Our walking buddy E., told us about this dessert but I don't know where she got it from. Anyhow, weigh 1lb of cooking apples AFTER removing skin and cores. Simmer in just enough water to cook. Add a small amount of sugar and stir it - you need to leave it slightly tart otherwise the end result may be too sweet. Mash or puree and leave to go cold.
When cold, make up a packet of jelly with only half the recommended amount of water. Below I am using a lemon jelly - not our favourite so far:
When set, use:
That's it for this week, have a lovely weekend.
This sounds dangerous like a refreshing dessert. I like cooking apples, but don't always want pie, sponge, or crumble with them. Thanks xReplyDelete
I used to make something similar instead of fruit I used a fruit you hurt , my kids loved it .ReplyDelete
I like the sound of that, light and refreshing instead of stodge.ReplyDelete
My mother used to make us apple jelly when I was a child in the 1970's. Raspberry jelly and apple was our favourite. Sadly my children don't like apple jelly so if I make one it's all for my husband and I :)ReplyDelete
We reckon it would work with other fruit puree as well.Delete
NOw that sounds really good - and a great alternative to all the other recipes when you have a glut of apples!ReplyDelete
That sounds and even looks tasty. We love jelly, and use several flavours to make up fruit jellies, i.e. mandarins and orange or tangerine jelly, pear with lime jelly (that's lovely) but this is a new take, as you cook the apples first.ReplyDelete
I'm going to try this for the kids this week, sounds great!ReplyDelete