DH's ex-colleague initiated a BBQ get-together. The gathering falls on a Saturday, which is also a busy weekend for us, so I decided to do something really simple. With kids in mind, jelly was the first thing that came to my mind. I'm sure they won't say no to jellies.
Since I ran out of Ribena and have a new bottle of rose syrup, I turned them into jellies.
I made them in small jelly moulds but unfortunately I've accidentally deleted the pictures while transferring them from the SD card to my harddisk. K asked for the recipe but it is a tedious process to text her via sms. So I made these again for DD3's birthday celebration in school, just so I can take a picture of it again and post it in my blog.
Bandung Konnyaku Jelly
I packet Konnyaku Jelly Powder (10g)
100 - 120 grams Caster Sugar
900 ml Water
120 ml Rose Syrup
some grass jelly, shredded
2 - 3 Tablespoon Evaporated Milk
- In a small bowl, mix konnayku powder and caster sugar together.
- In a medium pot, bring water to boil. Pour the konnyaku mixture into water gradually and stir till sugar dissolved.
- Turn off flame and keep stirring for about 5 mins, till the bubbles dissipates and the mixture becomes clear.
- When the mixture is slightly cooled, add rose syrup and stir well.
- Remove half portion of rose syrup mixture and pour into prepared mould.
- Add grass jelly into rose layer.
- Mix 2 - 3 tablespoon evaporated milk to remaining rose syrup mixture to make bandung.
- Pour bandung on top of rose layer.
- Leave to cool and chill in fridge before serving.
I'm a big kid.
So is my mom.
That's what my hubby says about us, jelly lovers. LOL.
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