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Osmanthus Jelly With Wolfberries Recipe (甜甜蜜蜜桂花糕)

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This is the last course rounding up my reunion dinner for this Chinese New Year. I’ve talked about the many benefits of #Wolfberries (枸杞子桂花糕) in my previous recipes so I won’t go into details. #Grypon Tea sent me a variety of herbs some time ago, and #Osmanthus (桂花) was one of them. The combination of the two wonder herbs makes this Osmanthus Jelly With Wolfberries (甜甜蜜蜜桂花糕) a delightful dessert, ending my dinner on a sweet note.

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Ingredients:
1 pkt of Konnyaku Jelly Powder
600ml Water
1 tsp Dried Osmanthus
1 tsp Wolfberries
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Method:
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  1. Soak Wolfberries till soft. Drain and set aside.
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  3. Heat water and mix #Konnyaku according to instructions on the box. Adjust water according to sweetness and texture preference; I used 600ml.
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  5. Make sure Konnyaku is well dissolved before you stir in herbs. Let it simmer for about 2 mins while stirring it continuously.
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  7. Fill the jelly moulds with mixture and let it cool before refrigerating.
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  9. Serve your scented Osmanthus Jelly With Wolfberries (甜甜蜜蜜桂花糕) chilled!

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30 comments:

  1. Very pretty and dainty jellies!

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  2. Looks very yummy and pretty jellies :)

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    1. Ann, I know u're also a huge fan of osmanthus :)

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  3. Hi Shirley! Interesting Konyaku jelly and I'm sure they taste yummy! We used to make Konyaku jelly frequently many years back... usually with longan... somehow they have been forgotten... your post reminded me that we have not been having this for years! .. Maybe I should make this soon!

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    1. Alvin, longan sounds like a good combi too! Glad this post ignited your memory....

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  4. Beautifully shaped jellies Shirley!

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  5. Wolf berries is said to be healthy. I always cook them in soup.

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    1. Agnes, love to add them in soup too!

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  6. Beautiful! I actually hate the taste of this sweet wolfberries in savoury soup. But when you put it in sweet stuff, it's completely different and i love it.

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    1. DS, it's very sweet & refreshing. You'll enjoy this dessert!

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  7. Hi Shirley, very pretty jelly. Look refreshing...love this! Can me few pieces please! LOL

    Have a nice week ahead.

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  8. yours is much prettier than mine, I have make them once

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    1. Kathy, thks dear! Hope yours turn out well next time....

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  9. Yum love these :D

    Cheers
    Choc Chip Uru

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  10. I like Osmanthus Jelly! U sure make it very presentable and appetising!

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    1. FC, awesome! Thks for your lovely note too!

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  11. Wolf berries are sold by the name goji berries here and I love the taste.Eating them in a jelly seem a great idea.What is Osmanthus, anyway?

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    1. Bal, the Chinese pronunciation for wolfberries is also goji. Osmanthus has an intense sweet fragrance which has been described as a blend of jasmine, gardenia & ripe apricots. I've also talked about Osmanthus before & u can click on the link above to read more.

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  12. Hi Shirley,
    These jellies are yummy!
    I have a friend use to make these jellies whenever we are having a get together. :)

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    1. Mui Mui, indeed! They're also very refreshing! Thks for sharing your thoughts here!

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  13. Pretty jelly...must be yummy as well

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    1. Pepper, just need to adjust the sweetness according to one's preference. ^_^

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  14. Very pretty n yummy. may I know if the konyaku jelly is the 120g type?

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    1. Thanks for popping by & sharing your sweet note, Sharon! I can't recall, but you can see the photo of the HollyFarms jelly above. You can easily find it in supermarkets or Phoon Huat.

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