If you have prepared a solid portion of the berry crop in the freezer and I don’t know how to manage him, then we have a great idea – cook the jelly. Depending on the desired density, the jelly can act as a cold dessert and a beverage, and its taste can be varied by combining a variety of fruits. How to cook jelly from frozen berries we describe in the following recipes.
Recipe of jelly from frozen berries with starch
The basic thickener for jellies is starch, the granules of which swell well without adding the dish a grainy texture.
- assorted frozen berries — 310 g;
- starch — 40 g;
- sugar — 165 g
Before you prepare the jelly from frozen fruit, the fruit should be defrosted, and then wipe clean. The resulting meal is put in a selected bowl and pour a couple of litres of water. Put all on the fire and cook for about 10 minutes after boiling. Strain the broth and return it to the fire. Sprinkle in sugar and allow the crystals to completely dissolve. Berry juice use for cultivation of starch. Start gradually pour the solution to the contents of the pan, stirring constantly certainly. Unlike flour, starch, prolonged cooking, won’t thicken, but on the contrary, the drink becomes even more liquid, and therefore cooking jelly should be no more than a minute, after you remove it from the heat.
Thick homemade jelly from frozen berries
- frozen berries — 330 g;
- sugar 145 g;
- starch — 80 g.
Frozen berries pour in 1.8 litres of boiling water and place on the burner. Add sugar, wait until the crystals completely dissolved, after cook another 10 minutes. As time passes, strain the drink and RUB the berries. Meal throw away. In a glass of cold water dissolve the starch and add the solution to a berry broth. Allow the jelly to boil for about a minute and then remove from heat.
How to cook jelly from frozen berries?
- frozen cherries — 430 g;
- sugar — 175 g;
- starch — 35 g
Bringing 1.7 liters of water to a boil, add sugar to it and wait for it to dissolve. Add the syrup to the berries, simmer for 10 minutes. Catch the berries, dissolve in the remaining water and pour the starch solution to the liquid on the stove while constantly stirring. The finished pudding cool before serving.