Monday, May 4, 2009

Crystal Marble Jelly




35 comments:

Anncoo said...

this looks sweet and pretty!

Anonymous said...

Wowww,so cute.is that agar-agar?

Jenny

agapejen said...

HI Happy Flour
The marble jelly is so beautiful. Can you share your recipe?
Agapejen

DG said...

This is very innovative, make the colourful jelly. Did you make the little bubble first, then set it later in the big tray?

Happy Flour said...

Hi Anncoo, Anonymous and Agapejen,

Thanks for all your nice words. This is make from gelatin and packets of jello.

Happy Flour said...

Hi DG,

Thanks for your compliment. I make all the colourful marbles first, then layer by layer arrange it into the clear jelly. Take me about an hour to complete. :)

FAMILY FIRST said...

OMG!!!! This looks absolutely cute!!! Please please please share the recipe can?

Kitchen Corner said...

Very happy color of the Jelly! I would feel happy to have this!

Somewhere in Singapore said...

Your jelly makes me 流口水, hehe...

Happy Flour said...

Hi Family First and Somewhere in Singapore,

Thanks for your kind words.

Happy Flour said...

Hi Kitchen Corner,

My family share the same view as you too. Brighten their day and mine too. :)

Elyn said...

Very pretty and cheerful!

quizzine said...

Hi,
This looks so cute! Bet my little boy would love it to the dot ;-)

Happy Flour said...

Hi Elyn and Quizzine,

Thanks for your nice words.

Anonymous said...

Hello Happy Flour

Can u share how u do this?
any recipe?

Eunice Quek

Happy Flour said...

Hi Eunice Quek,

Learn this from a baking class. So I will not post the recipe.

Yvonne said...

Which baking class did you attend? Can you give the details?
Thanks!

Happy Flour said...

Hi Yvonne,

I learned this from Aunty Yochana. However, now she don't conduct anymore class, she is too busy with her cake ordering.

Marble Counters said...

It looks really nice...:)

Patty said...

Gorgeous jelly! May I ask how you formed the gelatin balls? Did you use a melon baller?

Happy Flour said...

Hi Patty,

I used a round shaped ice cubes mould to make the jelly balls.

Anonymous said...

Hi Happy Flour,
I'm interested in your recipe for the Crystal Marble Jelly. Do you sell this recipe?
Pls reply to christanyl@gmail.com.
Thanks
Chris

Happy Flour said...

Sorry, I don't sell recipe. This is not my recipe. I just made a twist from the original recipe which I learned from a bakery class.

Chris said...

Where did you get your round shape ice cube mould?

Happy Flour said...

Hi Chris,

I get it from Sun Lik, I ever come across it at Daiso too.

Anonymous said...

May I ask if the clear base jelly is made from jello or agar agar powders? Can I place jelly balls in freezer to set it faster as need to make different colors in a short time. Pls advise, thanks!

Happy Flour said...

Hi Anonymous,

You just make the jelly balls a day in advance.

Anonymous said...

Thanks. How about the clear jelly that you pour on top of the jelly balls, are they also made of plain jello packs?

Happy Flour said...

It is not plain jello packs.

Natural said...

Hi,
How do u remove the jelly balls from the holder as it always break into half when I try to lift the top holder

Happy Flour said...

Hi Natural,

I used a knife to loosen the side of the ice cube box, then slowly open it. Wet ice cube box before pour in jelly.

Natural said...

Hi Happy Flour,
Thanks for it advice!

Anonymous said...

Hi Happy Flour,
May I ask how long do u set ur jelly before u open the lid? I set it for 2 hrs and open it, it still broke into half. Is my setting time too short? Pls advise. Thanks!

Happy Flour said...

Hi Anonymous,

Sorry for the late reply. I just let it set in the fridge for about 4hrs. Use a knife to loosen the edges of the egg ice cube tray first then slowly open it. Do not force open it, the jelly will break into half.

Anonymous said...

Is the clear jelly made from those konnyaku powder or gelatine powder with sugar?