TricolorJello Cubes are wonderfully easy anddelicious and perfect for Independence Day. This easy treat isgreat for parties and gatherings. This simple recipe makes a ton of jelly thatyou can cut into cubes or other shapes if you prefer. Enjoy!
Servings: 2 Persons
- 1 Cup Green Mango Juice
- 1 Cup Cold Milk
- 1 Cup Orange Juice
- 3 Tbsp of Sugar
- 3 Tbsp of Agar Agar Powder
Make The Green Jelly
Heata pan and add a cup of green mango juice. Now combine the agar agar powder andsugar on that. Stir them properly and boil for 1- 2mins.
Take a bowl and a glass as per your choice, brush some oil, and pour the mixture on that.
White Layer Preparation
Now again place a pan on flame and pour milk into it let it boil, add sugar, and wait until it dissolves. Now combine the agar agar powder on that. Stir them properly and boil for 1- 2 mins.
Once the green color is set, pour the white milk mix over the green jelly using a scoop.
Orange Layer Preparation
Now again place a pan on flame and pour orange juice into it let it boil, add sugar, and wait until it dissolves. Now combine the agar agar powder on that. Stir them properly and boil for 1- 2 mins.
Take it out and check. When it is solid in texture pour the third orange color layer and freeze the next few minutes.
Now, your tri-color dessert is ready! Serve cool with fruits or alone and enjoy.
• The most important thing is, we need to make each jelly separately as we don’t want to mix up the colours.
• Use steel or copper pots other metals can react with the acid in the fruit and leave a metallic taste.
• Sometimes fruit juice not alone is enough to balance the sweet. Add sugar wisely as per your taste. Check the sweetness of fruit before the cooking process will drain out some of the bitterness.
• The perfect time to add sugar is after boiling the mixture of water and agar-agar.
• Most important thing is to find the right time for layering. Check lightly touch the jelly (after 1- 2 minutes) with your finger, it should be lump but not wet and stick to your finger. This is the indication the existing layer is firm enough to hold the next layer.