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Pimm’s Jellies

1 MIN READ • 8th August 2022
Georgia May-Collings by Georgia May-Collings

A great light but summery pudding with an added kick thanks to the Pimm’s

Serves: 4
Preparation time: 5 minutes plus 6 hours chilling
Cooking time: 5 minutes
Recipe from: Berry World

  • Ingredients

    200ml Pimm’s


  • 600ml lemonade


  • 5 ½ sheets gelatine


  • 4 strawberries, cut to bite size pieces


  • 8 small raspberries


  • 4 segments of orange, skin and membranes removed and cut to bite size pieces


  • softly whipped double cream and thin slices of cucumber to serve

Method:
Pour the Pimm’s into the lemonade and put ¾ of the liquid in a bowl and soak the gelatine leaves.

Put the remaining liquid into a small pan and heat to a simmer. Remove from the heat, squeeze the excess liquid from the soft gelatine and drop it into the hot mixture. Whisk vigorously until the gelatine has dissolved.

Pour the gelatine liquid into the bowl and stir well. Refrigerate for two hours until it starts to thicken then stir in the fruit.

Pour the semi set jelly into 4 bowls or glasses and return to the fridge for three to four hours until set.

Serve with softly whipped double cream and decorate with a thin slice of cucumber.

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