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    Sungka Grandmaster reykjavik's Avatar
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    Recipe for broken glass jelly? What about crema de fruta?

    I tried searching on the net for a recipe for broken glass jelly but they don't sound like the Filipino style dessert that I like (one recipe says to mix lemon flavored jelly with pineapple juice). A lot of the recipes don't have enough feedback on it so I don't know if they're any good.

    I usually order it but the lady who makes them can't do it this time around! Anyway does anyone here have a tried and tested recipe for broken glass jelly. I want to make it for a party I'm having soon.

    Another option I'm considering is crema de fruta. I find jelly deserts really good because they're quite light but still delcious. If anyone can help I'd be really grateful. I might post a picture when I make them.

    Anyway thanks and hope you can help.

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    try this recipe for cathedral windows -http://slvrdlphn.multiply.com/recipes/item/27/Cathedral_Windows. I tried it and my kids and husband loved it.

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    Thanks for the link! I will try it hopefully by this weekend. I will post the results. Looking at the pic parang nagutom nanaman ako-and I just had dinner! Hehehe.

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    I did this recipe yesterday and kuha yung lasa pero yung creamy gelatine hindi nagbuo. I did the colored gelatine and my mom did the creamy gelatine. She says she followed the recipe so I don't know what went wrong. We used 2 packs ng Alsa unflavoured gelatine dahil walang Knox brand dito. Don't know kung mas concentrated ang Knox or what. When the recipe says "4-5 packets" it means yung maliit na packets di ba? So technically we should have had more than enough gelatine.

    Yung una naming kinain had only been in the fridge for about 5 hours. I know, I know, the recipe said overnight. The other one looks a bit more solid pero parang basa din. Ubusin muna namin yung batch na ito and back to the kitchen! Hehe...

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    Ganyan din yung first try ko. Like you, I thought I could substitute Knox with alsa pero unsuccessful din yung first attempt ko. Since Knox was not available here, I tried using the ferna brand for the creamy gellatin and the alsa for the other flavors, nun lang naging successful. Sorry if i forgot to include that you have to really use knox or ferna .

    I guess naghanap ako ng karamay na kailangan 2 beses gawin to have a perfect cathedral windows dessert

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    Quote Originally Posted by xnl3 View Post
    I guess naghanap ako ng karamay na kailangan 2 beses gawin to have a perfect cathedral windows dessert
    Okay lang. Masarap naman ang lasa kahit hindi solid yung jelly. I haven't seen Knox or Ferna brand in the supermarket dito (I'm in Australia) so I might have to search for it in Filipino stores or speciality cooking shops. I was a bit worried that Alsa didn't have enough gelatine in it because parang yung main ingredient was sugar! Pero alam ko na ngayon. Hopefully my next post will have better news.

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