe and beautiful! Delicious and healthy!