Tuesday, June 12, 2012

Passion fruit and Cape Gooseberry Agar Agar Jelly for Sweet New Zealand




I used more or less the same recipe as for the pineapple agar agar: 500 ml of water for one tsp of agar agar, then instead of Fresh As pineapple powder I used their Passion Fruit powder, one and a half tbsp of it, and two tbsp of sugar (since the passion fruit powder is more sour than the pineapple powder).
I still have Cape gooseberries in the garden, I picked a few and cut them into two, them place then in the jelly cups before pouring in the hot agar agar. 


It was a beautiful dessert, so I am entering it to this month edition of Sweet New Zealand, hosted by Shirleen of Sugar and Spice.
Photos and Recipes by Alessandra Zecchini ©

17 comments:

  1. Che delizia invitante!Buona giornata,carina!

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  2. That looks so light, refreshing and colourful! But I think I'll save it for summer!!!

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    1. Cold at the moment ehh!! But I am not a fan of warm puddings, I can eat ice cream even in winter!

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  3. è il colore che mi ispira... :)

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    1. Infatti mi ha sorpreso, non me lo aspettavo cosi arancione, immagino che la polvere sia un concentrato di polpa e semi, e quindi il colore sia dovuto a quello. Tutto naturale comunque :-).

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  4. this looks delicious and sounds so refreshing and lovely - good luck with the entry!
    Mary x

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    1. It is not for winning Mary, just for fun and to share recipes and meet new Kiwi bloggers. Thank you anyway!

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  5. This looks so tasty...I'd love to try some!! :-)

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  6. Devo proprio decidermi ad usare l'agar agar......fai delle cose bellissime!

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    1. Penso che sia molto anche più facile che usare la gelatina :-).

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  7. love passion fruit look amazing!

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  8. Lovely colours! Gorgeous Sweet NZ entry Alessandra :)

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  9. Did you enter a recipe already?

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  10. è bellissimo ed ha anche un colore che mi piace molto....i tuoi docetti sono sempre stuzzichevoli Ale :)

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