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Sparkling Wine or Champagne Jelly

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Ingredients

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750 ml of Prosecco Jelly made of Sparkling Rosé looks splendid
10 leaves of Gelatin 17 g of powdered gelatin
to taste Sugar white
for decoration Berries It's delicious with strawberries
for decoration Nasturtium flowers When nasturtium is in season

Sparkling Wine or Champagne Jelly

Features:
  • Dairy-Free
  • Gluten-Free
  • 15 min
  • Serves 6
  • Easy

Ingredients

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The first time I tried champagne jelly was at my friend’s house during a visit. She has a large garden in which edible flowers grow. She put some nasturtium flowers and berries in each jelly. It was deliciously beautiful! Transparent jelly with an elegant champagne flavor, fresh berries and flowers were gorgeous! Since then, I had planned to make such a dessert, but somehow, champagne goes out quickly, so there is nothing left for cooking. Except for this year, I made this jelly, and it’s perfect! Try it!

Bon Appétit!

P.S. Here is a photo of jelly made in silicone molds. It has strawberries inside, plus air bubbles jelled on its surface.

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Steps

1
Done

Soak leaf gelatin in cold water as directed, usually for 5 minutes. In a small bowl, place the soaked gelatin and pour a little champagne, about 50 ml and heat it in the microwave or a kettle on the stove instead until the gelatin is melted but not over 70 degrees Celsius. If you use powdered gelatin, soak it immediately in a small amount of champagne.
Pour the melted gelatin in a thin stream into the remaining champagne and stir gently until the mixture is uniform.

2
Done

Place berries and (if available) flowers in glasses. Pour over the champagne gelatin mixture and place it in the fridge at once. In 4 hours, the dessert is ready.

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