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Elderflower jelly

  • Total Time

    15m
  • Serves

    6


This dessert is simplicity itself, top with gooseberries if liked, or add some grapes or summer fruits to the jelly too.

Method

  1. Place the cordial in a jug and top up to 600ml with the cold water.

  2. Soak the gelatine leaves in 4tbsp cold water for 5 minutes until softened. Heat 150ml of the elderflower cordial mixture in a small pan.

  3. Remove the gelatine leaves and add to the warm elderflower, stir until dissolved, then stir into the cold elderflower mixture. Pour into glasses and aloe to set in the fridge f or 3-4 hours.

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