Osmanthus Jelly – Recipe

I love having snacks to go along with my tea and this is a delicious, fast and easy item which goes really well with Chinese tea. I’ve experimented with various recipes and after multiple tries, this works best for me. I paired it with Long Jing tea.

Hungry Bird’s Osmanthus Jelly
Makes about 30 – 35

Ingredients:
1 packet unsweetened Konnyaku Jelly Powder (I used Jim Willie brand)
190g Organic Coconut Sugar (or sweetener of your choice)
10g Dried Wolfberries
6g Dried Osmanthus Flowers
950ml Water

Method:

  1. Mix jelly powder and sugar and set aside.
  2. Place wolfberries and dried osmanthus flowers on a teapot. Add about 400ml of boiling water and leave to steep for at least 20minutes.
  3. In a pot over the stove, boil remaining water.
  4. Strain the water from the teapot into the pot of boiling water over the stove. Keep the residue for later.
  5. Add jelly powder and sugar mix into the pot and stir until entirely dissolved.
  6. Divide and place wolfberries and osmanthus flowers into the individual moulds.
  7. Fill up moulds with jelly solution.
  8. Chill in refrigerator for at least 30minutes until set.
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