Kirsch cherry royale jellies
- December 2018
- Makes 12
- Hands-on time 15 min, plus setting
A dessert that looks so impressive, your guests will never know the cherry dessert recipe took just 15 minutes to make.
- 0.1g (trace saturated)
- 8g (7.4g sugars)
Fifteen sheets may seem like a lot of gelatine, but that’s because the jelly contains a lot of alcohol, which impedes the set of a jelly. Even with this amount of gelatine, the jellies have a softer set than usual, so they’re best made and served in a glass, like a cocktail, rather than trying to turn them out onto a plate or into a bowl.
Once set, the covered jellies will keep in the fridge for up to 3 days.
We didn’t use any additional sugar so the jellies really do taste like a jelly version of a champagne cocktail. If you want to make your jellies a tad sweeter, add a couple of teaspoons of caster sugar in step 2 and make sure it’s fully dissolved before continuing with the recipe.
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