Monday, July 30, 2012

Sakura Jelly


Beside used picked sakura to make cookies, the other day i tried to use the pickled sakura to make this Sakura Jelly..



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It look so lovely !! but taste wise was nothing to shout out, the jelly just taste like those tidbit salted plum water.

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Sakura Jelly
(recipe source: Inspired by A Daily Obsession, recipe with my own twist)

3 tsp gelatine powder
800ml water
100ml water from soaking the pickled sakura

2 tbsp honey
90g sugar

Some pickled sakura

Method
1. Mix water and water from soaking the pickled sakura together in a small pot.
2. Add in sugar, sprinkle gelatine powder on top, mix well.
3. Heat and stir to dissolve the sugar and gelatine.
4. Pour jelly in serving glass, drop the flowers and use toothpick to push sakura gently to and from so that the petals unfurl.
5. Cool and chill for at least 4 hours.


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42 comments:

Jess @ Bakericious said...

Sonia, this jelly is so beautiful! dun need to eat, look at it also feel shiok lol.

Yee Ling said...

I did something like this too...but not as beautiful as yours.

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鲸鱼蓝蓝蓝 said...

很好奇它的味道哦
不过单看卖相已经跑赢一条街了:)

Mandy said...

买相真的一流。。sui lo。。嘻嘻!
sakura Jelly, 不错。。不错。

spdong said...

哇!漂亮!
找一天,我也要玩~:)

Casey said...

真的好美,好高贵呢!

珊珊 said...

哇哇。。。好美的JELLY。。。
把那几朵美美的樱花吃到口中。。。不晓得感觉如何呢!!!!

ANNA (小雨伞) said...

送我一杯。。。。。。

捧在手里,我~~~~不舍得吃嘢(><)
好梦幻典雅的jelly哦!!

Anonymous said...

so pretty :-)

Sue

Broccoli Ginger said...

too beautiful to eat :)

0620 said...

Looks unique !!

eileenlee said...

refreshing dessert during hot weather like now, can i have one?

Angie Ng said...

真的很美,单看就已经很满足了。。

Li Shuan said...

ahhh ... Very beautiful ... Simple yet elegant.

Smiley said...

美到。。。。。我好钟意!!

Somewhere in Singapore said...

nowaday the weather is so hot, the jelly comes in time, hehe...

joceline lyn said...

很浪漫的感觉。。。。。。

Simple Person said...

looks delicious...

choi yen said...

too pretty to be eaten!

Yan said...

I like the idea of putting in honey and pickle sakura in the jally. It looks really beautiful.

Rice Bowl Tales 有碗話碗 said...

Looks so delicate and beautiful! I feel calm and relaxed even by just looking at it :)

Honey Bee Sweets said...

Nice ya....love the elegant look. Can't wait to see more Sakura concoctions you will come up with...;))

Jessie-CookingMoments said...

It's hard for me to imagine the taste but I do like the idea of using sakura in making the jelly! Very special recipe!

蓝色小厨 said...

Very beautiful flower but what is the taste?

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zila norazila said...

sangat sayang nk makan..coz really beautiful lol:)

anne said...

Throw a glass or two over here ! lol That looks pretty delicious !

Jeannie Tay said...

It is very beautiful, actually if taste like sour plum I like too lol!

Little Corner of Mine said...

Very pretty indeed, makes such a great presentation.

Julie said...

Lovely & new to me!
Ongoing Events of Erivum Puliyum @ Palakkad Chamayal-Fenugreek Leaves OR Green Chillies

Gloria said...

Sonia ! you beat me! look absolutely beautiful, heavenly!

MeRy said...

The jelly looks Good......Pickled sakura..is it from Japan?

Cass @ 揾到食 said...

Very beautiful. Just like 水中花!

Nami | Just One Cookbook said...

Pretty! It's a perfect spring dessert to enjoy sakura with this dessert!

Rose said...

Beautiful! So creative.

daphne said...

it is so pretty!!! I would love to have the sakura jelly as my dessert.

Small Kucing said...

wow open so nice

lena said...

beautiful..feel like putting it as a decorative item! haha!

My Little Space said...

Oooo...your sakura jelly looks so cool & pretty.
Kristy

mui mui said...

Hi Sonia, this Sakura jelly is so pretty. I was wondering how does it smell and taste..^^ I bet it's really nice!

terri@adailyobsession said...

Very pretty, sonia!

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