Good Eats Pate De Fruits
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Today, we’re gonna share a Good Eats recipe you can have at home with only 3 ingredients.
Pate de fruits is a jelly traditionally made with pectin and puree. Normally, the pectin is boiled with the puree and sugar to about 107 degree c to activate.
In this recipe, we’re using gelatin instead of pectin. It’s quite easy to make.
In fact, we were trying to make gummy but we made this jelly candy accidentally but we kind of like it and want to share with you.
Let’s see some of the failed one here. The amount of gelatin is not enough and failed to form in solid.
Good Eats Pate De Fruits Recipe
raspberry puree: 200g
lemon juice: 6g
First of all, we have to align the baking paper on the tray. You should always ready all of the stuff before making a move in cooking.
Then, we measure the puree and sugar in the sauce pan. If we’re using pectin, the pectin should combine with the sugar or they’ll form lumps.
Furthermore, we measure the gelatin by soaking them into cold water bath. The cold water bath activate the gelatin and prevent it from melting.
Moreover, we turn on the stove to medium heat to melt the sugar and puree.
After the puree and sugar are melted, we add in the lemon juice to intensify the flavor.
Lastly, we melt the gelatin in the puree mixture and mix well. Pour the hot mixture in the tray and cool in the fridge for at least 3 hours.
There you go, a gelatin version of Pate de fruits with our good eats recipe.
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