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Orange Gelatin with Tangerine

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To make a natural fruit jelly, take advantage of this recipe for bicolor orange and mandarin jelly. In addition to being a practical and very colorful dessert, with this step by step you will also know how to make a milk jelly. Don't miss out on trying this dessert without an oven, whose combination of water gelatin with milk gelatin and mandarin orange segments in syrup is delicious.
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Ingredients

8 portions
  • 1 1/2 cups tangerine juice
  • 1 cup water
  • 3/4 cups refined sugar, 150 g
  • 28 grams gelatin, hydrated and melted
  • zest, tangerine
  • 1/2 cups cream cheese, 95 g
  • 1 cup milk, 245 g
  • 1 cup orange juice, 245 g
  • 1/4 cups condensed milk, 306 g
  • Orange zest
  • 28 grams gelatin, hydrated and melted
  • tangerine segment, to decorate

Preparation

For the mandarin jelly, heat the mandarin juice with the water, add the sugar and dissolve, add the zest and heat for 5 minutes; finally add the gelatin and reserve.
Pour a little of the mixture into the mold and refrigerate until set. Once set, place the mandarin segments and cover with the rest of the mandarin jelly. Refrigerate for 30 minutes or until set.
For the orange gelatin, blend the cream cheese, milk, orange juice, condensed milk, orange zest and add the gelatin in the form of a string.
In the same mold, pour the orange gelatin and refrigerate for 1 hour, until set. Garnish with mandarin orange wedges.

PRESENTATION

Garnish with mandarin orange wedges.

TIPS

Grease the mold before using it, so the gelatin doesn't stick. Refrigerate for a whole day so that the gelatin sets perfectly.

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Nutritional information

* Information per 100g serving, percent daily values based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Energy
126.7
kcal
6.34%
Carbohydrate, by difference
22.6
g
7.53%
Protein
1.5
g
3%
Total lipid (fat)
3.7
g
5.69%
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Ratings (1)
Maria Fernanda Misti Franco
25/04/2020 19:50:04
con que puedo engrasar en molde para evitar que se pegue la gelatina? cuando hago pasteles suelo usar margarina pero con esto no se que podría usar, es la primera vez que hare pasteles de gelatina

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