Wild strawberries or raspberrys jelly

Wild strawberries or raspberrys jelly

Ingredients
Raspberries or wild strawberries 17, 14 sugar, gelatin 3, citric acid 0.1.

Raspberries or wild strawberries sort and rinse in water. At the same time prepare the sugar-gelatin syrup to dip it in prepared berries, bring to boil, remove from heat and then infuse the syrup for 12-15 minutes. The finished mixture is filtered.
To improve the taste to the mixture before cooling, you can add citric acid.

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13 Comments Add yours

  1. Can't even remember the last time I had jelly because I cannot eat fruit! Womp Womp!

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  2. It is a pity that you can not eat fruit 😦

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  3. I saw a watermelon jelly recipe today. I've never tried that or raspberry. I normally go for grape or strawberry but this sounds good.

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  4. The Oracle says:

    I go for bones the raspberry and strawberry jelly maybe even mix them up

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  5. Paola Cioppi says:

    I love berry jellies, they are so tasty and yummy!

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  6. Candace Kage says:

    It is all about the strawberries around here right now. Next month or so raspberry time.

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  7. I think a mix of raspberry and strawberry would be yummy too! Especially, since I don't really like raspberries alone.

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  8. I dont think it's very hard to go wrong with Strawberries! We love strawberries and they so healthy!

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  9. GG says:

    I love real fruit jellies, so summery. GG

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  10. Yum! I love homemade jelly. Strawberry is my favorite!
    Kari
    http://www.sweetteasweetie.com

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  11. I love making my homemade jelly/jams. Thanks for sharing this simple recipe.

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  12. Ninz says:

    Such a cool idea. It sounds fun to be able to make your own jelly. Thanks for sharing!
    Ninz

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