Friday, 8 February 2013

Grape Jelly


Foods served in a simple way is not at all attracting kids now-a-days. So it becomes must for moms to discover new ways to make them eat their food. I think this is one of the main reason why moms are becoming very smarter now a days. Kids keeps us very active physically and mentally. :-)

Below mentioned recipe is one of my ways of attacking my daughter with fruits...esp grapes..ha ha.....










Ingredients:

Seedless Grapes - 1 cup
China grass - little
Sugar -1 tbsp
Vanilla extract

Making Method:

1. Soak China grass in warm water & keep it aside.

2. Beat the seedless grapes & sugar in the juicer or mixer nicely. Add 3 tbsp of water & beat it again nicely.

3. Filter the juice in a juice strainer and keep it aside.

4. Heat a heavy bottom pan & add the filtered grape juice to it.

5. Bring the juice to boil and then add the soaked China grass & its water.

6. Add vanilla essence & Keep stirring for 15 mins or until the juices thickens.

7. After 15 mins, remove it from the flame & allow it to cool.

8. Pour it in the mould or in a bowl and place it in the freezer for 30 mins.

9. Grape Jelly is ready. Unmould the jelly & serve chilled. Sure your kid will enjoy this grape jelly.


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18 comments:

  1. lovely looking & delicious....Good as a Valentine's day treat....
    Also,pl join with Event : Agar Agar Recipe Contest

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    1. Thanks Amy for reminding me about agar -agar event. I totally forgot that else would have linked it before itself.

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  2. sis , your kis so lucky to have a mom like you ......... jelly was awesome..........

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  3. lovely recipe and mouth watering.
    Ongoing event:
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    in my blog.

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    1. Thanks for your visit & lovely comment Shama.

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  4. A wonderful presentation for valentine's day. Yummy and delicious.

    today's recipe:
    http://sanolisrecipies.blogspot.in/2013/02/methi-paratha.html

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    1. Oh yes Meena....my valentines enjoyed it....

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  6. This looks so good Helen :) Really great way to use grapes! Love all your recipes.

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    1. Thanks Priya for reading all my recipes & lovely comments :-)

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  7. Flashy jelly. Love to see the purple heart for valentine :)

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