Sunday, 8 January 2023
Saturday, 7 January 2023
A - for boiling
8g orange rind
B - agar agar paste
3g agar-agar powder, about 1 tsp
70g raw sugar
C - cooling the jelly water
250g drinking water, room temperature
140 ~ 150g orange pulps
2. As we will be using the orange peel for flavour, so it is advisable to clean it thoroughly using Fruit & Vegetable Wash.
3. Separate the orange pulp into segments.
4. When A starts to boil, pour B from Step 1 into the boiling mixture. Stir till all the agar-agar granules have dissolved.
I have discovered the Hσɳɠ Mҽι Rҽɳ 红美人 mandarin oranges 🍊 in Fairprice supermarket. They have easy-to-peel thin skin, sweet and juicy pulps, less fibrous, and seedless. Besides consuming them as fruits, they’re suitable for making into jellies and sorbets 🍧
I took one 红美人 mandarin orange, and made into 4 cups of vitamin A & C-rich, low-calorie, and refreshing jellies using all natural ingredients.
|The mandarin oranges can be found in fresh fruit|
section of Fairprice supermarket
|Super thin orange membrane & and plump juicy pulps|