For the month of October I am so excited to line-up a few wonder Guest Posts from different culinary aspect to share with you people. First let's us welcome Ann from "Anncoo Journal" with her gorgeous "Fruity Jelly" which would come in perfectly as a after meal dessert to delight your family or guests.
I get to know more about Ann's blog through Aspiring Bakers since 2010 where everyone of us get together to share (blog about) what we made through a monthly assigned theme. To me, Ann possess a great passion in both her culinary and photographing skill which reflect through her posts. Example:- just recently, she has created some lovely baked "piglets"(read more HERE) for this Mid-Autumn festival which you would definitely be amazed by her crafty fingers.
Now let's us take a look at her new creation for this guest post.
I've been a silent reader of Cuisine Paradise by Ellena before I started my own blog and I was thrilled when she approached me to do a dessert guest post on her blog. Thank you very much Ellena for giving me an opportunity to be a guest over at Cuisine Paradise.
Fruits have many benefits to our health and Singaporeans are very fortunate to get to taste various types of fresh fruits imported from all over the world at an affordable price. So today, I'm using blueberry from USA, golden kiwi from New Zealand and strawberry from Australia to make a simple Fruity Jelly with agar agar powder as dessert.
Here is the recipe....
Ingredients (A):1 packet (13g) Agar agar powder
400ml Fresh milk
2-3 pcs Pandan leaves, rinse and clean well, tie leaves into knots
1 packet (13g) Agar agar powder
1000ml water 170g Sugar
2-3 pcs Pandan leaves, rinse and clean well,tie leaves into knots
Cut some fresh fruits(blueberries, golden kiwi and strawberries)
1. Boil water, sugar and pandan leaves together for 5 minutes, keep stirring constantly at medium heat.
2.Off heat and pour in fresh milk and continue to stir the liquid for another 2 minutes.
3. Discard pandan leaves and pour liquid into serving glass until half full. Leave to set in fridge for about 10 minutes.
4. Rinse and set aside the cut fruits. (blueberries, diced golden kiwi and strawberries)
5. Boil water, sugar and pandan leaves together for 5 minutes, keep stirring constantly at medium heat.
6. Off heat and continue to stir the liquid for another 2 minutes. Discard pandan leaves.
7. Place fresh fruits into prepared glasses and pour (B) liquid into it.
8. Chill fruity jelly in fridge for few hours before serve.
Thanks Ann for this wonderful Fruity Jelly post. If you want to read more about Ann's other recipes on making Jelly. You can refer to the link HERE.
Thanks so much Ellena for inviting me to do a guest post for you. It was my pleasure :)ReplyDelete
I am a fan of Anncoo Journal too. Fully agree - Ann is both good with her culinary skills and photography.ReplyDelete
Yes I agree jelly has normay nothing realy exiting about it if not prepared in special way like it is fanatsticly done here;)ReplyDelete
Great and beautiful guest post of Fruity Jelly! I love and really admire Ann's creativity and talents. She's one of the most friendly and very generous foodie blogger who's never afraid to share all her beautiful works! ;)ReplyDelete
Wow! Wow! ann, you see i got 2 wow for you, haha! always admire your beautiful creations and this is just another of it! i also think the combination of fruit colours here are so attractive looking!ReplyDelete
hi ellena, it's been quite some time i last dropped by here and i know i've been missing many of your beautiful posts, would like to drop by here more often to learn more from you. Cheers!!
Yes, Ann is an amazing personality. This fruity jelly is so pretty, too pretty to be eaten I must admit.ReplyDelete
Hi, this is my first time here. You have a lovely blog :)ReplyDelete
I love Ann's blog and she is indeed a master baker and cook! This fruit jelly is another one of her lovely creations. Ann is warm, friendly, and generous and I have had the privilige of meeting her in person.
Simple dessert that satisfy - I like it!ReplyDelete
I'm always a big fan of Ann. Her cooking and baking is always very perfect.ReplyDelete
Hi Ellena! Thanks for having Ann over here. I've found her through foodie friend's referral and ever since then I'm hooked with her creations. Looks like your October will be fun months with all the guests to look forward to. I hope all is well with you! :-) Congrats Ann for the wonderful guest post!ReplyDelete
I'm so wanting a spoonful of the sweet dessert! Look at the colours and fruits..Ann- thank you for sharing!ReplyDelete
This is a fantastic dessert!ReplyDelete
This is a fantastic dessert! Loved it!ReplyDelete
Hi, the jelly is very beautiful. May I know the serving size if i follow this recipe?ReplyDelete
Ann is a very talented and friendly blogger friend. Always love to read her blog and glad to see her guest post here. What a lovely fruity jelly! Homemade dessert always the winner (^.^)ReplyDelete
Hi Biren, thanks for dropping by. Hope one day i would be able to catch up with Ann in real person too :)ReplyDelete
Hi Lena. Thanks for dropping by. Yup this beautiful Fruity Jelly from Ann is indeed a blessing dessert to whip up with.ReplyDelete
yup! Totally agreed with you Lyn. Ann is a generous foodie who is always ready to share her beautiful work :)ReplyDelete