Ribena Konnyaku Jelly
I packet Konnyaku Jelly Powder (10g)
150 grams Caster Sugar *
100ml Ribena blackcurrant juice cordial *
1 packet of Natadecoco
- 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 Ribena and stir well.
- Put pieces of natadecoco into prepared moulds, then pour the Konnyaku solution into the moulds.
- Leave to cool and chill in fridge before serving.
You may adjust the sugar/Ribena accordingly.
My kids will sure like these. The colour are so vibrant , thanks for sharing !
I wanted to make this for my dh... thinking it will be my very own recipe but you beat me to it. Still, urs looks nice. Will give ur recipe a try. and oh... I have been lurking around for quite some time :)
OH... they are soooo pretty looking. And I love Ribena!!!!
Yeah Konnyaku!! This is always my kids favorite. Great recipe with ribena :)
I am sure I will like this.
Hey blessed homemaker,
Thanks for sharing this recipe. Both ribena and konnyaku jelly are my kids' fav.
One thing i always fail is that my fruits always float up to the surface, creating a fruity bulge :O unlike yours, the nata de coco sit so nicely inside the jelly.
Can you share your secret with me?;) thanks a billion
May I help to answer Cupcake's question?
Ur konnyaku mixture could be too hot. Once I made manggo pudding (uses konnyaku too), and the first few that I filled up, the nata floated up and the last ones that I filled sank. I made 300 servings with a few batches and, that's why I found out.
I love the colour of this jelly.
Guess u're a jelly-holic..always make jellies... kakakaka.
Well, who doesn't love jellies??
I'm Wendy and I'm a jelly-holic
This is such a great idea! I love Ribena and I love all kinds of jello. I have to try this sometime...
This is my daughter's favourite. Sadly we can't find this powder here to make. We have used up all that we brought here :( Hope to go back again soon.
Tks wendy for the answer! I must try again when the jelly mixture is luke warm. Once I panicked when the saw the bottom almost setting. Guess got to keep practicing to perfect it.
I also added some "tadpoles" in the jelly. My JELLY MONSTERS walloped the 4 trays immediately aft I took out from the fridge!
Pearlyn, I hope your kids will enjoy them.
Arkerchi, thanks for lurking around and dropping me a note.
Honey boy/Lia/Mrs Multitasker, I guess we just can't go wrong with Ribena.
Angel, have a smooth delivery!
wendy, thanks for sharing your experience and I encountered the same problem too. You did 300 servings all in small moulds? Kudos to you! I did your mango pudding and gave up after filling just 3 trays! Too time consuming. I'm not a big fan of jellies/agar agar but DH and kids are.
MaryMoh, thanks for dropping by. Maybe you want to try it out with gelatin or even agar agar powder?
cupcake, I like the kiwi seeds too!
Hi BH, I had tried this out on Saturday, but I had put in too much water, so the jelly is too soft, but it tastes yummy, I will try again, thanks for the idea!
Thanks for trying out this recipe. I saw your entry, they look good.
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