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How to Make Red Grapes Agar Jelly ? Agar Jelly Grapes Recipe that Looks like Real Grapes

Updated on October 18, 2011

These agar made grapes not only look like real grapes, it tastes like one too! Any kid who sees it will want to grab a whole bunch of it ! It certainly is a great dessert to please the kids and impress the adults.

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Ingredients

½ packet agar or pectin

2 cups of grape juice or diluted Ribena

¼ cup sugar

Methods

1) In a pot, add agar into 1 cup of grape juice and with low heat, slowly bring the agar juice to boil.

2) Add sugar, and turn off the heat.

3) Add the second cup of grape juice, stir well, until the sugar completely dissolved.

4) Pour the agar mixture into a container with flat bottom to make a layer of jelly about 2 cm (1 inch) height.

5) Keep the agar mixture cool in the refrigerator.

6) When it is set, use a small scoop to make balls of jelly, that looks like real grapes.

7) Arrange the jelly grapes in a cluster of grapes.

8) Decorate with green leaves at one side of the jelly grapes.

Note : Pectin can be used to replace agar in this recipe. However, jelly or gelatine is not suitable since it is too sticky to scoop into ball shape.

What You May Need to Make the Grapes Agar Jelly


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    • Ingenira profile imageAUTHOR

      Ingenira 

      7 years ago

      Hope you'll like it, Injured lamb, have fun !

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      Injured lamb 

      7 years ago

      woohoo...your crystal clear agar grapes really salivating...thanks for the sharing, would try it for sure.

    • Ingenira profile imageAUTHOR

      Ingenira 

      7 years ago

      why not, stclairjack. Have fun !

    • stclairjack profile image

      Stclairjack 

      7 years ago from middle of freekin nowhere,... the sticks

      this was fascinating,... i'm going to be making mess's in my kitchen now, just playing with the concept! ha!

      thanks for this gem!

    • Ingenira profile imageAUTHOR

      Ingenira 

      7 years ago

      haha.. same here, Ddraigcoch. Adults can be tempted too.

    • Ddraigcoch profile image

      Emma 

      7 years ago from UK

      Never mind the children, I would love these. Will make them when I have some free time. Great hub and recipe.

    • Ingenira profile imageAUTHOR

      Ingenira 

      7 years ago

      Thanks, carrie. :) Appreciate your first to comment.

    • carriethomson profile image

      carriethomson 

      7 years ago from United Kingdom

      Wow this looks magnificent. The jelly in the pic does look like grapes; I didn’t know it’s not grapes until I read the hub! Excellent and a very creative way of serving a desert!

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