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Red Berry Jelly
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Most of us make 'proper' jelly so rarely that we forget how easy it is and how amazing it tastes. This recipe produces a vibrant, glossy jelly you can't wait to plunge your spoon into.
A metal mould will not need dipping in hot water for as long as a ceramic or glass one. If the jelly won't budge, re-dip briefly and try again. If you don't have a jelly mould, use little glasses, in which case use only 4 sheets of gelatine as you won't need to produce such a firm set.
Typical values per serving:
This recipe was first published in May 2006.