Watermelon jelly, a light dessert

Gelatin with fresh fruit

It makes a good stomach and refreshes us. A watermelon jelly for dessert? We must take advantage of the fact that we are in full season for this wonderful fruit.

As we know that it has a high water content, we are going to prepare a homemade jelly.

I put the amount of gelatin that I used. Of course, I recommend that you read the instructions of the gelatin that you are going to use to check how many grams or sheets you need

Here are the links to other recipes with watermelon: Watermelon frozen, Special watermelon popsicles for the little ones, Special watermelon cake in 5 minutes. The kids love them.

Watermelon jelly, a light dessert
The richest dessert this summer
Author
Kitchen: Modern
Recipe type: Dessert
Rations: 6
Preparation time: 
Cooking time: 
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Ingredients
  • 750 g watermelon, peeled and seeded
  • 2 tablespoons sugar
  • 1 little water
  • 15 g gelatin sheets of gelatin (The ratio of leaves to amount of liquid varies depending on the brand, so read the instructions)
Preparation
  1. We cut the watermelon. We are going to need only the pulp, without seeds.
  2. We put the pulp and sugar in a food processor or in the glass of a blender.
  3. We crush.
  4. Strain well to obtain more or less 700 g of juice.
  5. Soak the gelatin sheets in cold water to soften them.
  6. Drain them and dissolve them in a little hot water.
  7. Mix the gelatin with the watermelon juice.
  8. Pour the juice into the molds or cups and let it set in the fridge for a few hours.
Nutritional information per serving
Calories: 80

 


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  1.   manuelmac said

    I have made an identical recipe and the gelatin does not set.
    I have looked for the problem and they tell me that certain fruits, including watermelon, have enzymes that cancel the function of gelatin and that the solution is to boil the fruit to destroy the enzymes and then continue with the recipe.

    1.    Angela Villarejo said

      Thank you very much for the information Manuel! :)