Thursday, November 4, 2010

Grape Gelatin

Here is my newest easy dish for dessert. Grape Gelatin. The only skill you need to have is boiling water skill - which is hardly any skill at all. :) The nice thing about this dish is that you can prepare it well long before the serving time to get it solid. So you don't need to frantically juggle between your main dish and this dessert.


  • A packet of unflavoured and uncoloured gelatin powder
  • Green grapes
  • Purple grapes
  • 125 gr of sugar (feel free to add more if you like sweet)
  • A few drops of booze (I used fruity German booze I got from Sheila)
  1. Boil 4 glasses of water (or read what the gelatin packet tells you)
  2. Add your gelatin powder and stir continuously to keep it from catching.
  3. When boiled, add the sugar and the booze.
  4. Keep stirring until all is well dissolved.
  5. Remove the pan from the heat and start working on your grapes.
  6. Wash and dry them clean and arrange them in icecream bowls or wine glasses.
  7. Pour the gelatin water into the glasses.
  8. Store in the refrigerator until they are hardened.
Voila. Your 5-minute dish is ready.

Tips: grapes can be replaced with other bright-coloured fruits like kiwis, strawberries or pineapple, or a mixture of everything.


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