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How to make homemade berry jelly: 2 easy ways

Iryna MelnichenkoLS Food
Berry jelly
Berry jelly

In the summer, we all want to eat light meals, cool desserts, and drink ice-cold drinks to help us refresh ourselves. Moreover, there are more healthy fruits and berries than ever before, which can be a great base for truly summer dishes.

The FoodOboz editorial team offers you 2 variants of delicious berry jelly at home, which, firstly, will be natural and healthy, and secondly, it is very easy to prepare.

1. Raspberry and strawberry jelly

Berry prices have dropped significantly in Ukraine

Ingredients:

  • black currants – 200 g
  • raspberries – 200 g
  • water – 150 ml
  • gelatin – 20 g
  • powdered sugar – 3 tbsp

Method of preparation:

  1. Wash the berries well, and dry them.
  2. Soak gelatin in water for 30-40 minutes to make it swell well.
  3. Put the berries in a blender, add the powdered sugar, and beat until smooth.
  4. Rub the resulting berry puree through a sieve so that the seeds are not in the jelly, otherwise they will give bitterness.
  5. Add gelatin to the resulting berry mixture, you can add a little water, mix everything thoroughly and pour into molds, put in the refrigerator for at least 3-4 hours.

2. Juice jelly

Freshly squeezed juice

Ingredients:

  • any fruit juice – 1.5 cups
  • water – 150 ml
  • gelatin – 1 tbsp
  • sugar – optional

Method of preparation:

  1. Soak the gelatin in water, and leave it for 40-50 minutes so that it swells well.
  2. After the time has elapsed, put the gelatin and water in a water bath, mix well, and add the juice, mix again, and pour into molds.
  3. Put them in the refrigerator for 5-8 hours to allow the jelly to harden well.

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