Monday, October 6, 2014

BROKEN GLASS JELLY

Broken Glass Jelly with agar agar powder



A very blessed Eid  to  you and family,  to those celebrating.  May you be showered with joy and happiness!

This year am not making any heavy preparation since I had just recovered from my illness.  I picked up  agar agar powder to prepare this Broken Glass Jelly.

This is the simplest dessert you can make without much effort but still looks terrific.  What I did was mixing the agar agar powder with sugar in a deep pot  until the  agar agar is dissolved.  Bring to boil  over low heat, stirring  all the time.

And now this is a fun part.  Divide into 4 parts.  Mix 3 parts with your favorite color and leave the balance as it is.  Let them set , now you can cut the colored parts into cubes and place them in a  9 in tray.  Mix them altogether.

Heat the non colored part over low heat, add  milk.  Remove from heat, pour this mixture over the tray filled with colored cubes.  Cool slightly, place the tray in a refrigerator to set fully.

Broken Glass Jelly


BROKEN GLASS JELLY

10 g  white agar agar powder
250 g white sugar
1 liter water
3 tablespoon condensed  milk
3 different color of food coloring

METHOD

1.  Dissolve agar agar powder in one liter of water, stir well.

2.  Add sugar, stir and bring to boil over low heat.

3.  Remove from heat, rinse 3 containers, place 1 1/4 cup of agar agar on each container, add coloring to each, stir until well mixed.  Chill in a refrigerator..

4.  Rinse  9  in tray, cut into cubes for the colored parts.  Place them in a tray, mix altogether.

5.  Heat the plain part, add the condensed   milk.  Remove and pour this over the colored cubes.

6.  Cool slightly and let it set in a refrigerator.  Cut into desired sizes to serve.

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26 comments:

beena stephen said...

Eid mubarak , Lovely dessert

Chandrani Banerjee said...

Broken glass jelly looks fabulous and yummy.

Medeja said...

Looks very cute! I used to like such jelly when I was a kid.. Ok I still like it :D

kitchen queen said...

yummy and delicious.

kitchen queen said...

yummy and delicious.

Kurinji said...

Awesome!!!

Sony P said...

So colorful and perfect.

Hamaree Rasoi said...

This is what I call a colourful and delicious looking jelly. Wonderfully prepared.
Deepa

Julie said...

colorful..Happy Eid :)

Rafeeda AR said...

I had made these long back and love it... got to make it again for sure... hope you had a good Eid...

MonuTeena RecipesPassion said...

this is looking truly magnificent such a lovely click .. loving that

Beautylicous Reviews Blog said...

Wow pretty creative treat, looks tastly. Thanks for sharing:)

Winnie said...

So simple to make and sooooooooooo beautiful and unique
I love it!!

Jess said...

What a neat recipe to do for Halloween! How fun!

Thanks for joining the Link Up this week!

Rachel Beach said...

Sorry to hear you have been ill. Well wishes to you. I've never heard of this dessert before but it looks so neat. At first, the name threw me a bit but I totally get it now! Thanks for sharing on Merry Monday.,

shobha rawal said...

Wow!!!!!!!!!what a perfectly made jelly.looks sooo lovely.
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Recipe world said...

Looks yummy n irresistible!

Katie Pinch said...

We love jello and condensed milk at our house. We will have to give this a try. Thanks for linking up your yummy post at the Click and Chat link up party! -Katie @alittlepinchofperfect

Guru Uru said...

The effect looks absolutely gorgeous! What a delicious and innovative jelly dessert :D

Cheers
Choc Chip Uru

Katherines Corner said...

giggle, spooky treat! Thank you for sharing at the Thursday Favorite Things blog hop xo

Amanda Kolb said...

So colorful! Thank you for sharing on Merry Monday

Shetty Anirudh said...

Interesting indeed!!
Great work on putting up such ba recipe!!

Trick or treat!!

Joanne DiPalo said...

This is a lovely dessert for any occasion and so easy to make. Thanks so much for sharing with Foodie Friends Friday this weekend. Pinned/sharing.

Deborah Smikle-Davis said...

Hi,
What a lovely dessert! I have not used agar agar in a long time so you have inspired me to try it again soon. Thank you so much for sharing your yummy Broken Glass Jelly recipe at the Plant-Based Potluck Party Blog Hop!

CREATIVE KHADIJA said...

Well done!

Maria said...

love the broken glass jello, its very artistic for food!Thanks for sharing this on my last Fabulous Friday Party
Stop by this friday for another party
Maria