Hartley's Mixed Berry Flavour Glitter Jelly, 100g
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The jam was such a hit that in 1874 he moved production to Bootle, near Liverpool, and using his expertise in fruit he began making marmalade and jelly too.It’s astonishingly simple to make, indeed not all that different from making regular jelly, but may require a little practise to get a convincing ‘jelly’ texture. Add some icing sugar to sweeten it and a little vanilla extract, then whip into stiff peaks and use instead of whipped cream.
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It all began in 1871 when William Pickles Hartley, a Lancashire green grocer, had a consignment of jam go missing. I just remember loving how the layer of custard got quite firm and we could pick it up and it was pink where it met the jelly. I used to live in the UK, and this recipe makes me nostalgic for ingredients I can't find easily in the US.We have a glitter jelly that is vegetarian but it does not set very well when I have tried it - wonder if it is the same as the british one?
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Hartley’s has launched a new mixed berry glitter jelly, combining fruit flavours with a shimmering edible glitter.I need the correct measurements with the oil as I don't want to end up having to eat a bowl of gloopy mess.