I made some jelly today in strawberry and lemon flavours! The brand I used is a Singapore product called 'Tortally', and it tastes just right (not too sweet). Actually it is the only gelatin brand available in the supermarket, as opposed to Agar-agar and Konnyaku jelly which is more common here in Asia. The previous time I made jelly I wondered why it didn't set at room temperature (lol yes it's been a while since I've cooked desserts) as I got it confused with Agar-agar which does.
Before this blog turns into a food blog, here is a print I have listed on Etsy, entitled 'Watermelon Eleanor'. It is an early ACEO I sold on Ebay (#20). The name came about as I was hunting for a title and 'Eleanor Rigby' by the Beatles came to mind. It will be a limited edition run of 50. Check out the item here: Watermelon Eleanor
nothing wrong with food blogging, especially if it gets accompanied by nice pictures like that one!
I agree with tizzalicious plus it tells us a bit about what you've been up to. I love jellies but I really hate the thick jellies that are suitable for vegatarians. I love the birdseye trifle as the jelly is really thin and not so sickly... http://www.britishfoodshop.com/shopexd.asp?id=19
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